Explore the Hyundai Creta N Line N8 Through Images

Explore the Hyundai Creta N Line N8 Through Images

Hyundai introduced the Creta N Line in March 2024, marking a sportier iteration of the facelifted Creta. Exclusive to this type is a turbo-petrol engine, which sets it apart with distinctive design alterations. It is available in two versions: the base N8 and the higher-end N10. For those considering the N8, here's a closer look at eight detailed images

Front View

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Creta N Line N8

The front of the Creta N Line sets itself apart from the standard Creta. Notable changes include a differently positioned Hyundai logo and a larger, redesigned bumper adorned with subtle red inserts. While it retains the regular Creta's headlamps and connected LED DRLs, these elements complement its unique front design.

Side Profile

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Creta N Line N8 Side View

The silhouette mirrors that of the standard Creta, yet it boasts distinct 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, a sportier rear spoiler, and a decorative long red strip below the door cladding to enhance its athletic appeal. Notably, the alloy wheels are detailed with red brake calipers and display N Line badging.

Rear Design

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Creta N Line N8 Rear View

The rear upper section remains unchanged from the standard Creta, except for the addition of the spoiler. The lower section features a redesigned bumper with red accents and dual-exhaust tips, which are purely decorative and do not enhance the exhaust sound as found in other N Line models in India.


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Creta N Line N8 Interior

Inside the Creta N Line N8, the cabin is themed in all-black, with red accents highlighting the dashboard around the screen setup and a gloss black panel with a red strip near the passenger-side AC vent. The sportier Creta features a distinct steering wheel with N Line badging, as well as sporty seats upholstered in black leatherette with N Line embossing and contrast red stitching.

Key Features

The N8 variant comes equipped with an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a color TFT instrument cluster, dual-zone climate control, a wireless phone charger, cruise control, an electronic parking brake, and a panoramic sunroof. Safety features include six airbags, ABS with EBD, ESC, VSM, hill hold assist, TPMS, all-wheel disc brakes, and a rearview camera. However, it lacks the dual 10.25-inch displays, ventilated seats, premium Bose sound system, dual camera dash cam, and ADAS found in the N10 variant.

Powertrain Specifications

The Creta N Line is powered by the regular Creta’s 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine, delivering 160 PS and 253 Nm. Available transmission options for the N8 include both a 6-speed manual and a 7-speed DCT.

Pricing and Competition

The ex-showroom prices are:

  • Creta N Line N8 Manual: Rs 16.82 lakh
  • Creta N Line N10 Manual: Rs 19.34 lakh
  • Creta N Line N8 DCT: Rs 18.32 lakh
  • Creta N Line N10 DCT: Rs 20.30 lakh

The N8 is significantly more affordable than the N10, saving buyers over Rs 2.5 lakh for the manual version. This price difference accounts for the enhanced infotainment and safety features available in the top-spec variant.

Market Positioning

The Hyundai Creta N Line competes against the GTX+ and X-Line variants of the Kia Seltos and offers a sportier alternative to the Volkswagen Taigun, Skoda Kushaq, and MG Astor.