Hyundai confirms new N Line model is in the works, likely to be location-based


With the i20 N Line receiving a positive response, Hyundai is looking to bring more models in the future and this year it will likely be the Venue N Line which will hit showrooms soon.

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The Hyunda Venue facelift will get the N Line treatment for a substantial price premium

Hyundai Motor India is gearing up to introduce its second N Line model in the country this year, the automaker recently confirmed. The new N Line model is expected to arrive around August this year and it will join the i20 N Line which went on sale in India in 2021. The N Line range is basically the performance oriented version based on the existing cars and brings cosmetic improvements and subtle mechanical tweaks aimed at helping the model drive better. With the i20 N Line receiving a positive response, the company is looking to bring more models in the future and this year it will likely be the Venue N Line which will hit showrooms soon.

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The Venue N Line will be based on the premium turbo petrol variant of the subcompact SUV

TUSEN understands that the Hyundai Venue N Line will be the next model under the performance name. The Venue facelift was recently launched and also benefits from a host of both cosmetic and functional upgrades. Bringing in an N Line version seems like a natural extension of that plan, while further capitalizing on the popularity of SUVs. The Venue in its standard avatar rides well and would drive even better with subtle tweaks.

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Although details are scarce, we do know that the Venue N Line variant will benefit from the cosmetic changes brought by the facelift. Meanwhile, power will come from the 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine tuned for 118bhp and 172Nm of peak torque. The engine will be offered with a 7-speed DCT automatic transmission and a 6-speed iMT unit. The N-Line variant will likely only be offered with the turbo petrol option, meaning the naturally aspirated 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel will not be offered with the N Line badge. .

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Just like the Hyundai i20 N Line, the Venue N Line will get cosmetic changes and stiffer suspension

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Expect to see the blue and orange paint scheme with black highlights on the new Venue N Line. The cabin will get an all-black treatment compared to the facelift’s two-tone upholstery. The seats will also feature red contrasting double stitching and piping. Other sporty elements inside the cabin will include a new leather-wrapped steering wheel, an N-inspired shift knob and aluminum pedals. The SUV is also expected to get recalibrated steering geometry for better feedback and a stiffer suspension setup. More details will be available in the coming weeks.

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