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Hyundai Creta N-line has been digitally rendered by KDesign

Hyundai Creta has been an out-and-out winner in terms of sales performance for the South Korean brand. The popularity of the SUV has been skyrocketing even today after being in the market for more than six years. It has been rendered in several fascinating forms by multiple digital artists. The most recent that we have come across is a Hyundai Creta N-line which has been an art work of KDesign. The Creta N-line appears surreal to say the least, and if it enters production one day, it will create a new segment while taking its legacy to a whole new level.

Going by the rendered images, the high-performance Hyndai Creta N-line is entirely different from the standard model of the SUV. The horizontal front grille of the regular model goes for a toss in favour of a black finished honeycomb grille. Though, the central air intakes positioned under the bumper have been retained from the original SUV. The headlamps have been fitted with new bi-LED projector beams with blue lights. The DRLs find place above the main headlamp cluster as opposed to the standard model where they are at the periphery. The side profile too is more aggressive with sharper creases and character lines. The rear end boasts of subtle updates in the form of a sleek strip of LED at the middle of the tailgate.


Hyundai Creta N-line has been rendered in a dual-tone shade with black roof. The artist has given prominence to red accents at several places such as front bumper, brake calipers, side body cladding and rear diffuser. Not only the cosmetic updates, but the Creta N-line will certainly come with performance upgrades in the form of a more powerful engine than the current range of powertrains. Hyundai has introduced several N-line models in recent days like the i20 and i30. There has been no word from Hyundai if it will ever introduce a performance-oriented version of the Creta in global markets or even in India but we seriously wish that it makes it to production and arrives in markets.


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