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Hyundai launches the new Venue N-Line in India

Just two months after the launch of the 2022-version of the Venue, Hyundai has launched the compact SUV’s N-Line models in India. The new Venue N-Line sits above the Venue’s standard model, and it comes with sportier design changes and a few mechanical updates. The N-Line model has been launched in two variants: the N6 and the N8, at a starting price of INR 12.16 lakh. 

What’s new?

Design and features

The N-Line models are the sportier iteration of the recently launched Venue facelift models. The N-Line version’s front fascia gets a wider parametric grille with revised jewel-like elements and the N-Line badging. The new SUV gets revised front and rear bumpers, a dual-tip exhaust, a sporty tailgate spoiler, and a new set of 16-inch alloy wheels with the N-logo. Furthermore, the new SUV gets red accents throughout the lower section of the exterior.

The N-Line model’s layout remains the same as the standard models’; however, the new SUV gets an all-black interior with red inserts here and there. The dashboard features a new three-spoke, leather-wrapped steering wheel with the N-logo, and the SUV is equipped with an 8-inch infotainment system.

The seats are leather upholstered with red stitching and an embedded N-logo. Among the seats, the driver seat comes with a four-way height adjustable feature and all seats get adjustable headrests. Only the N8 variant comes with a two-step rear reclining-seat feature and 60:40 split rear seats.


Engine

The new N-Line model gets the same powertrain as the outgoing Venue facelift models. Powering the SUV is a 1.0-litre Kappa turbo-petrol engine that is capable of generating a power  of 118 hp and a torque of 172 Nm. Unlike in the regular models, the N-Line model’s engine is mated to a seven-speed DCT.

Engine1.0-litre, Kappa,
turbocharged, GDi
Fuel typePetrol
Displacement998 cc
Power (hp)118
Torque (Nm)172 
Transmission7-speed DCT
Fuel tank capacity (L)45 
Seating capacity5
Wheelbase (mm)2500 

Hyundai Venue N-Line price in India

The N-Line model has been launched in two variants: the N6 and the N8, at a starting price of INR 12.16 lakh, and it goes up to INR 13.15 lakh.

Hyundai Venue modelsPrice in India
N-Line N6INR 12.16 lakh
N-Line N8INR 13.15 lakh

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