Hyundai has earned a place in the Motorsport world, particularly in the dirt rally segment, as well as with its racing background, making it appropriate to offer its consumers the ‘N-line’ and experience some sporty adrenaline packed pleasure.
Although this is the second ‘N-Line’ offered to the Indian market, it demonstrates that Hyundai is ready to set us off with a diverse hierarchy of sport versions based on the regular models. Most of the ‘N-line’s have received great applause from the European market, and now it appears to be the time for a more mature India to experience the Hyundai ‘N-Line’.
Looking at the Venue ‘N-line’ it definitely stands to be sportier than its normal version with the Bodywork looking firm and solid , the ‘X’ or cross pattern grille with the receding feather chrome bits which look exquisite & makes up for a grand entry , the designated ‘N-Line’ Badge on the grille as well the DRLs make for the upper styling factor.
Added external Red Dash accents can be seen on the brake calipers, roof rails, bumpers, wheel well and doors. You can see more ‘N line’ badges at the lower side of the ‘A’ pillar on over side body panels & on the rear bumper along with distinctive digital retroish taillights and the central bar that connects these taillight ,
R16 Diamond Cut Alloys with a N line exclusive design and Red calipers on the brake rotors & to Top it all off there is a small rear spoiler and N line styled dual exhaust.
The interior of the N Line is all black with athletic red inlays. It will have an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and 60+ BlueLink connected car features, Alexa support BlueLink connectivity, a dashcam with a dual camera, drive modes (Eco, Normal, and Sport), all four disc brakes, a mode biased digital instrument cluster changes theme and colour with change in modes , an electric sunroof, and other goodies.
The SUV will also be including all-wheel disc brakes, a confident driving posture with a big digital instrument cluster, and distinctive ‘N-Line’ emblems on the seats and steering wheel. It feels a little slow to respond in both steering and DCT gear box ,Cabin quality – Ergonomics that are well thought out, best-in-class quality and fit/finish
At slow speeds, the occupants may notice uneven road edges/broken surfaces , but the metal foot pedals, red accented interior, paddle shifters and mode selector knob makes it better to be in the driving position.
The 2022 Hyundai Venue N-Line is powered by a 1.0-litre, three-cylinder turbo-petrol engine that produces 118bhp and 172Nm of torque. This motor is only used in conjunction with a seven-speed DCT unit, Unlike its sibling the i20 N Line, the Venue N Line gets paddle shifters but does not get the option of a 6-speed iMT.
The Hyundai Venue N-Line comes in two models: N6 and N8 N-Line is available in two monochromatic colours: Polar White and Shadow Grey, as well as three dual-tone colours: Polar White with Phantom Black roof, Shadow Grey with Phantom Black roof, and Thunder Blue with Shadow Black roof.
Over all the stance , its style, cabin presence & engine with a performance infused blood line make this an absolute Car for any get away.
Prices based on variants :
|Venue N-line N6 DCT||₹ 12.16 Lakh||998 cc, Petrol, Automatic (DCT), 118 bhp|
|Venue N-line N6 DCT Dual tone||₹ 12.31 Lakh||998 cc, Petrol, Automatic (DCT), 118 bhp|
|Venue N-line N8 DCT||₹ 13.15 Lakh||998 cc, Petrol, Automatic (DCT), 118 bhp|
|Venue N-line N8 DCT Dual tone||₹ 13.30 Lakh||998 cc, Petrol, Automatic (DCT), 118 bhp|