Hyundai has been known as a trend-starter in segments that it puts its hands into. The brand either brings multiple features or unique engine & transmission combinations that force other brands to follow suit. Now, there is another opportunity for the brand in the country where it can shine. The brand has its N Line variants in foreign markets. These variants come inspired by the brand’s performance-focused series of N cars and look every bit sporty. With only a few brands having special sporty variants of their products, Hyundai can use the early-mover advantage and give competition to the products in this uncrowded space. Today’s article will deal with some upcoming Hyundai N Line cars that the brand can use to create a bigger impact in the car market.

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Note: This article is a representation of what we think Hyundai could do to initiate its N Line portfolio in India. We in no way mean that these cars will surely make it to the country.

Hyundai Creta

Hyundai Creta could be a possibility since its toughest competition, the Kia Seltos gets a GT Line variant. The Hyundai Creta, already being a successful car can further benefit from the special variant, which will surely attract customers due to the styling which N Line products generally receive. Unique alloy wheels, sporty bumpers & front grille, N badging across the vehicle and special stitching in the cabin could be some of the key elements on the N Line Creta.

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Hyundai Grand i10 Nios

Hyundai Grand i10 Nios has been one of the most successful products from the brand in recent times. Except on a few occasions, the car has brought 10,000+ buyers for the Korean brand every single month. Looking at the craze of this car, Hyundai might very utilize this opportunity to bring a Grand i10 Nios N Line variant. Muscular front & rear bumpers, sporty alloys and front grille could be some of the additions. The car might also get special accents in the interiors to give the driver a sporty ambience.

Hyundai i20

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Hyundai i20 N Line has spotted testing in the country on a few occasions hinting that the brand could actually be planning it for India. The car gets N inspired design cues which make it completely stand out from the regular i20s available in the market today. The car if launched in India is expected to come with a re-tuned turbo petrol engine that will make a bit more power for the customers to enjoy. We have written a separate article on the Hyundai i20 N Line. You can read it by clicking the link below.

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Hyundai Verna

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Hyundai Verna has to be one of the sportiest sedans in its segment. The car already gets some styling design cues which make it completely stand out from the crowd. Looking at the already stylish appeal, Verna could be one of the cars that could get the N Line treatment. Sporty side skirts & spoiler, stylish bumpers, unique alloys & front grille and red brake calipers could be some of the additions. Other than this, Hyundai might modify the suspension setup to make it more fun to drive.

Hyundai Venue

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Hyundai Venue has to be on this list. Hyundai Venue’s sister car, the Kia Sonet gets the special GT Line variant which gives it a unique appeal. Hyundai could use its N Line variant for the Venue as well which will surely attract prospective buyers of the Sonet GT Line. The Venue could come with stylish interiors, sporty seats, special accents, N Line badging and a special N Line steering wheel. The car might also be given a unique colour scheme in order to make it stand out from the lot.

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