Hyundai has garnered a lot of praise and a decent customer base with the i20 N-Line. The Korean carmaker might expand its N-Line lineup of cars with the new Venue N-Line. The Hyundai Venue N-Line was recently spied doing trial runs in a camouflaged avatar on the roads of South Korea, which suggest that the model might make its way to the Indian shores as well.
While the test mules of the Hyundai Venue N-Line spied by AutoSpy were heavily camouflaged, it is safe to say that this version of the Venue will come with all those visual changes that the Venue facelift is going to come with. However, as understood, several N-Line design elements will help this version look visually different from the regular version of the sub-compact SUV.
In the test mules, it can be seen that the Venue N-Line will come with an N-Line badge on the front fender, along with red accents on the lower front bumper, rear bumper, roof rails and front brake callipers. These are some visual differentiators which also are present in the Hyundai i20 N-Line available in India. The Hyundai Venue N-Line was also spotted with a new design for the 16-inch machined alloy wheels and also has a dual exhaust port setup at the back.
Various other styling highlights
Apart from these visual differentiators, the new Hyundai Venue N-Line will also get all the aesthetic changes that are supposed to make their debut in the facelifted version of the standard Venue.
The sub-compact SUV is expected to come with a redesigned front fascia with a parametric design for the grille, sharper LED headlamps with revised daytime running LEDs, sleeker LED tail lamps and re-profiled front and rear bumpers.
On the inside, the new Venue is expected to retain the cabin layout, albeit with a couple of feature additions like ventilated front seats and a revised instrument console. The N-Line version of the SUV is expected to get an all-black interior with red accents and ‘N-Line’ logos at places.
Like the i20 N-Line, the new Hyundai Venue N-Line will be available solely with a 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine with two transmission choices of 6-speed iMT and 7-speed DCT. Though, the power and torque outputs are expected to remain the same at 120 PS and 172 Nm respectively. It is safe to say that the Venue N-Line might be launched in India after Hyundai brings the facelifted Venue to the Indian shores.