Recently the facelifted version of Hyundai Venue has been spotted testing in India. However, the model caught on camera belongs to the N-line version which is aligned with the speculation that Hyundai has been involved in developing the model for the Indian market.
The spotted model has an N-Line badge on its fender and the sporty credential of the model are accentuated by the red accents that are visible on the lower down the front bumper and rear bumper. In addition, these accents are also spotted on the roof rails and front brake calipers of the SUV. Moreover, the new design of alloy wheels and dual-tip exhaust further confirm that the model belongs to N-Line and is being readied for the launch.
In terms of style and design, N-Line will feature the revised headlamp assembly, parametric grill, and reprofiled front and rear bumpers. The taillights have also become sleeker to infuse an extra dose of dynamism and sportiness into the SUV.
Inside the cabin, the overall layout and design will remain same although Hyundai will introduce a new color scheme and upholstery for the N-Line version. We expect the SUV to have all-black interiors with red accents and N logos inscribed in the cabin.
Hyundai Venue N-Line version will get a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine capable of putting out 120bhp of max power. The transmission options will include 7-speed DCT and 6-speed iMT unit. The standard model of Hyundai Venue, on the other hand, will continue to come with a 1.2-litre petrol engine and 1.5-litre diesel motor.
There is no official confirmation about the launch of Venue N-Line in the Indian market. However, it can be safely assumed that the launch is likely to happen after the entry of the facelift version of Hyundai Venue in the Indian market later this year. It will be interesting to witness the price of the N-Line version of Hyundai Venue and it’s expected that N-Line will be priced at a premium over the standard range of Venue SUV.