Hyundai Venue N- Line To Get Two Variants, N line To Grasp Brezza’s Market

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While the recent launch of Hyundai Venue had us in Awe , Hyundai is gearing up again to launch the sporty N line version of the Compact SUV. A Test mule of the car was also spotted testing earlier in March and according to updates by Autocar Magazine the new N line version of the car would be offered in two variants.

Performance Specifications

Just Like the Hyundai I20 N line both the Hyundai Venue would be offered in two variants as well N6 and N8.both the variants would be powered by the same 120hp, 1.0-litre, three-cylinder turbo-petrol engine that’s also offered on the Venue facelift. Unlike the i20 N Line, which gets also an iMT gearbox option, the Venue N-line will only be offered with a sole 7-speed DCT automatic transmission.

Cosmetic changes to The Car

The car is also supposed to get a myriad of cosmetic changes which would help the car stand apart from the normal Venue. The car would get N emblem on the front fender as well as the side fenders of the car . there would be red inserts on the spoiler in the front plus sporty side skirts to bring in a more aggressive stance.

Interior Features

On the interior its possible that the Hyundai Venue n Line might have an all black interior with red inserts and N badging all the interior would be equipped as much as on the top model Hyundai Venue with updated 8-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, connected car tech, ambient lighting, powered driver’s seat, LED projector and cornering headlamps with DRLs, integrated air purifier, voice commands, and a Bose audio system. However, the entry-level Venue N Line N6, which is likely to get halogen headlamps, may miss out on voice commands, ambient lighting and air purifier, among others.  On he safety front the car would get 6 airbags on the top variants and 2 on the lower ones.

With the pricing of the new Brezza revealing it to be a pricey affair now it might be possible that if Hyundai paces their car right at the right price they just might grab the sales of the Suzuki Brezza ZXI+ and Dual Tine Variants.

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