2022 Hyundai Venue N-Line Booking Commenced.

The Venue N-Line bookings are started and it will get similar changes to the I20 N-Line.

Hyundai Venue N-LIne

Hyundai is all set to launch its new performance-centric car in the Indian market, Hyundai Venue N-Line. The bookings are commenced with a token amount of Rs 21,000 via visiting any dealership or online. The new trim will be added to the range on 6th September, and simultaneously go on sale.

Another addition of the new N-Line variant in the lineup shows the positive interest of the market. Hence, the Venue is getting a performance upgrade, with the second N-Line product, more fun in the driving will be added for a sporty drive. Unsoo Kim, MD & CEO, Hyundai Motor has also confirmed the news of positive response for the i20 N-Line.

What will be the changes in the Venue N-Line?

For sure, the Venue N-Line will get a sporty colour theme with red accents and some modified decals. The additions include – a dark-coloured front grille with an N-Line badge, and red inserts on the diffuser, bumper, fender, and roof rails. More it includes diamond-cut 16-inch alloy wheels with N-Line branding. The rear gets a sporty top spoiler, N-Line badging, and red inserts on the lower section of the bumper.

Hyundai Venue N-Line

The same sportiness is continued to the cabin as well, the blacked-out theme with sporty stitched seats and N-Line branding completes the overall theme. Further, the 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment display, push start/stop button, keyless go, rearview camera, a small sunroof, rear ac vents, and automatic climate control give a plush feel to the interior.

The Hyundai Venue N-Line will be strongly powered by the same engine that is used in the i20 N-line, a 1.0-L, 3-Cylinder unit, that generates 118.41 bhp @ 6000 rpm and 172 Nm @ 1500-4000 rpm mated to an automatic transmission.

The safety pack includes – ABS, EBD, Traction Control, Isofix Seat Mounts, Vehicle Stability Management, Electronic Stability Control, Parking Assist Sensors, and Rear Reflectors.

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