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Say, you like the Hyundai Creta but you want something with a bit more ‘pizaazz’. Now you won’t need to look elsewhere. Earlier, we reported that Hyundai has opened bookings for the Creta N Line, starting from Rs 25,000 onwards. The car maker has now also revealed the interiors of the car, along with the equipment it is going to pack.

Starting with the most obvious change, the interior upholstery now comes swathed in black leatherette upholstery, and there are red inserts on certain areas to signify the sporty nature of this SUV. The ambient lighting is also red, further laying emphasis on its intentions. Additionally, the Creta N Line also comes with a three-spoke steering wheel, metal pedals, N Line badging on the gear knob.

The black and red interiors change the theme of this car

The Creta N Line retains its 10.25-inch blended screen setup from the regular Creta, and it also features in-built JioSaavn, about 148 voice-assisted commands for a hands-free experience, along with multi-language support, and the Bluelink connected car suite. Similar to the standard Creta, the N Line also gets dual-zone climate control, a panoramic sunroof, eight-step power adjustable and ventilated driver seat, level-two ADAS features such as forward collision warning, blind spot view monitor and collision assist, lane keeping assist, and lane departure warning among others.

The gear lever is the same as other N Line cars

Needless to say, the Creta N Line is also going to come at a marginal price hike over the regular Creta, competing against the Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo. What are your expectations for the pricing of this car?