Hyundai Venue N Line To Come In 2 Variants | Motoroids

2022-07-02 03:54:43 By : Mr. yong wu

After launching the Venue facelift at ₹7.53 lakh, Hyundai is now shifting its focus to the Venue N Line. The Venue N Line will be the sportier variant of the standard Venue and a leaked document from Delhi RTO now confirms the variants it will be available in. The Venue N Line will be available in N6 and N8 variants just like the i20 N Line. However, it will only be available with a DCT and will skip on the option of an iMT. We expect the Venue N Line to launch in the coming weeks.

As it is an N-line, it is expected that it will get red bits on the bumper (both front and rear) which adds a certain character to the car. There are other places too where the venue will get red bits such as front brake caliper, roof rails, etc. Other noticeable changes in the exterior are the new Hyundai’s ‘Parametric’ grille and dual exhaust tips which are tuned to define its N-line character. It will also get a new set of 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels which will be different from the standard variant.

In the Interior, it is expected that the car will get N-line badges in the interior. It will also get a new steering wheel. Talking about the powertrain; it will be available in a 1.0L three-cylinder Turbo-Petrol engine that produces 120HP which will be mated with 7-speed DCT. One can expect Hyundai to tweak its steering and suspension like the i20 N-Line to make it more fun to drive. The exhaust note is expected to become meatier as well.

Also read: 2022 Hyundai Venue Facelift: Some Key Takeaways From Our First Drive

Hyundai recently launched the Venue facelift at ₹7.53 lakh. The 2022 Venue is more than just a mere facelift, it brings in a host of new features, safety equipment, and design changes to the popular compact SUV. The 2022 Venue is offered in multiple powertrain options and 5 variants. The naturally aspirated 1.2-litre four-cylinder engine churns out 83ps and 114nm of torque.

It is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The 1.5-liter diesel churns out 100ps and 250nm of torque mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. The turbocharged 1.0-liter 3-cylinder petrol engine produces 120ps and 172nm of torque. It gets the option of a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic, and a 6-speed iMT.

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