Hyundai launches limited edition Creta N Line Night Edition in Brazil, offers exclusivity with only 900 units
For a limited edition compact SUV with a sporty look, Hyundai Creta N Line Night Edition fits the bill. With 900 units available, it offers exclusivity to its owners. The special avatar, is priced at BRL 181,490 (Rs. 29 lakh) and comes with a range of premium features.
2023 Hyundai Creta Night Edition shares features with Creta Ultimate
In terms of design, Hyundai Creta N Line Night Edition is similar to Creta N Line, but with some exclusive elements. Mostly black. Including N Line specific front and rear bumpers, black finish on the 18” alloys, and front grille with a pronounced horizontal element.
Interiors come with black and red ambient lighting, N Line-specific steering, and door sills with numbering. This allots a specific number to each vehicle within its limited production run. And ups exclusivity and value. There’s blackened elements in the headlight setup. A split faux skid plate further add to sporty appeal.
Creta N Line Night Edition comes with a 2.0L 4-cylinder NA petrol motor that generates 157 bhp of power and around 202 Nm of torque. The engine is coupled with a 6-speed automatic transmission and gets multiple drive modes. It is equipped with a 10.25” touchscreen infotainment system, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Panoramic sunroof, ventilated driver’s seat, and 360-degree camera spells convenience.
Being feature rich means a digital instrument display, steering mounted controls, cruise control, multi-zone climate control, and more. Premium Bose sound system, and Level-2 ADAS too. For the latter, Hyundai Creta N Line Night Edition shares a feature package with Creta Ultimate. ADAS outlines a host of tech based driver assistance systems.
Black elements that set the Hyundai Creta N Line Night Edition apart
Offered in Black, Silk Grey with Black roof, and White with Black roof, Hyundai has only launched Creta N Line Night Edition in Brazil. Where it will be available until all 900 units are sold off. It’s based on the pre-facelift version of the Creta and not the facelifted model sold in select ASEAN markets. There is no information yet on whether it will be launched in other countries, including India.
In India, Hyundai is more likely to launch a Creta facelift rather than Creta N Line. However, if N Line does launch in India, it’s expected to feature the recently announced 1.5L turbo GDi petrol engine. This unit generates 158 bhp and 253 Nm of torque.
Limited edition features of the Hyundai Creta N Line Night Edition might appeal to those who want a unique SUV that is easy to recognise. However, the price tag might not be justifiable for everyone. The 2.0L petrol engine and premium features certainly add to the appeal. But it ultimately depends on personal preferences and budget. Hyundai Creta N Line Night Edition largely borrows from the Creta N Line 1.0 turbo. Especially exterior design synergies. And turns them into a neat package that’s blacker and bolder.