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Introduction

Hyundai has confirmed that it will launch the Venue N Line on Sep-6. We reported earlier that the model will be sold in India from next year, priced at Rs 11 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). While we cannot reveal specifics about the car’s mechanical changes and pricing yet, we can confirm that Hyundai wants to position itself as a leader in EVs in India.

Hyundai will launch the N Line version of the Venue on Sep-6, which is in line with what we reported earlier.

Hyundai will launch the N Line version of the Venue on Sep-6, which is in line with what we reported earlier.

The launch date was announced by a Hyundai spokesperson at an event in India where they unveiled their new SUV models.

The Venue N Line will feature sports styling, including a red N Line emblem and blacked-out alloy wheels.

The Venue N Line will feature sports styling, including a red N Line emblem and blacked-out alloy wheels. It’s unclear if Hyundai has made any mechanical changes to the car for this model or it is just an exterior refresh. The price of Rs 11 lakh should be in line with what we’ve seen on other models in this segment like Volkswagen Vento (which are both around Rs 10 lakh).

No mechanical changes have been made to the car.

The new Venue N Line is not a mechanical update. There are no engine upgrades, transmission upgrades or suspension upgrades. It does not have any fuel tank or steering wheel improvements. The only physical changes that Hyundai has made to the car are the addition of some new features:

  • An automatic headlight system (the car will automatically switch between high beams and low beams depending on how much light there is).
  • A new front-seat airbag sensor that will detect seat occupancy before deployment of an airbag in case of an accident.*A rearview camera

The Venue N Line has a sport steering wheel and pedals inside.

The Venue N Line has a sport steering wheel and pedals inside. The leather-wrapped steering wheel is topped with red stitching, while the pedal covers are made of polished aluminum. Its seats are upholstered in black leather, which gives it a more luxurious feel than other Hyundai models. The Venue N Line also comes equipped with an audio system that features six speakers and two subwoofers (one in the front trunk area and one under each front seat). This sound system can be controlled using buttons on either side of the center console or through voice commands via Google Assistant or SIRI Eyes Free functionality installed on your smartphone or tablet device

The model reportedly costs Rs 11 lakh.

The model reportedly costs Rs 11 lakh, which is in line with the competition. Other contenders include the Renault Kwid and the Honda Amaze. Hyundai wants to position itself as a leader in EVs in India and will be launching its first EV later this year.

Hyundai wants to position itself as a leader in EVs in India.

Hyundai is trying to position itself as a leader in EVs in India. The company’s executives have said that they want to focus on EVs because of the government’s push for electric vehicles. The company also wants to make sure that it does not lose out on sales opportunities if other carmakers start producing more affordable models of their own.

Conclusion

The Venue N Line launch is a big moment for Hyundai. It will not only be the first model to offer a plug-in hybrid option, but also one of the most expensive cars in its segment. The design and powertrain make it a good choice for those who want an EV but don’t want to compromise on practicality or comfort.

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