Hyundai is getting ready to introduce the new Venue N Line in India for customers looking for a slightly spiced-up version of the compact SUV, almost a year after the launch of the i20 N Line. Before it was officially introduced in the nation, Kia also teased the new Sonet X Line; here are all the details you need to know about these new, performance-focused compact SUVs.
Beginning with the Venue N Line, the Korean automaker is anticipated to introduce this new compact SUV on September 6 in India with a number of cosmetic updates in addition to the mechanical improvements that will make it a profitable option for driving enthusiasts.
Beginning with a new front grille, updated bumpers, new alloy wheels, exclusive colour options, and sporty red inserts, the Venue N Line will receive numerous cosmetic upgrades. Additionally, the interior of the vehicle will be all-black with N-Line-only features like a new steering wheel, a new gear knob, updated upholstery, and sporty red inserts.
Hyundai Venue N Line
Along with a revised steering system, the Venue N Line is anticipated to be offered with a new exhaust system, retuned suspension, and other upgrades that will significantly enhance the driving experience. However, the Venue N Line will only be offered with a DCT-equipped 1.0L turbocharged gasoline engine.
Kia Sonet X Line
On the other hand, the Kia Sonet X Line is anticipated to provide buyers with a lucrative package. The new Sonet X Line is anticipated to have a “Xclusive Matte Graphite” exterior colour shade as well as blacked-out trim components, larger dual-cut alloy wheels, and eye-catching orange accents to set it apart from the Sonet’s standard models.
In addition to new features and other bells and whistles that will help it draw in a lot of customers, the Sonet X Line is anticipated to include many interior changes, including a new Indigo Pera colour shade for the upholstery and other trim elements.
The Sonet X Line will be available with both diesel and petrol engine options, unlike the Venue N Line. In the coming weeks, the company plans to introduce the Sonet X Line.
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