It should be noted that the Venue N Line is solely being offered with the 1.0-litre T-GDi turbocharged petrol engine that produces 120 PS of max power and 172 Nm of peak torque, mated to a 7-speed DCT. The corresponding S(O) and SX(O) 1.0 turbo petrol DCT variants of the standard Venue (with single-tone colour) are priced at Rs 10.97 lakh and Rs 12.57 lakh (ex-showroom) respectively.
So what exactly does the extra premium gets you? Hyundai actually claims that the Venue N Line features 30+ changes over the standard Venue. For starters, the Venue N Line gets a range of exterior updates including a darker front grille, N Line badging, red highlights, red brake calipers, new 16-inch diamond cut alloys, as well as a twin-tip exhaust.
Inside the cabin, the Venue N Line gets an all-black layout with contrasting red accents, including red stitching on the gear knob, steering, as well as seats. Additional features on offer include rear disc brakes, a dashcam with dual camera, 60+ BlueLink connected features including Home to Car with Alexa and Google Voice assistant, red ambient lighting, and more.
However, there are also some noteworthy changes that makes the Venue N Line a sportier car to drive. Hyundai says that the sporty sub-compact SUV has a 34% tuned suspension damping over the standard version, along with a re-calibrated steering wheel for added weight. Moreover, the exhaust note is also claimed to be throatier than the regular Venue.
Hyundai is offering the Venue N Line with two monotone (Polar White, Shadow Grey) and three dual-tone (Thunder Blue and Black, Polar White and Black, and Shadow Grey and Black) colour options