Volkswagen Taigun GT Plus Sport vs Hyundai Creta N Line: Compared In Images

Published On Mar 23, 2024 10:01 AM By Shreyash for Hyundai Creta N Line

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Both Taigun GT Plus Sport and Creta N Line get sportier looking design elements

Taigun GT Sport and Creta N Line

The Volkswagen Taigun was recently unveiled in new sportier looking GT Line variants: GT Plus Sport and GT Line Sport. The former comes with a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine and features some additional design elements inside and out over its 1-litre variant. The Taigun GT Plus Sport can be regarded as a direct rival to the Hyundai Creta N Line, which also features some sportier add-ons over its regular version. In this article, we have compared this sportier looking Taigun with the Creta N Line in images.


Taigun GT Sport Front
Creta N Line Front

The GT Plus Sport variant of the Taigun exactly resembles the design of its regular version, however it gets red-coloured ‘GT’ badge on the front grille and dark finish on the underbody diffuser. The Creta N Line on other hand features a refreshed grille with an N Line badge over its regular version. This new variant of the Taigun also gets smoked out LED headlights, while the Creta N Line still comes with non-smoked LED headlights. 

The Creta N Line also features some red inserts on the lower parts of the front bumper on both sides for a sportier look.

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Taigun GT Sport Side
Creta N Line Side

Both SUVs feature their respective 'GT' and 'N Line' badges on the side fenders. However, the Creta N Line includes additional red inserts on the side sills. These inserts not only enhance its sportier appeal but also make it easily identifiable as the sportier N Line version.

Taigun GT Sport Alloys
Creta N Line Alloys

In profile, the Taigun's GT Plus Sport variant is equipped with 17-inch blacked-out alloy wheels, whereas the Creta N Line boasts larger 18-inch alloy wheels. Both SUVs also feature red-painted brake callipers; however, the Creta N Line also comes with 'N' branded centre caps on its alloys.


Taigun GT Sport Rear
Creta N Line Rear

From the rear, the Taigun's GT Line doesn’t showcase significant design enhancements apart from the dark-finished rear diffuser and a red 'GT' badge on the tailgate. In contrast, the Creta N Line exudes a sportier vibe with an extended rear spoiler, red inserts on the rear bumper, and a dual-tip exhaust setup.

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Taigun GT Sport Interior
Creta N Line Interior

Inside, both SUVs feature all-black dashboard theme along with black seat upholstery. Both also get metallic pedals, red stitching on the seat covers, and their respective ‘GT’ and ‘N Line’ branding on the seats as well. The Creta N Line however gets additional red inserts on the dashboard, and even on the gear lever. 

Powertrains Differences

Though both SUVs use a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine, their output figures differ. We have detailed their specifications below in the table:


Volkswagen Taigun GT Plus Sport

Hyundai Creta N Line


1.5-litre turbo-petrol

1.5-litre turbo-petrol


150 PS

160 PS


250 Nm

253 Nm


6-speed MT / 7-speed DCT

6-speed MT / 7-speed DCT

Price Range

Volkswagen Taigun GT Plus Sport

Hyundai Creta N Line

Yet to be announced

Rs 16.82 lakh to Rs 20.30 lakh

The prices for the Volkswagen Taigun’s new GT variants are expected to be announced next month. For reference, it is currently priced between Rs 11.70 lakh and Rs 20 lakh (ex-showroom pan India).

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