This Heavily Customised Hyundai Creta Will Blow Your Mind Away!

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The exterior and interior modifications of this stunningly customised Hyundai Creta costed the owner only Rs. 2 lakh

Observing the increasing affinity towards customers wanting to own SUVs, Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) brought in the Creta into the domestic market back in July 2015 and as expected it has been an instant success. So much that several manufacturers are desperately working on introducing products on their own in the premium compact SUV space.

One of the main advantages Creta has is the accessible price range while the ability to adorn modified parts with ease is another plus, as Hyundai is traditionally known for designing good-looking cars with appreciable road presence. Recently, we showed you a customised Creta with bigger wheels and it got the readers wondering what’s next? Here we have something even better!

Kerala is a home of some of the country’s crazily modified vehicles and a Creta owner from Kollam, Kerala decided to take this stereotype seriously. The Creta has been given the name Archer and it gets exterior as well as interior makeover to stand out from the regular model.

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It comes with an overhauled exterior courtesy of the body kits and newly designed elements such as front bumper with LED Daytime Running Lights and a custom rear bumper, gloss black finished front grille, interesting looking headlights, blackened wing mirrors, new sporty side skirts, black painted roof, integrated rear spoiler and 18-inch Accelera performance tyres.

The black theme continues on to the rear as the tail lights are finished in black while the black diffuser and Akrapovic exhaust further complete the stunning visual makeover. The interior is no slouche either as good amount of time seems to have been put on it. The Archer uses expansive use of red leather material and it can be found on the steering wheel and dashboard as well.

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Crimson leather is used on the seats and it elevates the plush feel of the modified Creta. The owner has spent about Rs. 2 lakh in the whole modification process that took about a month and half, and if you are impressed by the craftsmanship you must know that most of the customisation was done by the owner himself.