The Creta Diamond Concept is based on top end Prestige variant and the company has reworked on 200 different parts to make it stand out from the regular model
Hyundai is one of the prominent players in the Brazilian market and the company already teased Saga EV concept, which will make its debut at the upcoming Sao Paulo Motor Show next month as it is basically a preview for the next generation of HB20. The company has one more concept for the show and it will be the Creta Diamond Concept.
According to Angel Martinez, Executive director of sales, Hyundai said that Creta Diamond is an exercise to showcase design possibilities and equipment that we can consider in the future for the Crete line. Most of the things used in the Creta Diamond Concept is not common in the segment, which makes it unique.
The company has released a couple of teaser image and it doesn’t reveal much detail as the exterior images show a dual tone colour for Creta in which roof is finished in black colour and the body in a new shade of blue. Hyundai has also given panoramic sunroof for the Creta Diamond Concept and the alloy wheels are also expected to be new.
The second image shows the seat, which is covered in caramel and ivory leather. Hyundai might add premium features to make this concept stand out from the regular model and it could get rear seat entertainment package along, but the seating configuration appears to be similar to current model as we can see headrest for the middle passenger.
The concept is based on the top end Prestige variant in Brazil and Hyundai has reworked on 200 parts. The Creta is already one of the featured packed models as it comes with touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, climate control, wireless charging, cruise control, reverse camera with parking sensors and more.
The engine line is same as it is powered by 2.0 L Flex fuel engine producing 156 hp and 187.3 Nm on petrol, 166 hp and 201 NM of torque using ethanol. Hyundai is also offering a 1.6 L petrol engine and transmission options include 6-speed manual and automatic. The company will reveal full details of Creta Diamond Concept at the Sao Paulo Motor Show on November 8.