Hyundai has given LED DRLs near the fog lamp in a C-shape as current model DRLs are placed inside the headlamp cluster
Hyundai is going to launch Creta facelift soon in India. The company has started dispatching the new model to showrooms across the country. The Creta facelift has been spied again at a dealership revealing some more changes for the exterior and interior. Hyundai hasn’t changed the basic design theme of Creta compared to the current model.
The front get Hyundai’s cascading grille along with new bumper and silver trim around the air-dam. Hyundai has given LED DRLs near the fog lamp in a C-shape as current model DRLs are placed inside the headlamp cluster. The Creta gets a redesigned headlamp cluster with projector and an eye brow like accent inside the headlamp cluster.
On the side, Hyundai has given new design for alloy wheels and top end models get 17 inch instead of 16 inch on the current models. At the rear, Hyundai hasn’t done much except for new bumper. The interior design is carried forward for the new model but the AC vents get a new metallic finish and the seat upholstery is different.
Hyundai Creta comes in 5 variants – E, E+, S, SX and SX (O). The Korean manufacturer has added new features on the Creta facelift which includes panoramic sunroof, 6 way adjustable driver seat, cruise control and wireless charging which is a segment first. The touch screen infotainment system gets the option of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The Creta gets wearable smart key band which is similar to the one available on Tata Nexon. The customer can look and unlock the car with smart key band as the car don’t need smart key. This band can also track your steps and it works like a fitness band with the help of a smart phone app called H-Band which is already available in Google Playstore.
Hyundai Creta is powered by 1.4 L petrol engine with 90 hp of power and it will be the entry level models. The 1.6 L petrol engine makes 123 hp and 128 hp by the 1.6 L diesel engine. These engines get the option of manual and automatic transmission. Hyundai Creta competes against Renault Captur and Honda BR-V.