Next generation Hyundai Creta seven seater model will be more premium than its current version and will have a base price of roughly 15 lakhs.
While the current Hyundai Creta is one of the highest selling vehicles in the above-10 lakh category, its manufacturer has already started developing the next genertion model that will debut in 2020. One of the biggest advantages of the new model will be the bigger dimensions and a 7-seat layout. The Hyundai Creta seven seater will be sold bang on in the Tata Harrier, Kia SP SUV and the Jeep Compass territory.
The next generation Hyundai Creta seven seater will also offer more features, which should help it justify the premium price tag. In fact, the company could be developing two versions of its hot-selling SUV, a 5-seater and a 7-seater. The new version of the Creta will take the position of the Tucson, while the latter will move into a segment above with the launch of its next iteration.
The Hyundai Creta seven seater model will be designed as per the company’s latest design language for SUVs that made its debut on the Kona. As per the latest design theme, the new Creta will have a bolder cascading grille, composite lighting, and a bold stance.
On the inside, the Hyundai Creta seven seater will feature a more modern dashboard and several new features. The dashboard will hold a larger touchscreen infotainment unit while bits like wireless charging will be offered even on the mid-level trims. In all probability, the 7-seat model will have enough space in the third-row for two young adults to fit in.
Powering the new Hyundai Creta seven seater will be a set of new 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines that will be BSVI-compliant. These engines are expected to have almost the same power as the current 1.6-litre motors. However, they will be more environment-friendly and would offer a higher mileage. Transmission options for both the models will include 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic.
Hyundai has already ruled out the possibility of launching a hybrid variant of any of its models. However, a full-electric model could be launched in due course of time. The Hyundai Creta seven seater, in all chances, will repeat the success story of the current generation.