New Hyundai Creta

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SUV, Petrol, Diesel
Expected Launch: Jun 2020
₹ 10.5 - 12.5 Lakh
Expected Price

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The Hyundai Creta has been the bestselling compact SUV in the country and the company will soon bring in the new generation model to the country. The new- gen Creta gets new design elements shared with the new Sonata and the new Santa Fe and the Palisade as well. The styling is bolder than the current model and looks more compact as well. The car carries Hyundai's latest design language - Sensuous Sportiness - that made its debut with the Palisade full-size SUV and the Sonata sedan. It has three key elements that define the new look - the large, wide and tall cascade grille, slim indicator lights atop and the distinct vertical DRL signature surrounding the headlamp. The next-gen Creta is likely to be shown at the 2020 Delhi Auto Expo in February, with sales commencing only around mid-2020 in India. This will be followed by the car going into production as the Creta in Russia and also selling in Brazil.

The 2020 Hyundai Creta gets an upright front with the massive cascading grille taking all the attention, while the headlamps get the split set-up much like the new Kona and the upcoming Hyundai Venue that debuts in hours from now. There's a new brushed silver skid plate integrated in the front bumper, while expect to see something similar at the rear too, along with revised LED taillights. Interestingly, the alloy wheel design is similar to that we've seen on the upcoming Venue subcompact SUV and certainly looks good. The roof gets the black treatment with the side panels finished in brushed silver too. There's additional cladding on the side as well for a slightly rugged look. Overall, the new Creta looks beefier than its predecessor whilst retaining its sporty, urban appearance. Since it's launch is expected to be around the time when BS6 regulations will kick in, the second-generation Creta is likely to be offered with a new 1.5-litre BS6 compliant engine. Inside, the new generation Hyundai Creta witnesses a complete overhaul over the current model. The cabin has moved up a notch on the premium quotient with a massive touchscreen infotainment system taking prominence and integrates well with the centre console. Even the usage of buttons is minimal, hinting at a more virtually connected cabin.  The model will lock horns against a number of offerings in India including the Renault Captur, Nissan Kicks, Tata Harrier, Jeep Compass, the upcoming Kia SP2i SUV as well as the MG Hector.

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