The Creta will benefit from Hyundai's Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design language and the company claims that the car offers best-in-class body rigidity, structural strength, and crash performance.
It further says that, with the Creta, it has achieved 'outstanding' NVH levels owing to use of high grade insulation material, improved engineering and design of the engine, transmission and body structure.
On the safety front, Hyundai claims to have improved crash performance both frontal and side with the addition of a dash cross member. The roof structure too has been reinforced with multiple cross members for additional strength and more loading capacity.
The Creta will be available in three engine options - 1.6-litre petrol and the 1.4-litre and 1.6-litre diesel. While the petrol unit will be capable of producing 122 bhp, the 1.6-diesel will be able to churn out 128 bhp.