2020 Hyundai Creta: Base trim converted to top trim [Video]

Hyundai Creta is one of the most loved mid-size SUVs sold in the country. Hyundai launched the all new Creta earlier this year and just like its earlier version, it became popular among buyers for various reasons. It competes with Kia Seltos, MG Hector and Tata Harrier in the segment. Soon after its launch, aftermarket accessories were available for the all-new Creta in the market and here we have one such video where a base model Hyundai Creta has been completely transformed into a top-end trim.

The video has been uploaded by Car Stylein on their youtube channel. The video starts by showing what all changes are being done to the car on the outside. As this is the base variant, the number of features offered are limited. Starting from the rear, Car Stylein has installed a chrome strip above the LED bars running between the tail lights. There are chrome strips on the lower part of the doors as well.

One of the major update done to the car was the wheels. The 16 inch steel wheel that come with the base trim have been replaced with 17 inch alloy wheels. Those are the same alloy wheels that come with top-end Hyundai Creta. Apart from that the front grille has been replaced with a unit from higher trims. This was a base trim and it did not come with a fog lamp so, they installed a fog lamp right next to the turn indicators as well.

2020 Hyundai Creta: Base trim converted to top trim [Video]

Moving inside, the whole cabin has been given an all-black treatment, The dashbaord gets black soft touch material with red stitching on them. Similarly, the seats, armrest and the steering wheel also get black leather treatment with red stitching on them. The steering is also installed with Hyundai’s genuine audio control switches that control the aftermarket infotainment touchscreen that has been installed. The audio system has also been upgraded and damping has also been done to the car. The door pads also get two tones of black to give it a premium feel. Overall, the work done on this base model Creta looks very neat and impressive. Even the owner of the Creta runs out of words after seeing his fully transformed Creta.

Ajeesh Kuttan

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