Hyundai had unveiled the next-generation Creta SUV at the Indian Auto Expo last month and a few days ago they had also shared the official images of the interiors of the upcoming SUV. Hyundai has already started taking bookings for the new Creta via dealerships across the country and will be launching the Creta in the market by 17 March 2020. Before the official launch of the Creta, here we have a set of spy pictures/images that give a closer look at the interior of the upcoming compact SUV.
The images have been shared by Overdrive on their twitter handle and the images give a closer look at the interiors of the upcoming SUV. The interior of the 2020 Hyundai Creta has all been redesigned and looks completely different from the one that we have seen in the outgoing model. The image reveals an all-black theme on the dashboard which is broken by a brush aluminium inserts at places and red inserts on the AC vent.
The large touchscreen infotainment screen, drive selector, traction control button, premium looking gear knob (Automatic variant), ventilated seats and 360 degree camera buttons are all placed in the centre console. The image also reveals the new steering that will come with the Creta. From the images, the steering looks chunkier and is probably wrapped in leather with red stitching. The flat bottom steering looks premium with all controls mounted on it along with the inserts inside it.
Behind the steering wheel is the all-new instrument cluster which adds up to the premiumness of the new Creta. It is a fully digital instrument cluster with speedometer in the centre, tachometer on the left and the fuel level indicator and engine temperature gauge on the right side. The gear indicator and other essential information are also displayed on the instrument cluster. It will also have an AQI indicator similar to the one we have seen in Kia Seltos.
As always, Hyundai will be loading the new Creta with features and will try to provide the buyer a premium experience. The Creta from the outside looks premium and futuristic. It will be available in three engine options when launched – one diesel and two petrol. a 1.5 litre petrol and a 1.5 litre diesel along with a 1.4 litre turbocharged petrol engine. These engines are the same units found on the Kia Seltos. While the Kia Seltos offers manual and automatic gearboxes on all three engines, the all-new, 2020 Creta will offer manual gearboxes only on the naturally aspirated petrol and the turbocharged diesel. All three engines will get automatic gearboxes even on the Creta.