Hyundai launched the all-new Creta in the market earlier this year. it quickly grabbed buyers attention and is currently the highest selling vehicle in the segment. It competes with the likes of Kia Seltos, MG Hector and Tata Harrier in the segment. Hyundai Creta is now a very common sight on our roads and the modifications and aftermarket accessories for Creta have also started hitting the market. We have seen several low end to top-end conversion videos of Creta in the past and here we have a video were a base E variant of all-new Creta has been extensively modified to look like a top-end trim.
The video has been uploaded by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their youtube channel. The video starts by showing the installation part. A lot of work has gone into this project and many of the parts used in the car are genuine Hyundai accessories. Starting with the front, base E trim does not get tri-beam headlamps. The single projector headlamp unit has been completely replaced with a tri-beam LED unit which comes with broader split LED DRL.
The front grille has also been replaced and it now gets LED fog lamps too. Moving to the side profile you would notice the 17 inch dual tone alloy wheels. Those were installed after replacing the normal 16 inch steel wheels. There are chrome garnish on the lower part of the door and a chrome strip also runs on the lower part of the window line.
Moving to the rear, it gets a split all-LED tail lamp and a roof rail along with shark fin antenna. Moving inside, VIG Auto has done a three layer damping for better NVH levels and the steering wheel and the seat has been wrapped in black leatherette material with red stitching on it. Other modifications or additions done to the SUV are sunglass holder, steering mounted audio controls, touchscreen infotainment system from Pioneer. An amplifier from Pioneer is also installed under the co-driver seat.
Speakers from Morel and a sub-woofer from JBL is installed on the doors and the boot respectively. The work done on the car looks pretty neat and the customer seemed very satisfied in the video. They even installed a wireless phone charging pad in the car. It also get illuminated scuff plates and ambient lighting in the car. There were only couple of features missing that would let people know that it was not a top-end variant. From outside, it will definitely be hard for anyone to differentiate or say that it started its life as a base E trim Hyundai Creta. This is a route that many car buyers are now taking as it allows them to opt for basic variants, and then pick and choose from the features they want to add through the aftermarket.