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2020 Hyundai Creta in satin blue wrap looks HOT!

Hyundai Creta is one of the most popular mid-size SUV in the country. Earlier this year, Hyundai officially launched the next-gen Creta in the market and like older generation Creta, it quickly became popular among buyers. It is now a commonly seen on our roads and Hyundai has officially announced that they have received over 1.15 lakh bookings in such a short time. Creta was and is currently the leader in the segment when it comes to sales. It competes with cars like Kia Seltos, MG Hector and Tata Harrier. A wide range of accessories and customisation options are available for the 2020 Creta and here we have pictures of an all-new Creta that looks great in satin blue wrap.

The pictures of this customised Creta have been shared by motoroctane on their Instagram page. The pictures show what all changes or customisations have been done to the SUV. It is an SX trim which means it gets a long list features both on the inside and outside. The owner has not gone for wild aftermarket body kits for the Creta. He has made subtle changes to give it a bit more elegant look.

Starting with the front, the chrome garnishes on the front grille has been all blacked out. The skid plate and the inserts inside the grille still get the silver finish. The main change on this Creta however is the satin blue wrap job. This gives the whole car a more premium look. The A,B and C pillar and the silver lightning arc on the side has been blacked out. The chrome door handles on the car have also been blacked out.

The Satin blue wrap looks quite good and gives a premium look to the car. Creta is available in another shade of Blue which is a lot darker than the one used in the Wrap. The work looks pretty neat and it does have a premium vibe to it. Hyundai Creta is available with three different engine options. There is a 1.4 litre turbo petrol engine that comes with DCT gearbox option. Other engine options on offer are 1.5 litre petrol and diesel engine with CVT and automatic gearbox respectively. Both engine options were available with a manual gearbox too.