The Hyundai Creta continues to outshine all-new mid-size SUVs in its segment, maintaining its position as the top seller for a long time. To keep up with this reputation, the company is planning to introduce an all-new facelift to the model. Although Hyundai was supposed to launch the model at the 2023 Auto Expo, the company stated that it is working on the model and will soon bring it to the Indian subcontinent. Recently, a video showing the facelifted Hyundai Creta, which the company currently sells in international markets, has been shared on the internet, providing a detailed look at the model.
The video of the 2024 Hyundai Creta Facelift has been uploaded on YouTube by Rajni Chaudhary on their channel. The creator has provided a complete voiceover of the video with visuals of the car from different angles. The video starts with some beauty shots of the vehicle, followed by a description of the car. The creator explains that she made this video for her viewers who inquired about the facelift of the Creta and wondered if they should buy the outgoing model or wait for the new one.
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Moving on to the front of the car, the creator states that the new Creta Facelift looks fresh and has a stunning look with the more stylish parametric grille from Hyundai, finished in dark chrome. She adds that the most distinct thing about this new grille and front end is that the company has integrated the DRLs in the grille itself, visible only when they are on. She also shows the all-new upright-looking LED headlamps and the silver skid at the front, but mentions that the front has no camera.
She then shows the vehicle from the side profile and states that it looks pretty much the same as the outgoing model, with similar-looking diamond-cut alloy wheels finished in dual-tone. The company has carried on with the same design as the outgoing model since they believe that the current set of alloy wheels is liked by buyers in the country. Following this, she shows the car from the rear, stating that the rear has undergone minor changes, such as replacing the connected taillamp strip with two small individual lights.
Next, she shows the interior of the car, which remains the same as the outgoing Creta, with the same keys and infotainment system. However, the major difference in the interior of the facelifted Creta is that it now gets a fully digital instrument cluster as opposed to the semi-digital one in the outgoing model. She then shows the air conditioning controls at the center of the dashboard, and mentions that overall, the car remains the same as the outgoing model in all aspects. In the end she mentions that the buyers who have recently purchased the outgoing model should not change their cars as they are very similar. However, the buyers who are planning to buy should wait for the facelifted model to launch India as it will be a better deal.
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