Hyundai is India’s second largest car manufacturer after Maruti Suzuki and have a number of cars in their lineup. One of the latest models they launched in the market was the all-new Hyundai Creta. It is entirely different from the older version and looks much more premium and futuristic. Just like the older version, the new gen Creta is also doing very well in terms of numbers and is a very common sight on our roads. Here we have a video that shows what the 2020, all-new Creta might look like if Hyundai were to launch a Black Edition of the same.
The video has been uploaded by IndianAutosBlog on their youtube channel. The video shows how the Hyundai Creta black edition would look like. One thing to be noted here is that, Hyundai has no intentions of launching such a variant and is purely something that came up in render artist’s mind. In order to do this, the artist chose phantom black colour of the Hyundai Creta so that he doesn’t have to make many changes.
The all new Creta comes with a lot of chrome or brushed aluminium inserts all over the place. He starts with the silver lightning arc. The artist gives it a black shade and similarly paints the chrome garnished door handles in black shade. The roof rail and the side cladding under the door are the next to get this black treatment.
After that, the shiny front grille on the Creta is blacked out except for the Hyundai logo. The front skid plate is also given a black treatment. The dual tone machine cut alloy wheels that come with the top-end trim Creta also get the black treatment. In short, all the chrome or silver elements of the Creta were blacked out. It is similar to what Tata has done with their Harrier except Hyundai has no plans to introduce anything like this as of now.
Hyundai Creta is a feature loaded car and comes with three engine options. It is available with a 1.4 litre turbo petrol engine with 7-speed DCT gearbox, a 1.5 litre naturally aspirated petrol with manual and CVT and a 1.5 litre turbo diesel engine with manual and a torque converter automatic transmission. The Creta directly competes with the Kia Seltos, Renault Duster, Nissan Kicks and the Maruti S-Cross, and indirectly competes with the likes of the Tata Harrier, MG Hector, Mahindra XUV500 and Jeep Compass.