All-new Hyundai Creta imagined as a sporty low rider [Video]

Hyundai recently launched their all-new Creta in the Indian market. Just like the older generation Creta, the new one has also turned out to be a successful car and has already received over 30,000 bookings since its launch. The 2020 Hyundai Creta is an all-new vehicle and is entirely different from the older version. We are yet to see heavily modified versions of the Creta on our roads. Meanwhile, here we have a video that shows an all-new Creta that has been rendered to look like a sporty low rider SUV.

The video has been uploaded by IAB on their youtube channel. The video basically shows how a Creta would look like if it were to be modified as a sporty low rider. The artist has made a couple of changes to give it more aggressive look. Starting with the front, all the chrome elements on the car has been completely removed or replaced with black inserts. The grille looks more aggressive as the chrome elements are removed and are replaced with black mesh and red inserts. There is a red strip connecting two ends of the grille.

The tri-beam headlights and split LED DRLs and fog lamps are all the same as before. The lower part of the bumper has also been slightly modified. Coming to the side profile, the black cladding around the body including the wheel arch has been removed. It even looks like as if, the car has been slightly lowered. It gets a small cladding under the door with red insert and the ORVM gets red colour to give it that sporty appeal. The stock alloy wheels are replaced with wider alloys and low profile tyres. The rear bumper of the car has been slightly modified as well.

All-new Hyundai Creta  imagined as a sporty low rider [Video]

All these minor changes make it look more aggressive and sportier than before. This is just artist’s imagination but, we hope to see many such modified new-gen Cretas in the days to come. Hyundai Creta is available in three engine options. A 1.5 litre naturally aspirated petrol engine that comes with manual and CVT transmission option, a 1.5 litre diesel engine that comes with a manual and torque converter automatic transmission and a 1.4 litre turbo petrol engine with a DCT gearbox. Prices of the new Creta start from Rs. 9.99 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi.

Ajeesh Kuttan

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