Base E variant Hyundai Creta beautifully modified into a top-end version

Hyundai launched the all-new generation Creta SUV in the market last year. Just like the previous generation model, all-new Creta became popular in the market quickly. The SUV is a mid-size SUV and is currently the best selling SUV in the segment. Ever since all-new Creta was launched, the aftermarket accessories for customising and modifications are also available in the market. We have featured several modification videos of all-new Creta on our website and here we have one such video where a base E variant Hyundai Creta is beautifully modified inside out to look like a top-end SX trim SUV.

The video has been uploaded by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their YouTube channel. The video shows the car when work was going on and also the finished product. The modifications have definitely changed the overall look of the car. The vlogger starts with the changes on the inside. The door panels have been wrapped in shade of mustard yellow. The the matte black panel above the door pads are also painted in gloss black finish.

The leather wrapping is also seen on the dashboard as well. Just like the door, the AC vents, center console also gets the gloss black treatment. The cabin gets a dual tone theme of black and mustard yellow. All the pillars are wrapped in leatherette material. The seats get ultra soft dual tone seat covers. At the rear, the bench seats have been replaced with Hyundai Creta’s original 60-40 split seat that is seen in top-end trims.

Base E variant Hyundai Creta beautifully modified into a top-end version

The rear door trims have also been completely replaced with a unit that is seen in higher variants. The rear passenger now gets manual window shades. An aftermarket touchscreen infotainment screen has been installed on the center console which shows feed from the 360 degree view camera. The owner has also opted for two 11.5 inch touchscreen entertainment screens for rear passengers.

Apart from these modifications, the SUV gets LED ambient lighting, 7D floor mats, multi-function steering wheel with cruise control, illuminated scuff plates and so on. The vlogger mentions that these modifications do not affect the working of airbags by any means. The doors get damping and aftermarket speakers and amplifier has also been installed in the car. On the outside, the front grille has been replaced with a top-end trim unit. The headlights have also been modified and it now gets tri-beam projector LED headlamps with split LED DRLs. A set of original fog lamps have also been installed on the lower part of the bumper. A diffuser has been installed on the lower part of the bumper to give it a muscular look.

Coming to the side profile, it gets 17 inch alloy wheel, high infrared heat rejection window films, chrome beading on the lower portion of door, roof rails have been installed. The ORVMs are painted in gloss black and the body coloured door handles are replaced with chrome door handles seen in top-end variants. This now supports keyless entry like higher trims. Just like the headlamps, tail lights have also been replaced and a diffuser with faux twin exhaust tip has been installed. Overall a lot of work has been done in this car and the final product looks very neat both on the outside and inside.