Hyundai Creta has been one of the most popular mid-size compact SUV in the country. Ever since the new generation Creta has hit the Indian market, a lot of modification and customisation options are also available. We have seen several modified examples of old and new-gen Creta in the market. We even have featured several modified Creta SUVs in the past. One of the most common type of modification seen in the current generation Creta is converting a base model into a top-end trim. Here we have one such video where a base E trim Creta has been beautifully modified into a top-end trim model.
The video has been uploaded by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their YouTube channel. The video shows all the modification that are done, in order to convert this base E trim to a top-end model. The video also shows how the SUV looked when it had arrived at the workshop. The vlogger can be heard saying that the owner drove the SUV all the way from Mangalore to Mumbai for this modification.
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The E trim of Creta gets a single projector lamp. VIG Auto replaced those lights with tri-beam LED projector headlamps with split LED DRLs. They also installed a fog lamp with air duct on the lower part of the bumper. The other major update at the front was the new top-end grille which comes with chrome and silver inserts on it. They have also installed an aero diffuser at the front which protects the bumper and body from minor scratches.
Moving to the side profile, the 16 inch steel wheels have been upgraded to 17 inch dual tone multi-spoke alloy wheels. These are the same set of alloy wheels that we have seen in the top-end versions of Creta. The SUV now gets door visors and chrome garnish on the lower part of the doors. The ORVMs are now get one touch fold options and the mirror now gets matrix styles turn indicators in them. A roof rail has been installed on the top along with a Hyundai genuine shark fin antenna. Moving to the rear, there are regular lights have been replaced with all LED lights. These are similar to what we have already seen in SX trim of Creta. Just like at the front, an aero diffuser is installed at the rear as well.
Moving inside, there is an illuminated scuff plate on the door. The floor mats have been upgraded and the the cabin has been completely revamped. It now gets soft touch materials on door pads and the seats get ultra soft material on the seats. The whole cabin gets a black and white dual tone theme. Other modification on the inside include a steering mounted controls along with cruise control. base E trim is not offered with cruise control.
The touchscreen infotainment screen from Sony looks pretty neat and it also shows feed from the rear view parking camera in it. There is ambient lighting and the speakers and tweeters have also been upgraded. Damping has been done on all the doors for better insulation. Hyundai Creta is available with a 1.5 litre petrol and diesel engine option. They both are available with manual and automatic gearbox option. There is a 1.4 litre turbo petrol engine on offer too. This is available with a 7-speed DCT gearbox only.
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