Hyundai Creta base E variant converted into Knight Edition [Video]

The Hyundai Creta is currently the most popular mid-size SUV in the country, and despite facing stiff competition in the market, it outperforms every other SUV in terms of sales figures. The Creta’s price range starts at around Rs 10.87 Lakh and goes up to Rs 19.20 Lakh for the top-spec model. The lineup offers plenty of models to choose from, but many consider its base E variant to be one of the most value-for-money options. Several people who purchase this variant opt for after-market modifications to make their car resemble the top-end model. Recently, a video showcasing the conversion of a base E variant Hyundai Creta into the top-of-the-line Knight Edition was shared on YouTube.

Vig Auto Accessories, through their YouTube channel, shared the video of the conversion from the Hyundai Creta base E variant to the top-of-the-line Knight Edition. The video begins with the shop owner introducing the car, mentioning that it has traveled all the way from Adilabad, Telangana. He explains that the owner of this particular car saw a previously modified “Creton” in Hyderabad and was inspired to bring their Creta to Vig Auto Accessories.

The presenter proceeds to list the modifications done on this specific Creta to transform it into the Knight Edition Creton. First, they replaced the stock steel wheels with diamond-cut 18-inch alloy wheels, resembling the design of the much more expensive Hyundai Tucson. Additionally, they added the side skid plates from the Knight Edition Creta and black side panels. The car also received a two-tone finish with a high gloss black PPF applied to the top half.

Hyundai Creta base E variant converted into Knight Edition [Video]

Moving on, the presenter mentions the installation of genuine door visors and chrome grab handles. They removed the side indicator and added an air vent. The side mirrors were equipped with LED DRLs and wrapped in the same high gloss black PPF. Next, the presenter showcases the front of the SUV, noting the replacement of the base variant’s halogen headlamps with tri-LED headlamps. They also installed the Knight Edition grille and front skid plate, both finished in black.

Proceeding to the rear of the Creta, the presenter reveals the replacement of the stock taillamp and the addition of the Knight Edition rear skid plates. Shifting focus to the interior, the presenter mentions numerous changes made. Starting with the door cards, they replaced the door handles and added leather pads. The window controls now feature a high gloss black finish. They also showcased the ES Series soft leather seat covers in black, along with the Blaupunkt android music system. Additionally, genuine Knight Edition air conditioner vents, ambient lighting, and sound dampening were installed.

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