Hyundai Creta: Base variant neatly modified into top-end trim

Hyundai Creta is one of the best selling mid-size compact SUV in the segment. Ever since its launch, it has been ruling the segment. Hyundai Creta competes with cars like Kia Seltos, Nissan Kicks, Renault Duster, MG Hector in the segment. Hyundai Creta is so popular that within weeks after the launch of current generation Creta, aftermarket accessories had started to arrive and people had already started modifying it. We have seen several examples of modified Hyundai Creta on our website. In most of the cases a base variant Hyundai Creta is modified to look like a top-end variant. Here we have one such video, where a base variant Hyundai Creta SUV is modified with genuine accessories to look like a top-end trim.

The video has been uploaded by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their YouTube channel. In this video vlogger talks about all the modification that has been done to the car. He starts with the front and here the lower variant grille has been replaced for a unit that is seen on higher versions of Creta. The single projector headlamps have been replaced with tri-beam LED headlamps with LED DRLs.

Lower variants of Creta does not get fog lamps. That has also been added to this Creta along with air ducts. The front bumper now gets silver coloured skid plate which is now missing in the lower variants. Moving to the side profile, steel rims on Hyundai Creta E varaint has been replaced with Hyundai original 17 inch dual tone alloy wheels. There are chrome garnishes on the door handles and lower cladding.

Hyundai Creta: Base variant neatly modified into top-end trim

The ORVMs now get integrated LED turn indicators and the ORVM itself is now electrically adjustable. E trim of Hyundai Creta now gets turn indicators on fender. That has been moved to the ORVM and the fender now gets fake air vents covering the turn indicator part. The roof and ORVMs have been blacked out to give it a dual tone finish. Roof rails and shark fin antenna have also been installed in this car.

As we move to the rear, the tail lights have been replaced. It now gets LED tail lamps that are normally used in higher trims. A rear parking camera, silver colour skid plate and LED reflector lamps have also been installed on the car. Moving inside, the inner door handles have been replaced. Other modifications include a high infrared heat rejection clear film, ultra soft seat covers, multi-function steering wheel with cruise control, aftermarket touchscreen, floor mats, damping, Alpine speaker setup and so on. The original dual tone theme of the cabin has been retained in this Creta.

Overall, the work done on this Creta looks very neat and a person looking at the car will be surprised to know that it is a base variant Creta. Hyundai offers Creta with three engine options. There is a 1.5 litre naturally aspirated petrol that comes with manual and CVT gearbox option. Next is a 1.5 litre turbo diesel engine that comes with manual and automatic gearbox option. Third engine on offer is the 1.4 litre turbo petrol which comes with a 7-speed DCT gearbox as standard.