Hyundai is one of the most popular car and India’s second largest car manufacturer. They have a variety of products in their line up. One of the most popular product from Hyundai at the moment is the all-new Creta. It is a mid-size SUV that was launched in the market last year. The SUV became popular among buyers in a short span of time and is now one of the best selling SUVs in the segment. It competes with cars like Kia Seltos, MG Hector, Tata Harrier in the segment. One of the things that many did not like about the new Creta was its design. It was quite hard for many to digest. Hyundai realised that and Hyundai is currently working on a facelift. The facelifted version of the SUV has been spotted abroad. Here we have a render image that shows what the upcoming facelift of Creta might look like.
The render images have been created by an Artist Kleber Silva on Behance. The artist took the existing design of Crera and clubbed it with Santa Fe which is available in international markets. It must be noted that this is just a speculative render and the original product might be different from this. At the front, the larges cascading grille of current Creta has been redesigned.
The headlights are positioned on the bumper in such a way that, it acts as an extension of the front grille itself. The lower part of the front grille gets chrome garnish to add a premium feel. Turn indicators are positioned above the headlights similar to what we see on Hyundai Venue. The LED DRLs are designed in a way that half of it lies in the turn indicator section while the other half is inside the headlight cluster. Overall, the front looks very premium. Coming down, the bumper of the facelifted Creta render has also been redesigned.
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It now looks a lot more muscular and there are silver finishes on the bumper and the faux skid plate also gets a silver finish to it. The side profile of the facelift Creta looks same as the current version. The only noticeable change here are the alloy wheels with brand new design to them. Just like at the front, the design at the rear is also inspired from the all-new Santa Fe. The rear gets redesigned LED tail lamps. It now a single unit with arrow like sharp design for the LED units. There is an LED strip that is running between the tail lamps.
The tail gate has been slightly redesigned and the lower part of the bumper gets a reflector too. The rear bumper has also been redesigned slightly. Hyundai will continue to offer all the features that Creta comes with in the current version. The SUV will be available with same engine and gearbox options. There will be a 1.5 litre naturally aspirated petrol engine, a 1.5 litre turbo diesel engine and a 1.4 litre turbo petrol engine option as well. Other than the current transmission options, Hyundai might introduce iMT gearbox with 1.5 petrol unit.
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