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Hyundai Creta re-imagined as a low rider looks wickedly cool

Hyundai Creta is the best selling mid-size SUV in the Indian market. Because it is such a popular vehicle, people have started customizing it according to their taste and preferences. Some people do this because it helps in making their car stand out against every other Creta on road. Well, here we have a render of a Creta that has been imagined as a low rider

Hyundai Creta re-imagined as a low rider looks wickedly cool

The render has been done by Alpha Renders and the pictures have been shared on their Instagram. The artists have rendered the front quarter and the rear quarter of the Creta. So, we do not have any pictures of the interior of the car. The Creta in the pictures has been finished in red body colour with black roof.

The first thing that you would immediately notice is that the Creta in the pictures has been lowered quite a bit. The description on Instagram says that the render is using lowered springs from Air Lift Performance. This gives a very aggressive stance to the SUV. What also goes very well with the stance is the blacked-out elements. The front cascading grille, faux skid plate and bumper lip has been finished in gloss black. The headlamps and the foglamps are also given a smoked effect. Also, the LED Daytime Running Lamp which used to be C-shaped is no longer being used. Only the lower half of the Daytime Running Lamp is now used.

Hyundai Creta re-imagined as a low rider looks wickedly cool

At the side profile, the SUV has a black window tint which gives a very stealthy look. The door handles and A and B-pillars are also blacked-out along with the side skirts. The SUV runs on different alloy wheels that are sourced from radi8. The outside door mirrors have a unique red and black colour theme.

At the rear, the LED tail lamps are also given a smoked effect. There is an aggressive rear bumper finished in black. The rear glass also has a black tint. Then there is the roof box that has been placed on the roof and has also been finished in black. The roof box helps in improving the practicality of the vehicle as you do not have to fill up your boot space for longer items. It is not mentioned what all changes have been made to the interior of the vehicle. The description also not says anything about mechanical changes being made to the vehicle.

Hyundai Creta re-imagined as a low rider looks wickedly cool

Having said that the Creta was launched in India last year and Hyundai has already started working on a facelift of the Creta. They might be doing this because the current design of the Creta was not liked by everyone. They will be changing the front-end design by taking some design elements from Tucson that is sold in the international markets.

There will be no mechanical changes to the car. So, it will continue to offer a diesel engine, a petrol engine and a turbo-petrol engine. All the engines are offered with a 6-speed manual gearbox as standard. The diesel engine would be offered with a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox, the petrol engine will be offered with a CVT automatic gearbox while the turbo petrol will be mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.