The mid-size SUV Hyundai Creta is the best-selling SUV in its segment, and it is also one of the country’s most popular cars overall. The model is available in several trims and offers a wide range of options for the drivetrain, making it suitable for every type of buyer. The car has garnered significant interest from modification enthusiasts in the country and has become one of the most popular choices for customization. Recently, a YouTube video featuring a sinister-looking modified Creta has been shared.
Musafir Aka Joshi has shared the video of this modified Hyundai Creta on their YouTube channel. The video begins with the vlogger introducing the car and its owner. The presenter first asks the owner about the car’s model, to which the owner replies that it is a 2021 Hyundai Creta SX variant, which is the second-highest trim level. After the introduction, the presenter proceeds with a walkaround of the modified Creta and asks the owner questions about the car’s modifications.
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The vlogger first inquires about the color of the car underneath the wrap, and the owner explains that the car is originally finished in black from the factory. He mentions that the car is legally allowed to be wrapped in satin black as the main color because the RC (Registration Certificate) shows black as the base color. Moving on, the presenter asks the owner about the grille on the car’s front fascia. The owner reveals that the grille originally comes finished in chrome but he had it painted black. He also points out that the headlights have been smoked to give the car a sinister appearance, and the LEDs have been changed to red to resemble devil’s eyes.
Continuing the walkaround, the presenter highlights the lower portion of the front fascia. The owner explains that he has added a universal aftermarket lower front splitter, which further enhances the car’s aggressive look. After discussing the front, the presenter shifts the focus to the SUV’s side and asks the owner about the modifications made there. The owner mentions that he has painted the factory alloy wheels black and added 30 percent window tint. He also reveals that the silver side panels and mirrors have been wrapped in carbon fiber to enhance the sportiness.
Next, the owner showcases the car from the rear and mentions that he has applied a black film on the rear window. Additionally, the lights have been slightly tinted to complement the car’s black theme. The owner also reveals that, in terms of performance, he has replaced the car’s exhaust with a custom-made resonator and a full straight pipe. Moving inside the car, the owner explains that not many modifications have been made to the interior. In response to the presenter’s question about the total cost of the modifications, the owner states that he has spent approximately Rs 1.5 lakh on the car so far.
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