South Korean automaker, Hyundai will soon launch the 2018 Creta facelift in the Indian car market. In fact, Hyundai has started testing the updated Creta on Indian roads. With new updates, Creta facelift will challenge the likes of Renault Captur and the upcoming Nissan Kicks. Here we bring you a list of four changes you can expect in the new Hyundai Creta facelift –
Design changes –
The new Creta facelift will receive changes in line with the Brazilian-spec Creta. It will feature a prominent radiator grille, new air dams, horizontal fog lamps and sculpted bumpers. The rear will be revised too, featuring new taillights and roof spoiler. New dual-tone shades along with new alloy wheels could also be on offer.
The new Creta Facelift will also receive a sunroof variant. It is expected that the top-end variant will get sunroof. This will give it a competitive edge over its competition. Read More….
The cabin won’t receive many changes. Though, it is expected to get new trim and upholstery and revised equipment list. This model is also likely to feature cruise control. Check out – Upcoming Hyundai Cars In India
Revised infotainment system –
The vehicle is also likely to feature a subtly revised touchscreen infotainment system with connected car applications like android auto, apple carplay and mirrorlink, and Bluetooth connectivity. Also See – Skoda Vision X Based Compact SUV Is Coming To India To Rival Hyundai Creta
The vehicle is currently on testing phase. If reports are to be believed, the new model will go on sale before the end of Q2, 2018. A possible launch around May-June can’t be ignored. Under the bonnet, the new Creta will feature the existing engine setup – a 1.4-litre diesel, a 1.6-litre petrol and a 1.6-litre diesel unit. While the gasoline motor delivers 121bhp with 151Nm, the 1.4L and 1.6L oil burner churn out 89bhp with 220Nm and 126bhp with 259Nm respectively.
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