Hyundai Creta Diamond Concept Breaks Cover in Brazil

Hyundai Creta Diamond Concept

The Hyundai Creta Diamond Edition is based on the range-topping Prestige (Brazil-spec) variant.

The South Korean carmaker has finally taken the wraps off the Hyundai Creta Diamond concept at the 2018 Dao Paulo Motor Show in Brazil. Hyundai says that the Creta Diamond Edition “is an exercise to showcase design possibilities and equipment that we can consider in the future for the Creta line”. Read – New-gen Hyundai Creta 7-Seater SUV Rendered 

Designed by Hyundai Brazil team, the Hyundai Creta Diamond concept is based on the range-topping Prestige (Brazil-spec) variant retailed in the South American market. Painted in ‘Deep Dive Blue’ shade, the new edition has 200 revised components including multiple aesthetic changes, premium finishes, latest technologies and accessories inside the cabin.

Hyundai Creta Diamond Concept Pictures

The black panoramic sunroof enhances its new sporty looks. The new edition sits on larger machined 19-inch alloy wheels fitted with 245/45R19 tyres. Other styling highlights include black-coloured ORVMs, revised LED taillamps and body-coloured plastic cladding. Read – 8 New Hyundai Cars For India

Inside, the Hyundai Creta Diamond concept features a dual-tone dashboard with White paint on the gear knob and steering wheel.  It also gets special microfiber seats finished in caramel and ivory shades along with unique interior trims and special badging.

The Hyundai Creta Diamond concept also offers a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, which is compatible to Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It also supports navigation system. For entertainment purpose, there is a JBL audio system with six speakers, three amplifiers and a 750Watt sub-woofer. The SUV offers dual 10-inch screens for the second row occupants. Check Out – Hyundai Saga small SUV Concept Pictures

Power for the Hyundai Creta Diamond concept comes from a 2.0L petrol engine paired to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. The power output of the motor stands at 156bhp. In Brazil, the Creta takes on the cars like Nissan Juke, Honda HR-V and Renault Duster.

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