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Hyundai Creta Sport Variant Revealed

Hyundai Creta Sport Features

The Hyundai Creta Sport features more aggressive stance and sportier design bits than the standard Creta.

Hyundai Creta has been a runway success for the South Korean carmaker in the Indian market. The company also introduced the company SUV in global markets including Brazil (early this year). Aiming to boost its sales, the carmaker has now revealed a sportier version of the Creta. Called the Hyundai Creta Sport, this new model will go on sale in the Brazilian market in November, 2017.

There is no official word about the India launch of the Creta Sport variant. Though, we believe that the sportier and distinctive looks of this new model will surely appeal Indian buyers. Check Out – New Verna Detailed Picture Gallery

Hyundai Creta Sport Picture Gallery 

Visually, the Hyundai Creta Sport appears more aggressive than the regular model. The new sport version features a blacked-out grille and a gloss-black skid plate. Styling elements such as black outside rear view mirrors (ORVMs) and new 17-inch alloy wheels further enhance its sporty apepal. The car gets black accents throughout the body. Round the back, the Creta Sport version features a new rear spoiler and a gloss black skid plat. Other key highlights include a shark fin antenna and roof rails in a black finish. Read About – Hyundai Kona Compact SUV

Interior, too, has been revised with subtle aesthetic and feature upgrades. The car has a dark theme with black leather seat upholstery and black headliner.

Hyundai Creta Sport variant

The steering wheel, AC vents and gear lever have blacked-out surrounding instead of a brushed aluminium finish. Though, the door handles continue to come with chrome treatment. The Hyundai Creta Sport also receives a new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity. Check Out:Upcoming Hyundai Cars in India

No changes have been made under the skin. The Brazil-spec new Creta Sport continues to feature a 2.0-litre flex-fuel, four-liter engine paired to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. While running on petrol this motor produces 156bhp with187.31Nm of torque, and power worth 166bhp with 201.04Nm of torque running on ethanol.

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