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Upcoming Hyundai Creta New

Hyundai Creta New
March 2020 Expected Launch
10 - 17 Lakhs Expected Price

The second generation Hyundai Creta was unveiled in China as the ix25 and will most likely be the same car that will come to India next year.

Where the first generation Creta was square and leaned towards the old school SUV design, this one moves towards the crossover shape that has become common with the current crop Hyundai SUVs. The honeycomb grille gets chrome surrounds while the headlamps have moved a step down to make way for a pair of sleek LED running lamps.

In profile, the roofline has been lowered and slopes into the rear that has now become wider. Here too the lamps have been moved a step down and in their place has come a massive LED light bar. There’s a large number of curved elements on the hatch door and these add well to the styling quotient of the car.

The second generation Creta is likely to share its engines with its sibling the Kia Seltos. This means the 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines as well as the 1.4-litre GDi petrol that’s expected to be offered only on specific models. This means both manual gearbox options as well automatic options across the range.

There’s no official word on the interiors or the power train options for the Chinese market, but we expect the latter to be carried over from the outgoing model. As for the former, it appears that this car has grown in length and will also get a new host of features and driver aids.

When brought here as the second generation Creta in 2020, it will takes on the likes of the Nissan Kicks, Kia SP2i, Maruti S-Cross and the Honda BR-V.

Key Specifications

key specificaiton
  • 1.5-litre petrol and diesel

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