Hyundai Creta Facelift Set to Unveil in India on January 16

Hyundai Creta Facelift Set to Unveil in India on January 16

Anticipation rises as Hyundai gears up to unveil the facelifted version of its popular mid-size SUV, the Hyundai Creta, scheduled for its debut in India on January 16, 2024. Hyundai's powerful 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol engine will make its debut in the future model, along with a redesigned exterior and an abundance of new features inside the cabin.

Exterior Styling Enhancements

  1. Split Headlamp Setup: The facelifted Creta will feature a distinctive split headlamp setup. The headlamp housing, redesigned to be slimmer and vertically mounted adds a touch of modernity to the SUV's front profile.
  2. Revamped Rear Profile: Expect substantial revisions to the rear profile, marked by larger tail lamps. Speculations suggest the possibility of a full-width illuminated light strip drawing inspiration from Verna's design language.
  3. Bigger Wheels: Embracing larger 18-inch wheels, akin to the ones showcased on the Alcazar, the new Creta aims to elevate its aesthetic appeal and on-road presence.

Interior Upgrades and New Features

  1. Cabin Refinement: Inside the cabin, Hyundai is set to elevate the overall refinement, introducing new upholstery for a premium feel.
  2. Digital Instrument Cluster: A fully digital and colored instrument cluster is on the cards, providing drivers with advanced visual information.
  3. ADAS Technology: The facelifted Creta is anticipated to incorporate Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) technology, enhancing safety and driving convenience.
  4. Carryover Features: Features that have resonated well with users, such as the panoramic sunroof, 10.25-inch infotainment system, ventilated front seats, and the distinctive four-spoke steering design, are likely to be retained from the current model.

Powerhouse Performance with 1.5-Litre Turbo Petrol Engine

The facelifted Hyundai Creta will be propelled by Hyundai's robust 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine. Generating an impressive 158bhp this powertrain has proven its mettle in other Hyundai models like the Verna and Alcazar.

Competition Landscape

Upon its launch in 2024, the new Creta will continue to navigate the competitive landscape, locking horns with rivals such as the new Kia Seltos, Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara, MG Astor, Toyota Hyryder, Honda Elevate, and Skoda Kushaq.

As the countdown begins to the unveiling Hyundai enthusiasts and SUV aficionados eagerly await the debut of the refreshed Hyundai Creta poised to redefine driving experiences and set new benchmarks in the mid-size SUV segment.