New Hyundai Creta facelift to get connected lights, new alloy wheels
Hyundai is currently preparing to introduce the much awaited new Creta facelift. The South Korean carmaker has scheduled it debut in India for 16th January, 2024. We believe they will reveal the car first and then launch it later with the price announcement after a few weeks of its debut. The final rounds of testing are being done and the latest prototype reveals some interesting details.
As we all know, Hyundai will make considerable changes in terms of styling, so the new facelift will follow the latest design DNA that was found recently on the new Hyundai Santa Fe and Exter. It will get squarish details with H-shaped elements like tail lights and LED DRLs. The latest spy shot reveals a new element, which is the connected tail light. There is an LED bar on the tailgate which connects the two lights, following the new trend from its siblings and cousins like Hyundai Venue facelift, Verna, Kia Sonet and Seltos facelift.
Apart from this, you can also notice the new diamond cut alloy wheel design which gets very busy detailing. There’s a new footstep as well that look wide and seems to be functional. It will add to the convenience of ingress and egress for the elderly and children.
Other exterior changes will be new parametric grille design, new LED headlights, redesigned tail gate and new front and rear bumpers. You can expect some new colour options as well. The interior will get revised dashboard with dual screen setup and new high resolution instrument cluster borrowed from the Alcazar.
New features will include ADAS, 360 degree camera, ventilated front seats, dashcam, sunblinds, premium audio system and more. Engine options will include 1.5-litre NA petrol, 1.5-litre turbo petrol and 1.5-litre diesel with automatic and manual transmission options.
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