Hyundai Creta Interiors Updated Close Up
The interiors now get Piano Black touches

The interiors of Hyundai Creta have been updated to match the recently launched Knight Edition

Hyundai India has silently updated the interiors of its popular C+ segment SUV, Creta. It’s now in line with the recently launched Knight Edition of the SUV. The updates have increased the premiumness and feel-good factor of the interiors.

All this time, the centre console and steering wheel control surrounds had a dull plasticky finish even on the top-end models. They even lacked any texture or detailing. But, now, all these areas get a premium High Gloss Piano Black finish.

The changes have been noticed on a top-end SX(O) iVT model. Sources said, at least for now, the new trim is available only on the top-end models. But, there are chances for the updates to get featured on the mid-level trims too in the near future.

Hyundai Creta Interiors Updated
The changes are in line with the Knight Edition

When we compare these changes with that of the Knight Edition’s console, the latter only gets additional red inserts on the air con vents. But, other than these areas, the special edition features many cool updates.

On the outside, the Knight Edition sports a new glossy black grille with red inserts, glossy black skid plates at the front and the rear, C-pillar garnish, side sill garnish, roof rails, ORVMs, shark fin antenna, and blackened tail lamp inserts.

The new edition gets body-coloured door handles, dark chrome finish to the emblem, red front brake callipers, Knight Edition emblem at the rear, and dark metal coloured alloy wheels.

Hyundai Creta Interiors Updated Old
The centre console of the earlier model

Other features include panoramic sunroof, triple-beam LED headlamps, LED DRLs, all-black interiors, coloured stitching/piping for the steering wheel and seats. As part of new updates, Hyundai has also introduced TPMS as a standard fitment.

So, even after these interior updates, it’s the Knight Edition that still seals the deal, at least, on the styling front. It’s definitively worth the extra investment unless the customer doesn’t like flashy detailing.

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