Hyundai Creta visualized with air suspension and roof box

Hyundai Creta visualized with air suspension and roof box


Currently, the best-selling SUV in India is the Hyundai Crete, which has topped the sales charts for several months in a row. In fact, Creta is so popular that it has almost become a brand in its own right. Despite polarizing opinions about the styling of the second-generation Creta, customers love the SUV for its feature-rich, high-quality interior and powerful drive options, which are also among the most diverse in its segment. That said, if you thought the look of the standard Creta was polarizing enough, wait to see this crazy rendition of the Hyundai Creta.

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Currently, the best-selling SUV in India is the Hyundai Crete, which has topped the sales charts for several months in a row. In fact, Creta is so popular that it has almost become a brand in its own right. Despite polarizing opinions about the styling of the second-generation Creta, customers love the SUV for its feature-rich, high-quality interior and powerful drive options, which are also among the most diverse in its segment. That said, if you thought the look of the standard Creta was polarizing enough, wait to see this crazy rendition of the Hyundai Creta.

Hyundai Creta lowering renderingThis is a Hyundai Creta with lowered suspension and a roof rack that gives it a cross-country station wagon look.

This is a digital representation of the Hyundai Creta, where you imagine it to be in the cross-country station wagon body style thanks to the lowered suspension and roof rack. The lowered suspension of this Creta is due to an air suspension system and also gives the SUV a crouched, squat posture. There aren’t many other external cosmetic modifications to this Creta, although it does add some unique accents to the face. The chrome grille was replaced with a completely black grille with new details and the headlights were also fumigated. The artificial underrun protection on the front bumper has also been blackened.

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This Creta can also be seen with a front splitter, which gives the design a sporty element. The new light alloy wheels in the petal design are also very sporty. Given that this Creta sits so low to the ground in this rendering and the wheels are neatly stowed in the wheel arches too, this could even be seen as a fantastic low rider adaptation. To continue the completely black theme, the door handles and roof rails have been darkened. This Creta also comes with side skirts, but the final element that adds the cross-country element is the huge roof rack, which has both practical and aesthetic purposes.

2020 Hyundai Creta Images Action Shot Front ThreeThe Hyundai Creta is available with one of the widest drive options in its class.

For the standard Creta, Hyundai offers two gasoline and one diesel engines with the second generation Creta – there is a 1.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine with a naturally aspirated engine that produces 115 hp and 144 Nm maximum torque. Then there is a 1.4-liter four-cylinder turbo gasoline engine with 140 hp and 242 Nm maximum torque. The diesel engine is a 1.5 liter oil burner with 115 hp and 250 Nm torque. With its three engines, Hyundai offers up to four transmission options. There is a 6-speed manual transmission, a 6-speed torque converter automatic, a CVT transmission and even a 7-speed DCT transmission.

The high-quality SX trim strips of the Creta are equipped with features such as a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and pleCarPlay, wireless charging, a panoramic sliding roof, LED headlights, rear disc brakes and much more. The SX (O) equipment adds further functions such as four airbags, synthetic leather upholstery, ventilated front seats, a fully digital instrument cluster, an electronic parking brake, hill start assist and ESC. While most manufacturers choose the pure gasoline route, despite the higher asking price, 60% of all Creta buyers still opt for the diesel variants. The Hyundai Creta competes with its peers MG Hector, Kia Seltos and Nissan kicks.

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