Hyundai Creta will be launched on March 17, 2020 - these sketches are a sneak peek at the overall cabin design and colour combination, which will be available to customers.
The second-generation Hyundai Creta is about to be launched in a months’ time. The interior design sketches that are available in the public domain clearly indicate the increased sporty appeal in its overall silhouette. Hyundai will further increase the quality and finish to make a stronger case against its direct rivals. With Kia Seltos and MG Hector offering tough competition, Creta will get a bigger landscape infotainment screen with connected car technologies for the new generation car buyers. Besides enhancing space for all occupants, the sketch shows Hyundai highlighting the boot capacity, which might be increased in this new generation model.
Hyundai is well known for packaging all its vehicles with lots of in-cabin technologies. Creta was already well equipped, which makes it interesting to see how Hyundai will deliver more than what the rivals have to offer. This includes the obvious addition of embedded SIM connectivity and advanced telematics for vehicle monitoring. Seats and upholstery will be upgraded with better cushioning and support. The steering wheel is flat-bottomed, which allows easy ingress and egress for the driver. Hyundai said Creta will offer better driving dynamics to engage drivers in spirited driving. Engine options will be shared with the sibling rival Seltos, including a wide array of BS 6 engines and transmissions to pick from. However, no official details are out on the Creta, making all these statements as likely assumptions. So, expect naturally-aspirated petrol, turbocharged petrol and diesel engines with manual and automatic transmission options.