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2020 Hyundai Creta steals the show at Auto Expo


Hyundai India pulls the wraps off one of the most anticipated and most awaited model in its model line-up. The car is none other than the second generation Creta which made its debut at the ongoing 2020 Delhi Auto Expo.

The new Hyundai Creta adopts a design language which is very different from the one on the current Creta. The car now appears bigger, sleeker and much more muscular as well. The face gets a longer bonnet flanked by split headlamp design with a c-shape like daytime running light pattern. It also receives a bigger iteration of the cascading front grille, a beefier bumper and a bigger skid plate with sharp looking fog lights. A closer look at the fog lamps reveal the fact that the turn indicators have been integrated into them as well.

The side profile on a whole follows a neat look with a few creases and shoulder lines, however the squared off wheel arches with diamond cut alloy wheels, silver finish roofline, silver roof rails and silver skid plates doo add a lot of drama to the look.


At the back, the new Creta again follows the split taillamp layout along with a nicely detailed tailgate and a large roof spoiler. Lower down there’s a dual tone finish for the rear bumper with curvy reverse lights, a skid plate and a faux air inlet.

The interior has not been revealed but a peak in does reveal quite a bit of the new Creta’s interior. First up the cabin sports a very different look from the ix25’s interior. It gets vertically placed touchscreen along which is expected to come loaded to the gills with Hyundai’s famed Blulink connected tech being one of the features on offer. The cabin is also expected to be roomier, while it could also liberate a lot more space for the back seat passengers this time around.


The 2020 second generation Hyundai Creta is expected to get its power sourced from the Kia Seltos. This means a 1.5 litre petrol and diesel could make it to the car along with manual and dual clutch automatics as well.

The Hyundai Creta is slated for a March 2020 launch and when it does come it will take on the Kia Seltos, Renault Captur among a host of other rivals including the upcoming midsize SUV from Maruti Suzuki.


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