2018 Hyundai Creta Facelift is poised for launch in India next week. Ahead of that, the official brochure has arrived at dealerships, which leaks all the details, except for the price of the new Hyundai Creta.
2018 Hyundai Creta will be available in six variants – E, E+, S, SX, SX (Dual Tone) and SX (O). Single tone exteriors include Polar White, Phantom Black, Sleek Silver, Fiery Red, Stardust Grey, Passion Orange and Marina Blue while two dual tones of Polar White and Phantom Black and Passion Orange and Phantom Black will also be included in the list.
As seen on the model on test, Hyundai Creta gets an electronic sun roof, a cascading front grille, bi-functional projector headlamps, split tail lamps, front and rear skid plates, LED DRLs and diamond cut alloy wheels. Its exterior design also includes a shark fin antenna, chrome accents on door handles and LED turn indicators on ORVMs.
Also new is the smart key, which was first seen on the Tata Nexon. This is a wearable key, which is given along with the standard set of keys to customers. This key is useful in situations where you do not want to carry a key in your pocket. For example, when you go to the gym, or for a run. This key acts kust like an normal key, allows you to open door, start the car, etc.
Interiors are seen with 2 way power driver seat, cruise control, wireless phone charging, advanced supervision cluster and sliding front arm rests. The seats are done up in leather with central arm rest with cup holders. Rear AC vents, door scuff plates, electronically adjustable ORVMs, 60:40 split seats, storage space on console and luggage net and hooks are also revealed in the brochure.
2018 Hyundai Creta Facelift will continue to be powered by same 1.6 liter petrol, 1.6 liter diesel and 1.4 liter diesel engines as seen on its earlier counterpart. The 1.6 liter VTVT petrol offers 123 PS power and 150 Nm torque. The 1.6 liter CRDi VGT diesel offers 128 PS power and 260 Nm torque while the 1.4 liter CRDi diesel is capable of 90 PS power and 220 Nm torque. These engines get mated to 6 speed manual and automatic transmissions.
Take a look at the brochure of 2018 Hyundai Creta below –