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Here is one way to keep your Hyundai Creta exclusive

 
Hyundai Creta Sport

Hyundai Creta is the 2016 Indian Car of the Year.

Launched back in July 2015, the new Hyundai Creta has not only become the best-selling car in the segment, but has also managed to enter the list of best selling cars in India. Available in a choice of two diesel engines and one petrol engine, Hyundai Creta bookings till date have crossed the 1 lakh mark, while waiting period refuses to come down.

With so many Hyundai Creta already on the road, by the end of this year, sighting a Creta will probably as common as sighting a Maruti Swift, pun intended. Anyways, in order to keep your Creta exclusive, here is one custom job that can help you.

Hyundai Creta Sport kit

Hyundai Creta Sport kit

Based on Coimbatore, Kit Up Automotive has shared a few images of a kitted-up version of the Hyundai Creta. Changes made to the exterior includes body coloured lower bumper with LED DRL added next to the circular foglight, low profile tyres wrapped around sleek custom black sporty alloys, plastic cladding on the side and wheel arches custom-painted in body colour, while the rear gets blackened taillights and reflectors with bodycoloured bumper. You can also find a floating roof finished in piano black at the rear.

On the inside, layout remains same. Features dual tone finish of black and brown leather. Seats get perforated soft-touch leather in brown. Engine specs remains same.

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  • UnkwnDesigner

    This looks terrible. The idea of dark coloured lower fenders is to make the visual appeal of the car more sporty and slim. This just makes the car look fat and ugly. Rather, use the surface contours as highlights to make it look distinctive. Designers spend years perfecting each line on the car, highlight that, not just colour the fenders and say its looks like an x6! Study what Alpina or Singer do to revamp cars before throwing in the towel to say it looks unique. Sheesh.