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Hyundai Creta modified by owner for Rs 2 lakhs – Names it Archer

A bestseller in its segment, Hyundai Creta is among the preferred cars to undergo customization jobs. Creta already has stylish looks and comes with a host of features, but some owners are just not satisfied and want things in their own special way.

Customization jobs performed on Creta in the country have been a mixed bag till date, with some being truly remarkable whereas others not so tasteful. If you think you have seen it all, think again because this new Creta modification looks truly spectacular and it’s difficult to tell if this is a mod job or a new limited edition model launched by Hyundai.

This grand Creta modification is credited to its Kerala-based owner Sherin Sivanandan, who has done most things on his own. He has even given a name to his modified Creta, which he now calls as ‘Archer’. It sure sounds catchy and resonates with the look and feel of the car. Modifications on the Archer not only enhance Creta’s exterior appeal, but also make the interiors come alive with bright shades of red.

Modified Creta immediately grabs your attention with its dapper looks and low-rider stance. It has a new front bumper that replaces the stock one and features LED DRLs and custom designed blacked lip spoiler. Front grille has been retained, but it has been redone in gloss black finish. Chrome accents have also been removed for a cleaner look. Customized eyelids have been added to the headlamps, which looks quite cool.

To achieve the sporty dual-tone exterior look, entire roof has been painted in gloss black, all the way to the white-coloured roof mounted spoiler at the rear. On the sides, ORVMs also get the black treatment and side skirts have been installed to enhance the low-rider effect. Archer replaces stock wheels with Radi8 18-inch units that are now shod with Accelera performance tyres.

At the rear, key changes include a new customized low riding bumper, blacked out tail lamps, and blacked out diffuser. To improve Archer’s aural appeal, an Akrapovic aftermarket exhaust tip has also been added at the rear.

Interior modifications are just as dynamic as the exteriors, featuring contrasting dual-tone red and black colour scheme. Red theme can be seen on the doors, dashboard and steering wheel. Stock seats have been replaced with customized units that look a lot more premium and comfy. Seats are done in crimson leather, which further enhances the glorious looking interiors.

Archer is one of the cleanest customization jobs we have seen in recent times. It took the owner around 45 days and approximately Rs 2 lakh to complete the modifications. Hats off to Mr Sherin for creating this beauty!

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