The Hyundai Creta is unarguably the leader in the compact SUV game, though it was left behind in sales last month by the Kia Seltos. The stylish compact SUV also commands a premium resale value due to its popularity and market demand. The aftermarket accessories and fitment market for the Hyundai Creta are also much developed than for any other vehicle in its segment. There have been various examples of modified Hyundai Creta in India with customised interiors, modified exteriors or both. The video below by Turbo Xtreme shows us another Creta that gets several modifications on its exteriors as well as the interiors.
As seen in the video, this Hyundai Creta has been transformed inside out. Painted in black, it gets a full set of chrome inserts on the outside which compliment the dark shade. The front end of the SUV now sports a custom chrome grille with several sharp tooth-like projections on it. The silver scuff plate below the bumper also gets chrome surrounds while the fog lamps feature LED DRLs positioned along their sides. Simply put, the front end of the car looks elegant and more impressive than the stock vehicle.
Not much is different on the sides apart from the aftermarket side steps that carry a stylish pattern to match the alloy wheel design. The rear end is where things again get interesting. The lower bumper end now sports a custom silver diffuser with twin exhaust tips, which are non-functional of course. The taillights have been replaced by aftermarket units that come with a multitude of patterns. These LED units have sweeping matrix-style indicators along with an attractive looking pattern for the stoplight glow. The taillights are accompanied by LED reflectors mounted on each side of the bumper.
Moving over to the interiors of this Creta, they are completely draped in red and black now. The seats get red and black leather covers with red stitching which looks pretty good. The dashboard and the door pads have been finished in red paint that gives a soft leather feel upon being touched. The A, B, and C pillars have also been draped in red from the inside.
Talking about the Hyundai Creta, the compact SUV will get a generation upgrade next year. This next-generation Creta will have a radically different design than the outgoing model and will also grow in size. Going by the reports, it will come with a large Tesla-like infotainment system along with ambient lights and several other unique features that are not present on the current-gen model. The car will share its engine options with the recently launched Kia Seltos, which means it will get two petrol and one diesel engine option. Expect the India-spec model of the Creta to be inveiled during the 2020 Delhi Auto Expo with a launch following in the subsequent months.