Here, we have a render of the new 2020 Hyundai Creta in a 7-seater avatar. The render was made by our in-house design artist and is based on the spy pics of the 7-seater Creta.
The next-generation Hyundai Creta has been recently launched in the Indian market and it has managed to sell in a decent number despite the sales slowdown and nationwide lockdown. Recently, there have been sightings of a 7-seater version of the Creta and based on those spy pictures, IndianAutosBlog has created digital renderings of the upcoming Hyundai Creta 7-seater model.
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Regular readers would be aware that IndianAutosBlog is the sister publication of IndianAuto. The digital renderings seen here are prepared by Shoeb R. Kalania, our in-house digital artist. In the pictures below, it can be seen that the 7-seater Creta retains the same headlamp design as the regular Creta. Even the fog lamps are the same. The front grille, however, has been updated and the air dam is also different.
The side profile has a little addition in length (obviously!), but the wheelbase remains constant. The C-pillar has been thinned-down and a rear-quarter has been added, thus increasing the greenhouse area inside the car. At the rear, you’ll notice a few minor changes. The taillights are now two single-piece units on either side, instead of the vertically-split units on the regular Creta. The skid-plate is also slightly redesigned.
While the looks are slightly altered compared to the 5-seater model, the mechanicals will remain the same. There will be three engines on offer- a 1.5-litre petrol, a 1.5-litre turbo-diesel, and probably a 1.4-litre turbo-petrol as well. The 1.5 petrol will be available with an option of either a 5-speed manual or a CVT gearbox. The diesel motor will be offered with a 6-speed manual as well, but the automatic option will be a 6-speed torque-converter instead. As for the turbo-petrol, it will only have a 7-speed DCT on offer.
There is no confirmation if the 7-seater Creta will go on sale in India, but considering MG and Tata’s plans to enter the Hector Plus and Gravitas, respectively, into the Indian market, Hyundai might bring this SUV to our country next year.