2020 Hyundai Creta will be available with many segment-first features and BS6-ready petrol and diesel engine options to try and take back the crown from Kia Seltos.
In the run-up to the official launch of the 2020 Hyundai Creta, Hyundai Motor India Ltd has commenced bookings for the 2020 Creta in India. The new-gen Creta will be one of the biggest car launches of this year. The new model will help the carmaker take back the numero-uno position in the SUVs segment from the Kia Seltos.
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The South Korean carmaker has announced the commencement of bookings for the 2020 Creta in India for a refundable token amount of Rs 25,000. The launch of the next-gen Creta is scheduled for March 17, 2020.
The existing Creta has been a roaring success for Hyundai as it dominated the country’s mid-size SUV segment before the introduction of the Kia Seltos. With the generation change, the compact SUV is now more modern, gets advanced features and technologies, new engine option and larger dimensions. With this, Hyundai aims to the take back the crown for the Creta from the hand of its cousin, Kia Seltos.
The next-gen Hyundai Creta boasts of massive changes inside-out and is set to be launched on March 17.
The new-gen Creta resembles its Chinese-spec sibling, Hyundai ix25 and gets a completely revised exterior over the previous-gen model. It now features split headlamps, LED DRLs, new LED tail lamps along with sharper styling elements on its external package.
On the inside, the all-new SUV will also boast of a larger touchscreen infotainment system, panoramic sunroof, automatic climate control, multifunction steering, air purifier, electrically-adjustable seats, ambient lighting and more. Furthermore, the new-gen SUV will be available with Hyundai’s BlueLink connectivity suite which debuted in the Hyundai Venue.
The new-gen Creta will come with Hyundai's BlueLink connected features which debuted in the Hyundai Venue.
The 2020 Hyundai Creta will be powered by BS6-compliant 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines, both of which will be mated to 6-speed MT or an AT option. While the former can produce 115 PS of max power and 144 Nm of torque, the latter will be capable of generating 115 PS and 250 Nm of torque. A 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol mill is said to be added to the Creta’s range at a later date.