Hyundai Creta 7-seater Model Imagined Digitally

by Yatharth Singh Chauhan | 01/04/2020
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Based on the recent spy image, IAB's expert digital illustrator have come up with a rendering of the Hyundai Creta 7-seater to help you visualize the upcoming model

Recently, we had the first-ever look at a test mule of the Hyundai Creta 7-seater model, which was spotted testing with heavy camouflage on its home turf in South Korea. Based on the spy photograph, IAB has come up with a digital rendering that helps us visualize the new model.

Hyundai Creta 7-seater Model Imagined Digitally

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It may be noted here that the 7-seater Hyundai Creta comes into focus merely days after its launch in the Indian market. While the introduction of the bigger version is at least a year away from us, it’s still quite heartening to see the South Korean carmaker giant sticking to its plan of coming up with a XL-size version of its hot-selling C-SUV. As can be seen in the rendering we have here,  the 7-seater model will carry some visual changes over its 5-seater sibling.

The biggest updates will be seen in the side profile, where the SUV will get a longer rear overhang to accommodate an additional row of seats. Even the C-pillar will be slimmer, which should make things a bit less claustrophobic for the occupants of the third-row of seats. At the front-end, the SUV will feature an updated radiator grille and parking sensors for the bumper. Other highlights include a flat roofline and new roof rails.

Hyundai Creta 7-seater Model Imagined Digitally

The 7-seater version of the second-gen Hyundai Creta will feature a distinctive side profile to help onlookers easily distinguish between the two iterations of the popular SUV.

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The 7-seater version of the Hyundai Creta will likely debut by the year-end and will be to the 5-seater version what the MG Hector Plus is to the Hector and the Tata Gravitas is to the Harrier. In all likelihood, all the engine and transmission options will be shared with the smaller sibling. Even the equipment list is unlikely to see a significant variation.

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