Here's India's First N-Line-inspired Modified Hyundai Creta

by Harish Kumar | 29/03/2020
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Check out this modified Hyundai Creta that has transformed into a sportier N-line version of the older-gen SUV

The 2020 Hyundai Creta has been on sale in the Indian market for quite some time now. While people hold very polarizing views on the look of the new-gen Creta, the design of the last-gen model is hugely received by the Indian auto enthusiasts. The previous-gen Hyundai Creta is also a popular model among the car modification fanatics. Here is how India’s first N-Line-inspired modified Hyundai Creta looks like.

Digital to Reality Creta modified & converted to Hyundai N-line | Vinay Kapoor

In its original form, the said Hyundai Creta looked quited handsome, especially when you can ignore a few minor scratches on the body. The modifier named Vinay Kapoor shows a rendering image of the modified Hyundai Creta that he wishes it could be in real life and the final outcome is probably more than what he imagined.

older-gen hyundai creta front angle

Among the most attractive modifications on the outside of the modified Hyundai Creta include a sharp front guard and rear diffuser. The chrome elements on the body have been blackened-out and that looks extremely premium. There’s also a pretty comprehensive set of body decals, which also adds to the car’s sportiness. It also features an all-black grille up front along with a bug deflector fitted above the headlamps that not only enhances the car’s overall aggressive look but also deflect the big deposition on the windscreen during the nighttime running.

modified hyundai creta front angle

The Predator kit is even seen at the sides and rear profile. The black body cladding has been tweaked to give it a fresher look. Also, the custom black graphics are made for the same visual appeal.

modified hyundai creta red side profile

The cabin of the modified Hyundai Creta has witnessed a host of changes as well, being a new diamond-stitch leatherette seats cover and a new dashboard layout. A Tesla-inspired touchscreen that gets Android Auto supports takes up most of the prominence on the dashboard, thus giving the cabin a clean look. The matte carbon fibre treatment that’s quite similar to the ones on wing mirrors also make ways to the dashboard of the vehicle.

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It remains to know the exact costs of the mod jobs on the Hyundai Creta. In the stock form, the current-gen Creta is priced at around Rs 9.99 – 17.2 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The 2020 Creta gets a revolutionary change on its exterior while borrowing the same set of engines from its successful cousin, Kia Seltos.

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