This Hyundai Creta's interior has been trimmed with black leather upholstery and blue highlights to give the cabin an upmarket appeal.
2020 Hyundai Creta has been recently launched in the Indian market. As of now, the carmaker has garnered over 20,000 bookings for the SUV. The new Creta features a futuristic design on the outside. On the inside, the interior is designed rather conventionally with a black-beige theme. The colourway looks nice; however, it is quite common around the cars, nowadays. But the aftermarket modifiers are always there to take care of one’s personal liking. And, here’s a video from Car Styelin’s YouTube channel, which depicts the same. In the video, there is an S-variant of the Hyundai Creta, which has been restyled with an all-black theme for the interior with an upmarket look.
The interior of this Creta has been draped in black leather now. Gone are the beige panels that infused an airy feel in the cabin. Starting with the door panels first, they have been trimmed with black leather. Faux carbon insert with a blue tinge is also added around the door handles. The dashboard, steering wheel, and front centre armrest are wrapped in black leather as well.
Moving on to the seats, they come with fabric upholstery from the factory. Now, they have been upholstered in the same black leather as the other bits in the cabin. However, they do feature perforated texture on the backrest and on the seat base. The modifier confirms that the bolstering on the seats has been altered to a certain extent. This was done to offer more support and comfort to the occupants. Also, it can be seen in the video, that the tuner has used double-thread stitching at all places. And, a blue coloured thread has been used to highlight the interiors in conjunction with the car’s body paint.
The all-black interior with the blue highlights on the upholstery gives the cabin an upmarket appeal.
The Creta is offered in a total of 3 engine options – 1.5L petrol, 1.4L diesel, and 1.5L diesel. The smallest of the lot is the most powerful one here, with a peak power output of 140 PS and max. torque output of 242 Nm. The 1.5L petrol and diesel motors produce an identical power output of 115 PS, however, their torque output differs a lot from each other. While, the petrol engine dishes out 144 Nm of twisting force, the diesel mill is capable of belting out a peak torque of 250 Nm.