Wondering, how an all-black Hyundai Creta would look like? Take a look at this digital rendering of all-black Hyundai Creta, which is inspired by Tata Harrier Dark Edition.
Hyundai Creta in its second-gen avatar managed to top the sales chart amidst pandemic. It seems like Hyundai has designed a perfect car with various engine-gearbox combinations and multiple trim levels that tick right boxes for almost everyone. Moreover, Hyundai has priced it quite aggressively with a starting price of Rs. 9.99 lakh for both petrol and diesel variants. 2020 Creta is one of the few SUVs that are offered in a black paint scheme from the factory. Although, it misses out on all-black avatar like the Tata Harrier Dark Edition, which we think would make it look even better. On this note, along with us agreed our in-house rendering specialist – Shoeb R. Kalania. He then thought of creating a digital render of the same.
The result of his efforts can be seen in the picture above. The all-black Dark Edition of the Hyundai Creta looks awesome. It gives the SUV a stealth appeal. While the dark edition of the Creta looks like that it sports a lot of differences in comparison to its regular counterpart with a black paint scheme, it isn’t actually the case. The only changes that it gets include black-finish for the radiator grille, front and rear scuff plates, alloy wheels, roof rails, door handles, and silver lightning arc.
Rest everything, however, remains the same as is the case with the stock iteration of 2020 Creta. The new-gen Creta is a decently loaded car. It comes equipped with an all-digital instrument cluster, 10.25-inch touchscreen for infotainment unit with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, Bose sound system, automatic climate control, ventilated front seats, wireless phone charging pad, electronic parking brake with auto-hold function, panoramic sunroof and more.
2020 Hyundai Creta is offered with three engine options – 1.5L petrol, 1.5L diesel, and 1.4L turbo-petrol. The 1.5L NA petrol motor is capable of putting out a rated power output of 115 PS and max torque of 144 Nm. The 1.5L oil burner, however, develops 115 PS of peak power against 250 Nm of peak torque. The smallest motor on the lot – 1.4L turbo-petrol, it produces 140 PS of rated power output and 242 Nm of peak torque. The gearbox options on the new-gen Creta include a 6-speed MT, CVT, 6-speed AT, and 7-speed DCT.