Here's another set of renderings of the upcoming 7-seater Hyundai Creta and it does look good this way.
Hyundai has recently launched the new-gen Creta in the Indian market. Following its launch, the spy shots of a bigger version of the Creta with an extra row of seats started floating on the internet. It is confirmed that Hyundai will be launching a 7-seater version of the car. However, there are multiple perceptions about the way it will look. We earlier shared the renderings created by our in-house digital rendering expert to shed a light on the car’s appearance. But, today we got a new set of renderings on our hands, created by Kleber Silva. These renderings showcase different styling perspective for the bigger 7-seater Creta.
Absence of the silver insert on the upper window line has improved the overall appeal of the car.
In the images, it can be seen that the car continues with an identical front end as the 5-seater version of the car. However, the grille features a filleted-quadrilateral pattern in places of the straight-line mesh. Moving on to the sides, that is where the changes are noteworthy. The silhouette is now overhauled with extended glass-area after the b-pillar, giving it a matured appeal. The silver insert seen on the outgoing car has been bid a goodbye here for a good reason. Also, the roof rails are extended all the way back to the D-pillar, while the D-pillar features a nice vent-like element around the glass area. Addition of a new design for the alloys wheels, new placement for ORVMs, and redesigned C-pillar have dramatically changed the car’s appeal.
The rear facet on the 7-seater Creta will be nowhere comparable to the 7-seater version of the car. While the smaller 5-seater Creta has the drooping effect to the rear fascia, the 7-seater Creta will feature a rather upright stance for its tailgate. Also, the tail lamps will boast of a simpler yet elegant design. Do not expect the vertically-split drama here. But this rendering shows they’ll be connected to each other to showcase the width of the car. The other noticeable change on the rear here is the redesigned scuff plate with twin mufflers for the exhaust. Overall, the car looks matured and graceful in this rendering.
The connected tail lamps of Creta in this rendering accentuate the width of the car.
The drivetrain and powertrain options on the 7-Seater Creta are expected to be the same as the 5-seater car. Currently, the Creta is offered with 3 engine options – 115 PS petrol, 115 PS diesel, and a 140 PS turbo-petrol. The gearbox options comprise of a 6-speed manual, 6-speed automatic, and a 7-speed DCT. A new 2.0L turbo-diesel engine is also expected to do duties on the 7-seater Creta to lug around the extra weight with much pace.