In this article, we are going to present to you a lower-spec Hyundai Creta which has been equipped with some aftermarket features including Audi-inspired matrix LED tail bar light.
The Hyundai Creta, undoubtedly, is one of the most popular SUVs in the segment. The car competes against the MG Hector and Kia Seltos. Nowadays, aftermarket accessories for the new-gen Creta have been available in the Indian auto market. Customers have also begun to install their Creta with these extra features. This video shows a lower-trim Hyundai Creta which has been equipped with some aftermarket features including matrix LED tail bar light. Firstly, let’s have a look at the video.
Uploaded by Vig Auto Accessories on their Youtube channel, the video begins by showing the Audi-inspired LED bar on the boot. The Hyundai Creta has already come with an LED bar on the boot lid; however, this aftermarket unit even measures greater in length and connects the tail lamps. The LED bar matches in style with the turn indicators, which help the fit and finish of the light look very elegant.
This is a lower-spec Hyundai Creta which does not come with many features on the higher variants such as a shark fin antenna and fog lights. However, as seen in the video, it has been installed with a genuine Hyundai fog lights and shark fin antenna, which gives the SUV a premium appearance. On the side profile, the Creta is equipped with rain visors and a chrome garnish mounted on the window line. The ORVMs now also come with automatic folding function.
As regards the interior, the Hyundai Creta comes with an ice pearl cabin paint scheme which contributes to its premium feel. The steering wheel has also been wrapped with soft leather and comes with mounted control buttons. The door pads come with an ice pearl colour scheme; illuminated scuff plates are available on the doors; the aftermarket infotainment system shows the data from the aftermarket reverse parking camera. Besides, it is also equipped with 3D mats, roof rails and lamination.
The Hyundai Creta receives three motor options. The first one is a 1.5-litre NA gasoline burner which can generate 113 BHP against 142 Nm and is mated with an MT/CVT. The second one is a 1.4-litre turbo unit which can deliver 140 BHP against 238 Nm and is paired with a 7-speed DCT. The most popular engine attracting more than 60% of their customers is the 1.5-litre unit oil burner which can produce 115 BHP against 250 Nm and is coupled with a 6-speed MT/torque converter.