Hyundai’s Latest Creta Facelift Hits Indian Roads with Bold Design and Enhanced Features: Price, Specifications

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In a dynamic move that is set to shake up the automotive landscape, Hyundai has officially introduced the much-anticipated 2024 Creta facelift. Priced at an introductory Rs 11 lakh for the entry-level E petrol-manual variant, the lineup extends up to Rs 20 lakh for the top-of-the-line SX(O) diesel-automatic trim, offering a range of options to cater to diverse preferences.

Boasting an impressive array of features and a refreshed design, the 2024 Creta facelift comes with a total of 19 variants, showcasing Hyundai’s commitment to providing a vehicle for every type of driver. With five engine options and gearbox combinations, the Creta promises a driving experience that seamlessly blends style, comfort, and performance.

2024 Creta facelift India Price

The newly launched Creta facelift comes with a slight price adjustment, standing Rs 13,000 higher than its pre-facelift counterpart. Notably, the top-spec variant sees a more significant increase, now costing Rs 80,000 more than the previous model. Despite these adjustments, the Creta facelift maintains its competitive positioning within the segment, continuing to offer a compelling package with enhanced features and design updates.

2024 Creta facelift Design and Changes

The 2024 Creta undergoes a comprehensive design overhaul, showcasing more than just a cosmetic touch-up. Hyundai has revamped both the front and rear styling, introducing a larger grille adorned with parametric details. At the forefront, an expansive split headlamp setup steals the spotlight, featuring LED Daytime Running Lamps, sequential indicators, and a distinct light bar positioned atop the grille. The quad-LED main headlamps find their place lower on the bumper, contributing to a refreshed aesthetic. To further enhance the appeal, new scuff plates have been incorporated, effectively toning down the polarizing elements of the pre-facelift model.

Shifting our focus to the rear, the 2024 Creta unveils a bolder design with pronounced angles, complete with full LED tail-lamps and an expansive LED light bar stretching across the width. Accompanying these changes is a redesigned rear bumper, adding a touch of modernity to the overall aesthetic. On the sides, aside from the updated alloy wheels, subtle alterations maintain a sleek profile, making it discreetly challenging to identify this as the 2024 model.

Interior and Features

In a notable interior transformation, Hyundai has introduced a revamped dashboard for the updated Creta. Commanding attention at the forefront is a 10.25-inch touchscreen, receiving a software upgrade, seamlessly merging into the new 10.25-inch digital driver display adopted from the Alcazar. Enhancing functionality, the screen offers three distinct themes and showcases footage from the blind-view monitor upon indicator activation.

Further down the dash, the center console undergoes a redesign, accommodating controls for the newly integrated dual-zone climate control system. Noteworthy changes inside include the introduction of lighter colors and copper details, adding a fresh and contemporary touch to the cabin.

Powertrain

Undergoing a significant mechanical upgrade, the Creta facelift introduces a powerful 160hp, 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine, stepping in for the now-discontinued 140hp, 1.4-litre turbo-petrol unit. This new engine is exclusively mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. Meanwhile, the 115hp, 1.5-litre petrol, and diesel engines remain unchanged, offering the flexibility of manual and automatic gearbox options in their respective configurations. This strategic blend of performance enhancements ensures a dynamic driving experience while retaining the familiar options for Creta enthusiasts.

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