Hyundai Creta 2018 facelift revealed with a Santa Fe look

May 09, 2018 | Same topic: Auto industry: Latest updates
The Hyundai Creta 2018 facelift receives more than a nip and tuck in its exterior, interior and technologies.

The Hyundai Creta 2018 facelift has been recently unveiled, showing great updates in its exterior, interior and technologies. The Creta 2018 now follows the new corporate appearance of the Korean brand. It receives a wider and bigger hexagonal grille which is strikingly similar to the Santa Fe. The grille’s decor adds to the “T-shape” style of the dashboard.

Hyundai Creta 2018 facelift angular front

The Creta 2018 now follows the new corporate appearance of the Korean brand

Towards a bolder design, the front bumpers are also redesigned with more specific cornering edges, fresh fog lamps and a fake skid plate made of the apron.

Meanwhile, the rest of the car body stays almost unchanged, except for some minor tweaks to earn the crossover a fresh look. New diamond-cut alloy wheels and roof rails are parts of the small modifications. Like the front fascia, the Hyundai Creta 2018 facelift gets an all-new rear bumper, which also features a fake skid plate.

Hyundai Creta 2018 facelift angular rear

Like the front fascia, the redesigned Creta 2018 facelift gets an all-new rear bumper

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Stepping inside, the cabin doesn’t come with significant updates, compared to the pre-facelift model. Being outstanding in the interior are new materials and a bigger 8’’ touchscreen, a TFT screen and fresh graphics in the instrument cluster.

Under the hood, the Hyundai Creta 2018 facelift is expected to be powered by the same engine as the current model, including a 1.4L, 1.6L gas and 1.6L turbodiesel engine. The standard unit is combined with a 6-speed manual transmission while the 1.6L gas and diesel are mated to an optional 6-speed automatic gearbox.

Hyundai Creta 2018 facelift interior

Stepping inside, the cabin doesn’t come with significant updates, compared to the pre-facelift model

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