The Hyundai Creta has been on the roads since 2015, with the second generation launched in 2020. It is powered by a 1.5L naturally aspirated petrol engine making 115hp & the 1.5L diesel engine. The turbo variants make about 138hp with the 1.4L engine & variated turbo. As the competition increases in the segment, Hyundai needs to give a facelift to stay in the race.

Hyundai Indonesia recently revealed design sketches of Creta facelift that will launch in the country soon. The same Creta facelift is expected to touch down on Indian shores at some point next year.Hyundai is underlining the Parametric Jewel Grille on the face of the Creta, along with Parametric Jewel Hidden DRL.

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The latest competitions, XUV700 and Astor, come with ADAS and many other features and immense 200hp in the case of XUV700. Hyundai did update the Creta with AWD in Russia, and now the facelift sketches have been revealed for Indonesia. Hyundai did tweak up the Creta in Brazil a little, but these are some significant updates.

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These updates are inspired and heavily derived from the siblings such as Tucson & SantaFe sitting above Creta. Let’s look at what’s new:

  • The facelifted Creta gets a new Paremertric Jewel front grille along with hidden DRLs following the same design. The front design has LED DRLs along with the dipped headlamps inspired by Tucson.
  • The rear features boomerang-shaped taillights, which are similar to the current ones but with some tweaks. The boot also seems revised with new better-mounted stop lamps.
  • The interior features could be derived from the Alcazar and include tech like a 360-degree camera. The sketch reveals a vertically positioned infotainment system with a D-cut steering wheel and a 3D speaker grille. It also shows a touch of silver on the gear knob.
    Expect a long list of updates on the inside of the Creta facelift. The design sketch reveals a vertically-oriented central display screen, D-cut steering wheel, three-dimensional patterned speaker grille and a Silver Bezel around the gear knob.Expect the SUV to also get feature additions at unveil.
  • The interior does look alike except for the new orientation of the infotainment system; we can also expect a fully digital instrument cluster and some more features.
    Schedule your car service with GoMechanic today!Although the features and tech are expected to be derived from the Alcazar, we can expect a little more as Hyundai needs to maintain its hold in the segment. Along with features such as blindspot monitoring, we can expect a panoramic sunroof too with the Creta facelift.Also Read: 2022 Hyundai Creta Spied, India Launch?There are no mechanical changes expected, and it would still be offered with the same powertrain options. The pricing might start from ₹10.50 lakhs and go higher if we also get an AWD variant. This facelifted version will hit the Indonesian markets before reaching India, and it might reach the Indian markets in the middle of 2022.

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