The 1.5 liter petrol engine of the Hyundai Creta will be mated to an IMT gearbox, it will be brought in the S variant and will be priced at Rs 12.67 lakh. It will be Rs 23,000 more expensive than the Ace manual petrol. Earlier, the Creta IMT gearbox, available in HTK+ variant, has been priced at Rs 12.39 lakh. With the new update, the company has added 5 variants and reduced 2 variants in the Creta.
The Creta 1.5 liter will get S IMT, S+ manual night, SX (O) IVT night and the diesel engine will get S+ night manual, SX (O) automatic night. The dropped variants include 1.4 SX DCT petrol and 1.5 SX automatic diesel. Along with its all-black theme, the Creta will also be made available in a dual tone color option.
As far as attractiveness is concerned, the Night Edition has a glossy finish and red insert. Gloss finish is given on the front and rear skid plates and door sill garnish. It gets 17-inch alloy wheels with dark metal finish, red brake caliper on the front wheel which gives it a sporty look. Glow bees black finish, arc C-pillar, roof rails and alloy finish have been given.
In the Night Edition, night beige will be given near the left lamp cluster. Along with this, talking about the interior, all black theme and red accent will be given in it. Talking about the features, it will get LED headlight and taillight, 7-inch digital instrument cluster, 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, wireless charging, panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seat.
Along with this, in terms of safety, it can be given ABS EBD, electronic stability control, rear parking camera, hill assist control and six airbags. The Creta Knight Edition will be powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine and a 1.5-litre diesel engine. Its petrol engine provides 114 bhp of power and 144 Nm of torque, while the diesel engine provides 114 bhp of power and 250 Nm of torque.
Sometime back, some variants of Creta and Venue were discontinued. Hyundai has recently added a slew of new features to the SX trim which till now has been available only in the SX(O). Keeping in mind the supply of the chip, the company has decided to reduce some variants. Dealers have been informed about this and their new bookings have been refused.
Globally, due to the lack of chips, the waiting period of vehicles is running the highest. Many new models and popular variants have to wait for up to 6 months, in order to reduce this, car companies had changed the variants of their models. Hyundai also launched executive variants of the Creta and Venue last year, which lacked some features such as the infotainment system, which require a chip.
The new generation model of Hyundai Creta is to be brought but before that its Night Edition is to be brought. The company is going to bring it with many great features and attractive look, now it has to be seen when it is launched.