We all know that Hyundai is preparing to launch the 2018 Creta in the country and the South Korean automaker has been testing the compact SUV for quite some time now. The upcoming Hyundai Creta has already been spied testing in the country several times earlier as well but what’s new this time is that the compact SUV has been spied testing partially camouflaged revealing the sunroof at the top. However, the South Korean automaker is yet to reveal, which variant of the car will receive the sunroof, but we expect the SX+ and SX (O) to get this feature.
In terms of design, the 2018 Creta will be seen with new front and rear bumper designs, a cascading front grille, a new sunroof and diamond cut alloy wheels. LED lamps and fog lamps that sit flush within the newly designed air dams will be other highlights at the exterior along with a new dual exhaust set up is seen with fresh LED tail lamps at the rear while the side profile of the vehicle remains the same as the outgoing model.
At the inside, the upcoming Hyundai Creta is expected to offer a new cabin borrowed from one of Hyundai’s best-sellers Verna sedan. A dual tone dashboard, a multifunction steering wheel, 7” touchscreen infotainment system with GPS, MP3 player, Bluetooth, USB and AUX-in. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are also among its connectivity features. In terms of space, the cabin will be same as the current model while the seat and upholstery materials will come with updated and premium quality materials.