Hyundai was supposed to unveil the updated Creta at the 2023 Auto Expo, but that didn’t happen. Instead, during the 16th Indian Auto Expo, the Korean manufacturer disclosed the Ioniq 5’s prices and unveiled the Ioniq 6 and Nexo FCEV. Additionally, Hyundai has stated that the Creta facelift won’t be available in our market in 2023.

According to speculations, Hyundai will introduce the facelifted Creta, which is already available in Indonesia. The business has acknowledged that it is creating a whole different approach specifically for the Indian market. This is the primary cause of the new Creta SUV’s delayed introduction to our market.

Regarding the interior and exterior upgrades for the new Creta, Hyundai has not made any announcements. The new Hyundai Creta for India is anticipated to feature a distinctive look and is unlikely to share the front with the Tucson or the facelifted model currently on sale in a few international markets. The new model will have completely new bumpers, a new front grille, new taillamps, and a new set of alloy wheels. A brand-new digital instrument panel, a 360-degree camera with blind spot monitoring, and new seat upholstery are anticipated to be included in the India-spec vehicle.

Hyundai has previously stated that it will include ADAS technology in most of the current products available in our market. ADAS characteristics will also be included in the next Hyundai Verna. Advanced driver assistance systems, including adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, forward collision avoidance, blind spot monitoring, lane assist, and others, will also be available on the 2019 Hyundai Creta.

Instead of the current 1.4-litre turbo engine, the new Hyundai Creta will get a new 1.5-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine. A mild hybrid arrangement could be added to this engine for improved fuel efficiency. The new engine has a power output of 160PS and a torque output of 260Nm. As the most potent engine in its category, it will surpass the 150PS, 1.5L turbo-petrol engine from the VW Group. A 6-speed manual and a dual-clutch transmission can be available with this engine.

115 horsepower 1.5L normally aspirated gasoline and 115 bhp 1.5L turbo diesel engines will also be available. All three engines will meet the BSVI Stage 2 emission standards when they are implemented in April 2023.

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