Updated 3, Dec 2019: The India-bound 2020 Hyundai Creta will launch in around the advent of the next financial year, it will share its platform and engine options with the highly popular Kia Seltos.
Original Blog Written on 10th Oct, 2019: The current generation Creta has been a blockbuster hit for Hyundai. The New Design 2020 Hyundai Creta ix25 was expected to land the Indian grounds in February but ahead of that the Chinese market has already seen the first preview for the Creta ix25 at a recent Auto Show. A series of new set images have raised on the internet that give us a closer look at the second gen ix25 (Creta). Here’s everything that you need to know.
For dimensions, the new Hyundai ix25 (Creta) is longer than its predecessor. The SUV is 10mm broader as well; it’s 1,622mm high which makes it 8mm lower than the taller current market model that stands at 1,630mm (without roof rails). The side profile for the car remains boxy facing the car sides along the wheel arches.
The picture shows that the new Hyundai ix25 (Creta) will be sporting new alloy wheels. The upcoming new gen Creta sports latest design statement with a coarse cascading grille up front. The headlamps to have a split design with LED DRLs on the top.
These dimensions are for the Chinese specified model which means that we will get more ground clearance when it launches our market.
2020 Hyundai Creta Interior
The much-contested aspect of the ix25 are their interiors. The Interiors for the upcoming new Creta would be a step-up from the current on road Creta. The upcoming model features a large infotainment system positioned vertically. The new ix25’s dashboard has almost very few buttons since most of the task gets managed by the large vertically placed touchscreen.
The SUV comes with digitally equipped MID with the all new designed steering. Hyundai to launch the five-seater new Creta in India initially, whereas Hyundai will bring the seven-seat variant a little later.
2020 Hyundai Creta Full Specification Revealed
Launching in 2020, the new upcoming Creta will be equipped with the same 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engine like that of Kia Seltos, which had launched in India this year. If the reports are to be believed, the petrol unit for the car puts out 144Nm of torque with 115PS of power, whereas the diesel option makes 250Nm of peak torque with 115PS of power.
For the reports surfacing on the Internet, if to believe the new Hyundai Creta will also come with 1.4-litre turbo-petrol motor, available just like with Seltos GT Line. Hyundai may also launch the mild-hybrid option for the Creta in India.