The 2022 Hyundai Creta facelift, which is now undergoing testing, was recently sighted in the nation. While the production-ready version is expected to come next year, a new computer depiction shows how it may look. The projected vehicle has a fully redesigned front fascia with a Tucson-inspired grille with plenty of chrome, split headlights, a new fog light assembly, and an updated bumper with a false skid plate and a lower central air dam. The LED DRLs blend well with the black finish on the grille and headlight cluster.
Its side and back profiles may also receive some aesthetic tweaks. The SUV might include split taillamp clusters and freshly designed alloy wheels. Interior elements such as a head-up display (HUD), a 360-degree camera, and autonomous technology are expected to be included. The current Creta has a 7.0-inch instrument cluster, auto dimming inside rearview mirror, leather upholstery, an 8-speaker Bose premium audio system, front ventilated seats, remote engine start-stop, powered driver’s seat, and six airbags, among other features.
According to reports, the mild hybrid technology might be available in the 2022 Hyundai Creta facelift. Currently, three engine options are available for the SUV: 1.5L normally aspirated petrol (115bhp with 144Nm), 1.4L turbo petrol (140bhp with 242Nm), and 1.5L diesel engines (115bhp with 250Nm). The SUV is available with four different transmissions: a 6-speed manual, an iVT, a 6-speed torque converter automatic, and a 7-speed DCT automatic.
Hyundai is now preparing to unveil the Hyundai Alcazar 6/7-seater SUV in the next weeks. It will compete against the Tata Safari, MG Hector Plus, and the new Mahindra XUV700 in this segment. The new three-row SUV will be available in six trim levels (Signature, Signature (O), Prestige, Prestige (O), Platinum, and Platinum (O), as well as six colour schemes, according to leaked information. It will be powered by a 2.0L petrol engine with 159 horsepower and a 1.5L turbo diesel engine with 115 horsepower.