Hyundai Motors is already busy prepping up to launch the second generation Creta. Apparently, the new Creta will not only be high on improved dimensions and features but it will also boast Hyundai’s latest styling too.
The present set of engines will be replaced by a new set of 1.5-litre petrol and diesel BS-VI ready engines, similar to the ones seen on the Verna facelift.
The new Creta will be pitted against the likes of Nissan Kicks, five-and seven-seat variants of the Tata Harrier and new SUVs from Skoda and Volkswagen to name a few.
Hyundai will sell the new second generation Creta in two seating configurations. In the beginning, a five-seat model will be brought by the end of 2020 and a seven-seat Creta will be introduced in 2021.
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In terms of pricing, the seven-seat variant will most likely replace the present-gen Tucson’s spot in Hyundai’s fleet, taking the next-gen Tucson even higher, which will also be a seven-seat model and with new features like a heads-up display.
Credit: Autocar India, Auto Express, UK