Creta with its bold and glamorous looks feature singular hexagonal radiator grille, sleek profile and a stable stance. The hidden A-pillar was applied to grant a unique and dynamic image, hinting at an open and airy cabin.
The name Hyundai Creta derives primarily from the name for Crete, the largest of the Greek islands.
Situated in the Mediterranean Sea, Crete was the focal point for Greece’s global prowess in trade and culture, in its heyday connecting Europe, Asia and Africa.
Creta will be an influential global model for the Hyundai Motor brand in one of the fastest-growing vehicle segments, helping the company to reach out to many more consumers.
The engine lineup is confirmed to use a petrol and two diesel engines. The former is a 1.6 dual CVVt petrol unit delivering 123 hp through a 6-speed manual gearbox, while in the diesel side, Hyundai choosed a 1.4-liter CRDi diesel and a more-powerful 1.6-liter CRDi producing 90 & 128 hp respectively.