Hyundai Creta Facelift

How the Hyundai Creta Facelift is Set to Revolutionize the SUV Market – Exclusive Spy Shots from Around the World Hint at What’s to Come in India!

 The second-gen Creta was introduced in India in 2020

– The updated model will get ADAS

Hyundai, the popular Korean automobile brand, is set to release an updated version of their best-selling Creta SUV in the Indian market next year. Though the company has been tight-lipped about the details, spy shots of the facelifted Creta have been spotted outside of India, revealing a completely new front fascia design. The new grille features an integrated camera, while the air dam has an ADAS sensor and front parking sensors. The LED DRLs are expected to be in line with those of the current-gen Venue, and the headlight cluster is likely to sport the H design similar to that of the upcoming Exter. The front bumper could feature aggressively styled air vents on either side.

The side profile of the Creta facelift doesn’t reveal many changes, aside from the design of the alloy wheels which are borrowed from the current-gen model. The rear of the SUV is expected to get a set of new LED tail lights and a heavily reworked tailgate and bumper, complete with LED light bars.

While details regarding the interior of the 2024 Hyundai Creta remain unknown, the model is expected to receive a major revamp, with a redesigned dashboard, new features, and fresh upholstery. Under the hood, the model will continue to be powered by the 1.5-liter NA petrol engine and 1.5-liter diesel engine, though it’s unclear if the Creta facelift will be launched with the 1.5-liter turbo-petrol engine or if it will be introduced later with the current model. Overall, the updates to the Creta are expected to make a big impact on the mid-size SUV market.


In conclusion, Hyundai is gearing up to launch a facelifted version of its popular Creta SUV in India next year. The spy shots of the test mule reveal a completely new front fascia design with a new grille, air dam, LED DRLs, headlight cluster, and air vents on either side of the front bumper. The SUV’s side profile remains similar to the current model, while the rear is expected to feature new LED tail lights, a reworked tailgate, and bumper with LED light bars. The interior of the facelifted Creta remains a mystery, but a big revamp with a redesigned dashboard, new features, and fresh upholstery is expected. The SUV will continue to be powered by the 1.5-liter NA petrol engine and 1.5-liter diesel engine, though the launch with a 1.5-liter turbo-petrol engine is uncertain. With these updates, the Creta is sure to make a big impact in the highly competitive mid-size SUV market.

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