Hyundai will unveil the midlife facelift of Creta with advanced tech features including ADAS, digital instrument cluster, and Bose audio system.
This year's GIIAS 2021 auto show in Indonesia will include an all-new Hyundai Creta, which will be unveiled on November 11, 2021. The Creta will receive a facelift that will include a new design and an extended range of available technologies.
One of the most talked-about features of the facelift is the addition of Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) to Creta's top two trim levels. These ADAS features will find their way to the Indian market next year, given that other midsize SUVs such as the MG Astor already include them.
Additionally, you'll be able to use your phone to access new BlueLink connected car technology as well as other safety features like stolen vehicle tracking and immobilization and valet parking mode.
The panoramic sunroof, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, Bose audio system, and touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are also available in the list of standard features in this car.
There are also rumors that the Creta will sell in Indonesia in five- and seven-seat variants. The Indonesian Alcazar, unlike the Creta-based model sold in India, would not have a larger wheelbase. Thus, the additional seats will be smaller and will fit inside Creta's standard five-seat boot.
The Creta's mid-cycle facelift will include a new front end similar to that of the next Tucson. As a result, the new Creta will have LED Daytime Running Lamps on each side of a new 'parametric grille' design that is lower than the previous model. The facelift is also likely to include some changes to the back end to better match the Russian Creta.