Next-Gen Hyundai Creta Customized With Leather Interiors

  • Published On: 26 March 2020
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Next-Gen Hyundai Creta gets an after market leather interior upgrade.

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Hyundai Motor India recently launched the Next-Gen Creta at a price tag of Rs 9.99 lakhs - Rs 17.2 lakhs (ex-showroom). Based on the company’s new design theme, ‘Sensuous Sportiness’, 2020 Hyundai Creta comes with four key design elements namely technology, architecture, proportion, and styling. The cabin of the Next-Gen Hyundai Creta takes a radical departure from the outgoing model in terms of upholstery, equipment and comfort features. Normally, the top-end variant offers premium features along with customization options and it is the base model that looses out on all the sheen. However today in this case and point being, we bring for you the 2020 Hyundai Creta SX variant which was recently transformed to look like a top-end model with the help of aftermarket fitments that were added to its interiors.

Going by the image, it is clear that the SX variant has been given a drastic upgrade These include custom made quilted leather bucket seat covers with perforation to allow ventilation and eliminate stickiness. The steering wheel has been customized by giving it a leather stitching. The dashboard of the New-Gen Hyundai Creta receives a full leather treatment. In order to provide a luxurious feel there is oak-brown stitched leather with extra cushioning. The presence of carbon and piano inserts further enhances the overall look of the dash. All the four doors get glossy wood inserts. The leather upholstery on door’s hand rest along with the oak brown door panels and A-pillar & the leather-wrapped center armrest gives it the SUV a premium appeal. 

While the top-spec SX+ trim of the Next-Gen Creta gets the ventilated seats, it is not available in the lower trims. All these upgrades make the SX variant look suaver than ever. By default, all the variants of the Creta get soft-touch plastic or artificial leather on the dashboard which is not comparable with original Oak-brown leather. All said and done, the aftermarket customized Next-Gen Creta SX Variant is worth looking into incase you're not interested in going-in for the top-of-the-line model.  

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Author: Samreen Pall

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