Hyundai is planning to launch the upgraded Creta next year.
It was spotted testing in South Korea where new details were revealed, even while heavily camouflaged.
In terms of overall shape and size it appears to be the same, as well as the alloy wheels.
In what is proof that it will be launched in the Indian market, a sticker on the side says “SU2i,” with the “i” standing for India.
When it was spotted testing on Indian roads earlier this year a new dual-tone alloy wheel design was noticed.
The front fascia was mostly hidden, but insiders say that the Indian version will feature Hyundai’s new parametric jewel pattern grille and vertically stacked LED headlamps on the bumper, similar to the global version.
The 2024 Creta Facelift is expected to feature upgrades to the interior as well.
Among those anticipated is a digital instrument cluster offering a high-tech and futuristic display of vital information.
The seats will likely be reupholstered to add a luxurious touch.
A 4-spoke steering wheel with paddle shifters and a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster could also be offered.
Coming to safety, the carmaker may add Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) features.
The facelifted version will likely be powered by the same 1.5-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines from the current model.
The more powerful 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine which powers the Hyundai Verna, will also be offered in the forthcoming model.
It will most likely be offered with manual, automatic (CVT), automatic (DCT), and automatic transmission choices.