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2020 Hyundai Creta To Come With Four Wheels Design - Exclusive!

Jatin Jhamb

Car Expert, Editor at 91Wheels

06 Mar 2020

It was at the 2020 Auto Expo when Hyundai showcased the new-gen Creta and needless to say, it added bling when Shah Rukh Khan itself unveiled the SUV. The interiors too were showcased by Hyundai a few days ago and now we got our hands on this exclusive story about the alloy wheels of the 2020 Hyundai Creta.

The 2020 Hyundai Creta will be offered in a total of four wheel design out of which the South Korean carmaker reserves two alloy wheels on offer.


Sharing more details on the alloy wheels, the base trim, E, will carry 16-inches steel wheels and so will the 'S' variant. The latter gets a smoky black treatment which creates an illusion that it is an alloy wheel. The higher-spec trim, SX will come in silver alloy wheels and the SX(O) will come with diamond-cut alloy wheels. The latter will come in 17-inchers. Like the earlier generation, the 16-inchers will be carry forward the 205/65 R16 size while the 17-inchers carry a size of 215/60 R17.

2020 Hyundai Creta Alloy Wheels Image

The next-gen Hyundai Creta will come with uber loads of features and will directly take on the likes of Kia Seltos. The new entrant has been eating up the sales of Creta and with the new-generation, we expect Creta sales to see a higher margin.

It will come with BlueLink technology which highlights some main points - Safety, Voice Recognition, Relationship management and among others. To explain the BlueLink technology a bit more then it will host features like Remote Start/Stop, Horn and Light Control, Doors Lock and Unlock, providing Real-Time Traffic Information, Destination Link in with Schedule, Climate Control and several others.

The prices for the same are not yet announced but we expect that Hyundai will fairly stick it close to Rs 10 lakh. It competes with the likes of Kia Seltos, Tata Harrier, MG Hector, Renault Duster and Nissan Kicks.

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