Hyundai reveals the design of new Creta subcompact crossover

Hyundai’s expanding and growing more than ever and to emphasize this, Hyundai just recently revealed some design sketches of the interior and exterior of their new subcompact crossover, due out very soon for a reveal worldwide.

It’s called the Hyundai Creta and judging by the early sketches released, the Creta isn’t much more than a shrunken-down Santa Fe that sits below the current ix35 or Tucson.

The inside on the other hand is described to be modeled after the current i20, Hyundai’s subcompact hatch for foreign markets.

The Creta is scheduled to be launched in India later this year for its introductory market while the rest of the world should receive their version of the Creta shortly after.

Check out the press release below for the details.


-Inspired by ‘Fluidic Sculpture 2.0’ design philosophy-
-Creta features SUV design with sleek, sporty profile and a stable, confident stance-

New Delhi, June 09, 2015: Hyundai Motor India Ltd, the country’s leading premium car manufacturer and the largest passenger car exporter, today unveiled the design renderings of upcoming new Global SUV – Hyundai Creta.

Creta design follows a premium look, based on Hyundai Motor’s evolved design philosophy. Harmony between a bold front, voluminous side, sporty rear and other details complete the premium SUV’s design. A reinforced powerful figure, singular hexagonal radiator grille, sleek profile and a stable stance contribute to the bold and modern looks of Creta. The hidden A-pillar was applied to grant a unique and dynamic image as well as more open and airy cabin.

Hyundai Creta is based on Hyundai’s next generation and evolved Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 (FS2.0) Design philosophy. Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 Design philosophy carries forward the highly acclaimed Fluidic design theme in a more refined manner lending a Modern & Premium touch. FS 2.0 has achieved an evolution in design by adding class and greater value to its trendy styling and powerful posture.

Chris Chin

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