2022 Hyundai Creta facelift revealed at GIIAS 2021

Hyundai has revealed the facelifted 2022 Creta at the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS). The SUV features quite a few tweaks and updates–changes in design, features, and improved safety–and it comes in four variants: Active, Trend, Style, and Prime.


Design

The new Creta features a parametric jewel-pattern grille flanked by integrated DRLs on both sides. As for the lights, the car comes with dual-beam projector headlamps at the front and an LED combination light at the rear. 

The Creta comes with a two-tone (Black and Cognac Brown) interior that features either a woven or leather or embroidered-leather upholstery, depending on the variant. Upfront, the dashboard features a tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, and behind it is either a 3.5-inch segmented LCD cluster (in the Active and Trend variant) or a 10.25-inch TFT LCD cluster (in the Style and Prime variant). As for infotainment and connectivity, the car comes with an 8-inch touchscreen display (compatible with both Apple Carplay and Android Auto), 2 front USBs, BOSE premium sound system, and Bluelink connected car services (except in the base variant).

Other interior features include ambient mood lamp, cup-holder light, cooling glove-box, and personal LED lamps (offered in the top variant only). 


Engine

The 2022 Creta-facelift model is powered by a Smartstream G1.5 MPI engine–mated to either a six-speed manual transmission or an Intelligent Variable Transmission (IVT)–that generates 84.4 kW of power at 6300 rpm and a torque of 143.8 Nm at 4500 rpm. 

To ensure optimal power use and better handling, the SUV comes with paddle shifters, cruise control, driving modes ( Eco, Comfort, Smart, Sport), traction mode, and electric parking brake (EPB) with auto-hold.


Specifications

EngineSmartstream G1.5 MPI, in-line 4 cylinders
Displacement (cc)1497
Power (kW)84.4 at 6300 rpm
Torque (Nm)143.8 at 4500 rpm
TransmissionSix-speed manual or IVT
Drive systemFront-wheel drive
Boot space (L)416 (expandable to 1384)

Features

The Creta boasts the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), which includes smart-sense features such as high-beam assist, forward collision-avoidance assist, manual speed-limit assist, lane-keeping assist, lane-following assist, driver-attention warning, driver rear-view monitor, blind-spot collision-avoidance assist, safe exit warning, and rear cross-traffic collision-avoidance assist.

The car comes with a plethora of convenience features such as automatic temperature control, wireless smartphone charger, push-button start with illumination, remote-start engine, front-row ventilated seats, console arm-rest, rear AC vents, rear USB charging-point, luggage net, luggage power outlet, and electric tailgate release.

For safety, the vehicle comes with six-airbags, ABS with ESC, brake-assistant system, vehicle stability management, hill-start assist control, emergency stop signal, speed-sensing auto door lock, impact-sensing auto door lock, child-door lock, rearview camera with adaptive guides, tyre-pressure monitoring system, immobilizer, and burglar alarm.


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