Hyundai Creta has won the‘Indian Car of the Year 2016’- ICOTY Award. As the most loved and trusted car manufacturer in India, Hyundai India wins 3 ICOTY’s successively for its products: CRETA, Elite i20 and Grand i10 as ICOTY 2016, 2015 and 2014 respectively.


The ICOTY award is adjudged by a diverse group of 14 jurors from prominent automotive publications in the country: Auto Today, AutoX, The Hindu Business Line, Car India, Evo India, Motoring World, Mens World, Overdrive, BBC TopGear India. In all nine very prestigious publications were represented on the ICOTY 2016 Jury with Bob Rupani being the Chairman of the Jury.

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Commenting on the occasion, Mr. YK Koo, MD and CEO of HMIL, said, “We are honored to win the most prestigious automotive award – the Indian car of the Year 2016 for our Hyundai Creta which is made in India and exported to different countries. The CRETA truly expresses a new age for Hyundai Motor, setting new benchmarks in the industry. Winning the ICOTY award for three times in a row symbolizes the trust and loyalty of our customers for the Hyundai brand. We thank all our customers, media and jurors who have chosen CRETA as the Indian Car of the Year and made Hyundai Motor the most loved and trusted car manufacturer. With innovation at its core, Hyundai Motor will make global quality products with cutting edge technologies and strengthen the Hyundai brand by caring for our customers in India and global markets.”hyundaicretaicoty2

The Hyundai CRETA launched in July has been a trendsetter in the Indian market. CRETA heralded a new chapter in Hyundai Motor’s success story across the world by showcasing HMIL’s success of ‘Make in India’ manufacturing initiative. Designed with profound confidence, grandeur and highest levels of refinement, CRETA is the most loved car of the year.

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