Hyundai Motor Brasil has unveiled the Hyundai Creta Diamond at the ongoing 2018 Sao Paulo Auto Show. As revealed by the teasers released last month, the concept carries several styling upgrades tied in with a more feature-laden interior. The company claims to have reworked more than 200 elements to create the bespoke model.
Speaking on the Hyundai Creta Diamond concept, Angel Martinez, Executive Director of Sales, Hyundai Motor Brasil said -
The Creta Diamond is an exercise to showcase design possibilities and equipment that we can consider in the future for the Creta line.
The Hyundai Creta Diamond concept comes lavished in a 'Deep Dive Blue' exterior paint shade, body-coloured plastic cladding, black-coloured Outside Rearview Mirrors (ORVMs), 19-inch dual-tone machined alloy wheels, rehashed LED tail lights, and a panoramic sunroof. Moreover, the roof, shark fin antennae, and a rear spoiler feature a black paint finish to complete the dual-tone look. The interior features a dual-tone caramel-white dashboard, a white multi-function steering wheel and gear knob, and microfiber quilted seat upholstery finished in ivory and caramel.
The dashboard of the Hyundai Creta Diamond concept has a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment unit that supports Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Navigation, and Voice Commands. The concept model benefits from a high-quality JBL-sourced audio system with three amplifiers, six speakers, and a 750 Watt sub-woofer. Furthermore, the Diamond features dual 10-inch entertainment screens for second row passengers. The rear screens can stream media from USB, DVD, HDMI and the internet.
Powering the Hyundai Creta Diamond concept is a 2.0-litre Dual-CVVT Flex bi-fuel engine & a 6-speed automatic transmission. It outputs a maximum power of 166 PS on ethanol & 156 PS on petrol. In Brazil, the Hyundai Creta rivals the Honda HR-V, Nissan Juke and Renault Duster and the upcoming VW T-Cross.
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