Updated Hyundai Creta to get Dual Tone Paint Shades, New Touchscreen

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Hyundai India is looking to roll out updates for the popular Creta SUV. These updates will be minor. Highlights will include updates to the interior upholstery and new dual tone exterior colour schemes. Also, there will an updated touch-screen AVN on offer. Expect the manufacturer to make a statement regarding the Hyundai Creta Dual Tone variants very soon.

Hyundai Creta Dual Tone New Features

  • New Dual tone shade schemes – Polar White with Black, Red Passion with Black
  • 7 inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple Car Play, Mirrorlink and Arkamys Sound Mood
  • All black interiors for the dual tone variants with red and black seat upholstery
  • 4 L Diesel now available in E+ trim

As per the catalogue, the SUV is set to be offered with a dual-tone black ad red or a black and white exterior colour option. The new variant though, is likely to be offered on the SX+ trim level and be obtainable with either the 1.6 liter petrol or 1.6 liter diesel engine mated to the six speed manual only. The auto will not be offered in the new variant. As per details, the dual-tone Creta is expected to upholstery that is different from the other variants, along with offering added equipment over the standard SX+ manual such as 17-inch diamond cut alloy wheels (presently offered only on the SX+ automatic and SX(O) as standard).


Apart from introducing the new variant, Hyundai plans on updating the SUV’s 7.0 inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto Mirror Link connectivity and Apple Car Play, and an Arkamys Sound Mood audio system. Another interesting update is that the 1.4-litre diesel is not predictable to be offered on the base E variant and instead will be offered from the E+ trim level. The E+ diesel though will miss out on some of the equipment such as the Bluetooth and steering-mounted controls ad 5.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system offered on the petrol model. Currently, a dual-tone black-and-white Creta is available as the ‘1st anniversary edition’. Also based on the same SX+ trim, with near matching equipment on offer, this version is likely to be discontinued with the introduction of the new dual-tone model.