2020 Hyundai Creta India launch confirmed for mid-March

The second generation of the SUV that defines the Hyundai segment will appear for the first time in the world on February 6 at Auto 2020. Presented by Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan.rnrnWe are less than a month from Auto Expo 2020, and now we can confirm the history of one of the most important presentations at this year's show. Hyundai Crete will launch the second generation for the first time in the world on February 6, which is the second press day at the exhibition, and will be presented by the Hyundai brand ambassador and Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan.rnrnHowever, Hyundai will not launch the new Crete at the Auto Expo 2020. What will appear on February 6 is only the exterior design of the Hyundai Crete 2020, with interior shading, similar to what Hyundai did with the introduction of the Aura compact sedan. Why is this? Hyundai will reveal the interior of the new Crete and more details about the second-generation SUV that is closer to market launch, which we can also confirm in mid-March 2020.rnrnBased on the second generation ix25 that was unveiled in China last year, Hyundai Crete second generation is expected to get specific design changes from India, including a new grille, different alloy wheels, and some other cosmetics inside. However, the Indian spec model is expected to retain split configurations for the front and rear lights, as well as square wheel arches, a large panoramic sunroof and an infotainment system with 10.25 image-oriented touch screen. Inch as seen on ix25.rnrnRegarding propulsion systems, the new Hyundai Crete will borrow its popular Kia Celtos engines and gearboxes and can also get the option of 1.4-liter turbocharged petrol from the Seltos GT Line.rnrnFor years, Hyundai Crete has been enjoying an indisputable race in the Indian market, but it now faces intense competition from its brother, Kia Celtus, and there is also MG Hector, who has already found many buyers. The movement will only intensify in the mid-size SUV category with the arrival of the new generation of Mahindra XUV500, and other Chinese automakers such as Great Wall Motors and Haima Automobile are also looking for space. It is safe to say that Crete will definitely cut its business, but it is armed with teeth with features, along with an attractive price (from 10 to 16 lakh for Cach, estimated, the previous showroom), and the second generation of Crete will get to bring the battle to your opponents.rnrnAlso read:- BS6 Toyota Innova Crysta launched at Rs 15.36 lakhrnrnimage source-India Car Newsrnrn