4,270 mm long, 1,780 mm wide and 1,630 mm high, the Creta is marginally bigger than the Nissan Juke or Renault Captur, its biggest segment rivals. That makes it an interesting addition to this booming segment, more so when you look at the Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 Design language. As you can see in the adjacent photo gallery courtesy of Ferd and Motoroids, the hexagonal radiator grille, muscular profile, and sure-footed stance make the Creta look dynamic.
The blacked-out A-pillar isn’t a shabby design trick either though the rear end of the Hyundai Creta could’ve been better sculpted. Inside it’s just another day at the office for the peeps from Hyundai, with more than one styling cue harking back to the Hyundai i20. Automatic climate control and satellite navigation, among others, will be offered on the top-of-the-range trims in Asia and Europe.
Engine-wise, 1.4-liter MPI and GDI and 1.6-liter GDI and CRDi engines are rumored to be the main choices in Europe. The China-spec Hyundai ix25 is available with optional all-wheel drive, the reason we expect the Creta to follow suit for those that need added grip and traction. Some say that a 2-liter petrol mill with 161 horsepower could arrive as well, but we’ll have to wait and see how that will pan out.