The network has new “live” photos of the next generation Hyundai CretaSeptember 22, 2019
The new generation Hyundai Creta (ix25) crossover will soon become available for purchase in China. In the meantime, local dealers receive the first commercial copies of the news.
The other day on the Web there are new photos of the new generation Hyundai Creta (ix25) crossover, which they are looking forward to in China. Images of two cars at once were published by Indianautosblog.com portal: one “Crete” was painted in an unusual turquoise hue, and the other was highlighted by a bright orange body color. This time, photo spies managed not only to capture the appearance of the new crossover, but also to look into it in the salon. Nothing new, by the way, we did not see there. Cross-country crossings were designed in the same way as the presentation copy of the Hyundai Creta (ix25), shown earlier this month at the Chengdu motor show.
All the same stylish virtual dashboard, a truncated steering wheel, as well as modern multimedia with a huge touch screen, responsible not only for entertainment (music / radio), but also for “comfort functions”. So, with its help, you can adjust the climate control or adjust the seat heating.
In the Middle Kingdom car market, the Hyundai Creta (ix25) 2020 will be available with an uncontested one and a half liter petrol aspirated engine with a return of 115 hp, which took the place of the previous 1.6-liter aspirated. After China, the novelty will go to India, where local motorists will be offered three engines to choose from: an aspirated one like the Chinese version, a 120-liter liter gasoline turbo engine. and a 115-horsepower one and a half liter turbodiesel. To our country, the new “Creta” will reach, at best, only by 2021.
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