The new generation of Hyundai Creta will receive a tablet in the cabin in the style of TeslaAugust 29, 2019
The first photos of the new generation Hyundai Creta (ix25) salon appeared on the Web. The novelty has already reached the conveyor, but managed to peek inside the crossover only now.
Hyundai is about to offer customers a new generation of its best-selling Hyundai Creta. We are already familiar with the exterior of the novelty from spy photos, but the salon was declassified only the other day. The first photos of the interior of the new SUV were published by Autohome. The first thing that immediately catches your eye – a huge vertical touchscreen multimedia in the spirit of Tesla electric cars. The multimedia complex is now responsible not only for “entertainment”, but for comfort functions. For example, heated seats or climate control. Also in the cabin of the new Creta there is a redesigned front panel, a fully virtual dashboard, a steering wheel truncated from below and an expanded center console with a selector washer – it is responsible for the choice of driving modes.
The exterior of the novelty repeats the exterior of the prototype: a grown cascade grille, multi-tiered head optics and, of course, two-tiered taillights, united by an LED strip of the brake light repeater.
In addition, after the change of generations, the crossover slightly increased in size. So, the length and width went to the “plus” by 10 mm (4,300 and 1,790 mm, respectively), and the wheelbase increased by 20 mm – up to 2,610 mm. The one and a half liter “aspirated” power of 115 hp is included in the motor range of the novelty. and a 1.4-liter 140-horsepower turbo engine. The first works in tandem with the “mechanics” or the variator, and for the second they prepared a seven-speed robot. The novelty will hit the Chinese car dealerships this fall. Hyundai Creta of the new generation will reach our country no earlier than 2021.
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