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2021 Hyundai Creta seven-seat. Image Credits: Hyundai Palisade Owners Group/Bobaedream
2021 Hyundai Creta seven-seat. Image Credits: Hyundai Palisade Owners Group/Bobaedream

Hyundai Creta seven-seater SUV: What's known so far

  • Seven-seat Creta will make its international debut by mid-2021.

  • The upcoming seven-seat Hyundai Creta will be slightly longer in length against the current five-seat model.

Hyundai is developing an all-new seven-seat Creta which is rumoured for a global reveal in 2021. The car has been spotted amidst road tests quite a few times in the past in its home market - South Korea.

For starters, the upcoming seven-seat Creta will be slightly longer in length in comparison to the current five-seat model which retails in India and overseas.

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As visible in the spy image (above), the upcoming Creta will feature prominent styling and structural revisions. At the front the car gets a unique, chrome-studded radiator grille somewhat inspired from the Kia Carnival's snout. It will also feature front parking sensors.

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On the sides, it can be seen rolling on 17-inch Clean Silver alloy wheels similar to the ones found on the latest 2020 Hyundai Creta. It also has unique silver-coloured side plates underlining the side body baseline. There are different looking roof rails in-line with its specific exterior designing. It will also feature a rather flattish looking roof along with a bigger quarter glass. Overall, it appears to be slightly similar to the Palisade SUV which is sold in select international markets.

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Needless to say it will have bigger exterior dimensions starting with a longer length. While the engine options may be most-likely shared with the current five-seat model. It will also sport a longer rear-overhang which will help the company to carve out required space for the third-row occupants.

It will make its international debut by mid-2021, while the India launch is expected to take place in the following year. It will be a competition to the cars such as MG Hector Plus and the upcoming Tata Gravitas.

  • First Published Date : 30 Oct 2020, 08:05 PM IST