The car world often want’s more than what a model is already offering. The car is good but the want is more. To suffice the car has to become more than it already is. It has to offer more space, more comfort, more features and most importantly it has to become larger. Small hatchbacks become compact sedans, premium hatchbacks become crossovers and normal sedans get long-wheel-base variants. This change is design, size and practicality will now be seen in the 7 Seater Hyundai Creta. This will be a good thing by Hyundai as Maruti is soon going to introduce the Vitara with 7 seats.
The car will be a good option to consider by someone who is in the market for a brand new car and does not want a XUV500 or a Tata Hexa. Below is a rendering of the car too. Do you think a 7 Seater Hyundai Creta makes sense? Find out more details below:-
7 Seater Hyundai Creta Launch
The car will be launched in either 2019 or later. It will be interesting to see how Hyundai executes this. There are rumors on how the 7 seater will be brought. The car could be made with either an extension of the boot like Mahindra TUV300 Plus or the Datsun Go+.
|7 Seater Hyundai Creta||Early 2020|
7 Seater Hyundai Creta Price
The car will be more expensive than the regular Creta, which is for sure. It will be aimed squarely at the Tata Hexa, Toyota Innova and the Mahindra XUV500. These 3 cars dominate the MPV segment like no other car. They also have a variety of engine options, transmission options and variants. Thus, we can conclude that the 7 Seater Hyundai Creta with the added row will be close to that model range. The car could be priced from Rs 15 lakhs for the base model to 21 lakhs for the top-end. It will be perilously close to the base 4×2 version of the Hyundai Tucson.
|7 Seater Hyundai Creta||Price (Ex-showroom)|
|Base Variant||Rs 15 lakhs|
|Top Variant||Rs 21 lakhs|
7 Seater Hyundai Creta Design
With only the rendering to fuel our imagination. It is hard to say which car will be made with many minor adjustments and or a completely redesigned Creta with three rows. There could be the extension of the wheelbase and the designers will get a chance to make it look proportionate or there will be the adding of a larger boot area which will make the car design seem like an afterthought. The car has to be redesigned. It has to be as appealing as the Creta itself. 7 Seater Hyundai Creta could get LED headlamps, a dual camera for park assist and also bigger tires than the regular Creta. The car will be bigger than the Hyundai Tucson in size, length, width and height too. But we reckon the Tucson will still be more aesthetically pleasing to the eye.
7 Seater Hyundai Creta Interior
There will be many changes in the car that will make it more distinctive from the Creta. The car will be less premium in feel and will have a lot less exciting features than the Hyundai Tucson. The car will have better interiors than the Creta. The car will be made using better materials than the regular Creta, that’s for sure. That car will be made with a better infotainment interface than the regular Creta. The car will have different seats and will come with new upholstery and interior colors. The car has Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as standard. The will get more smart storage solutions too. The third row will get AC vents and an option to recline.
7 Seater Hyundai Creta Specifications
This part is too early to predict. But we guess the petrol engine from the regular Creta will continue and the diesel engine from the Hyundai Elantra will be plonked into the 7 Seater Hyundai Creta. The car will get a six-speed manual and an automatic gearbox. The car will also be given a 4WD/AWD system from the Tucson. Other than that we could see ABS, EBD, ESP, and Traction Control; all make it to this car. It will get six airbags in it’s top variant and will have other safety features too.
7 Seater Hyundai Creta Competition
The car will be made using an existing platform that is doing wonders for Hyundai. Will they increase the size of the car or redesign the whole body. It will make the car very different in all aspects including pricing. The Hexa, Innova and XUV500 are doing well for themselves. Breaking into this segment is very hard because of the already established choices. The 7 Seater Hyundai Creta will have to play it’s cards right.