Hyundai Creta N Is Lifted With A Sporty Concept
The Hyundai Creta N concept was created by a designer who let his imagination run wild. It’s the same gentleman that recently designed the Tata Safari GTS Concept.
While Hyundai is unlikely to launch an ‘N’ version of the Creta, the segment’s best-selling SUV, in India, there’s no harm in fantasizing about a version with 200+ horsepower, is there?
The Hyundai Creta N Concept is painted in Hyundai’s “Performance Blue” paint scheme, which emphasizes the creases and features a contrasting black roof with a carbon-fiber impression.
All of the exterior trim is gloss black, with red highlights on the splitter, side skits, and around the diffuser element, indicating the concept vehicle’s sporty demeanor.
The Hyundai Creta N concept incorporates a number of novel elements, including a radiator grille with 16 vertical slats and an ‘N’ emblem, restyled fog lamps, and a carbon fibre front splitter.
By discarding the lower half of the stoplights, the concept overcomes Creta’s polarising tail lamp design. A light bar connects the remaining slim horizontal lights, making the vehicle’s rear portion much less cluttered.
The Hyundai Creta N Concept, as previously noted, has a diffuser element flanked by suitable exhaust outlets, as well as rear fog lamps.
Coming on to the wheels, the idea is equipped with Vossen VPS-308 rims covered in low profile Pirelli P Zero tires, as befitting a performance vehicle.