The Hyundai Creta Knight Edition offers a dark exterior and interior, as well as new trims and amenities as part of the MY22 update.
- S+ and SX are the two variations available (O)
- Transforms blacked-out parts from the inside out
The Creta Knight Edition was launched in India at a starting price of Rs 13.51 lakh (ex-showroom). The Hyundai Creta Knight Edition has black aesthetic upgrades in the form of black accents inside and out and is available in two engine selections across two trim levels.
Since we believe in enhancing customer experiences throughout life, we offer a comprehensive portfolio of SUVs to satisfy the needs of new-age customers, enabling them to live the Hyundai SUV Life” says the company.” said Tarun Garg, Director (Sales, Marketing, and Service), Hyundai Motor India Ltd., speaking at the launch. We are once again offering clients an exciting choice of SUV that suits their aspirations with bold and athletic design modifications with the debut of the new CRETA Knight Edition.”
The Hyundai Creta Knight Edition is now available in the new S+ trim with a manual transmission, as well as the fully loaded SX (O) trim with both IVT and AT powertrain options (both 1.5-litre MPi petrol and 1.5-litre U2 CRDi diesel engine). To set it from the standard model, it features an improved exterior with a dark theme.
The Creta Knight Edition has a de-chromed front grille with a horizontal red inlay on the outside. The gloss black front and rear skid plates, roof rails, C-pillar garnish, ORVMs, and side sills add to the ominous appearance. The ‘Knight Edition’ emblem has been added to the tailgate, and the tail lamps have been smoked to mix in with the overall look.
|Hyundai Creta Knight Edition Variants Prices (Ex-Showroom)|
|1.5L MPi Petrol Edition 6MT S+ Price Rs. 13,51,200|
|1.5L MPi Petrol Edition IVT SX (O) Price Rs. 17,22,000|
|1.5L U2 CRDi Diesel Edition 6MT Price Rs. 14,47,200|
|1.5L U2 CRDi Diesel Edition 6AT Price Rs. 18,18,000|
Only the S+ and SX(O) models of the Hyundai Creta Knight Edition are available. It is available with either a petrol or diesel engine. The turbo petrol models do not have the Knight Edition. A 6-speed manual transmission and an IVT gearbox are included with the 1.5 litres naturally aspirated petrol engine. A 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic transmission are offered for the 1.5-litre turbo diesel engine. The 6-speed manual petrol variant costs Rs 13.51 lakh ex-showroom, while the IVT version costs Rs 17.22 lakh. Ex-showroom, the diesel S+ version manual costs Rs 14.47 lakh. Rs 18.18 lakh is the price of the 6-speed automatic transmission.
The lesser S+ model comes with 16-inch dark grey alloy wheels, while the top-spec SX(O) comes with larger 17-inch alloy wheels. The front brake callipers, which are now painted in red, are also new.
The Creta Knight Edition’s cabin features minimal alterations, such as an all-black motif with coloured AC vents and stitching on the leatherette seats and steering wheel.
The Knight Edition of the Hyundai Creta is noted for its premium aesthetics and features. Tri-beam LED projector headlights, split LED DRLs, LED tail lamps, automated climate control, 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, panoramic sunroof, multi-function steering wheel, and so on are among the Creta’s standard features. The interiors are gloomy as well, as this is the Knight Edition. The interiors are completely black, with red accents on the AC vents.
For a sportier flair, red stitching is applied to the seats and steering wheel. The Hyundai Creta has been redesigned for 2022, and it now has standard features such as tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS). With the 1.5 litre petrol S model, the manufacturer also provides an iMT gearbox. Hyundai is expected to release a makeover for the Creta later this year. This year, Hyundai Venue will be updated as well “as read and reported by www.carwale.com”.