Hyundai's Creta has received quite a good response from auto enthusiasts, as well as new-car buyer's across the country. It's not that the Creta didn't impress them with its appearance, but the thought of taking it to the next level has crossed the minds of only a few.
This tastefuly modified Hyundai Creta, from Kerala, what the enthusiasts call the "mod's" own country, has recieved a bunch of upgrades that can grab one's attention.
The owner of this Creta has set an example for how Hyundai should have offered the car in the Indian market. The modifications featured are the up-sized aftermarket rims with a wider tyre, rally-spec auxiliary lights on the front, presidential-black tints, and blacked-out grille. The car also features the top-of-the-line "smartwax", which brings out the perfection in the cars paint.
The Creta's 1.6-litre engine which has been a point of debate, has now been remapped by Pete's automotive to produce a whooping 150bhp. The factory fitted engine produces maximum power of 128bhp and 260Nm of torque.
Pete's Automotive currently provides custom maps only for the diesel trim of the Hyundai Creta. The remap can be done at a price of Rs. 19,000.
DriveSpark Thinks! Pete's has done justice to the car; what's your take on it?
via Pete's/Uber Werkstatt AG