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Any word on the engine specs of the New Creta? I've been hearing rumours and news about the same engine lineup as the Kia Seltos which is a 1.5-litre petrol, 1.5-litre diesel and 1.4-litre turbo petrol. Is it true? Does anyone have any confirmation on the same?
 

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Engine specs are the same as the Kia Seltos, power and torque figures are not out yet. The chances are that they will remain the same as the Seltos or maybe Hyundai will detune/retune the Creta engines according to their specifications.
 

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The only engines worth worshiping according to me are the Toyota 2JZ and the Nissan RB26DETT.
REMEMBER, these engines were used in the most iconic Japanese tuner imports the Toyota supra MK3 and the Nissan GTR R34.
A mention can be made to the LS small-block V8 motors by general motors, these motors are easy to swap and have an immense amount of tunability and reliability.
 

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Haha you seem to have gotten carried away @Driving Saint :D . I think Hyundai will not de-tune the engines and they will more or less be similar to what we saw on the Seltos. Well, the Seltos range does offer a lot for anyone and everyone- right from a frugal diesel engine buyer to a turbo enthusiast- let's hope Hyundai does the same as well.
 

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The only engines worth worshiping according to me are the Toyota 2JZ and the Nissan RB26DETT.
REMEMBER, these engines were used in the most iconic Japanese tuner imports the Toyota supra MK3 and the Nissan GTR R34.
A mention can be made to the LS small-block V8 motors by general motors, these motors are easy to swap and have an immense amount of tunability and reliability.
If you had to import a classic Jap engine, which car would you use to plonk that in, assuming that the engine is a bolt-on fit or you probably make basic adjustments to the engine bay/engine block?
 

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If you had to import a classic Jap engine, which car would you use to plonk that in, assuming that the engine is a bolt-on fit or you probably make basic adjustments to the engine bay/engine block?
Well there are few shops in delhi i am aware of that do engine swaps.
But customs is a pain to handle in our country.
Regulation and restrictions are maxed out at 11 alongside that is the duty you pay on top.
If i do have to get an engine imported would be either of the two mentioned above by @Driving Saint and i would probably fit it in a bmw f30.
 

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If you had to import a classic Jap engine, which car would you use to plonk that in, assuming that the engine is a bolt-on fit or you probably make basic adjustments to the engine bay/engine block?
I would like to have the R34 NISSAN GTR made in India as a classic car and exported throughout the world along with the MK3 SUPRA. these two Japanese legends should be treated as sport car classics and get the same treatment as RE classic commands in the bike world.
 

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Hi guys

Any word on the engine specs of the New Creta? I've been hearing rumours and news about the same engine lineup as the Kia Seltos which is a 1.5-litre petrol, 1.5-litre diesel and 1.4-litre turbo petrol. Is it true? Does anyone have any confirmation on the same?
Any updates on that?
 
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