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Hi guys

I came across this walkaround video of the new Creta - international spec on Youtube, sharing it here with you all. Does anyone have any clarity on what out of this will make it to the Indian market or will the India spec Creta be more feature-packed then this?

Creta Walkaround
 

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A nice video link @iamsid. The video gives a good vision of what will make its way through to India.
The red color combo looks good on the Creta.
The interior also makes it look like a pleasant place to be in.
 

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@iamsid any confirmation on the brakes? I would really appreciate it if I get some updates on the brakes.
I am an ex-creta owner and the lack of good brakes were one of the reasons I sold my car off.
 

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I think they have reworked the brakes on the new Creta, I think that was a common concern amongst a lot of Creta owners, especially the automatic variants. @Driving Saint
 

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I think they have reworked the brakes on the new Creta, I think that was a common concern amongst a lot of Creta owners, especially the automatic variants. @Driving Saint
Ahh what a relief, I will be taking a test drive as soon as these babies hit the showroom then.
Creta 2020, in my opinion, is a better-looking car than the Kia Seltos.
 

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This has to be one of the most viewed and explanatory video of the new Creta. The Indian spec might just see a 90 percent version of it and I personally just hope to see that massive touchscreen making it to India.
 

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This has to be one of the most viewed and explanatory video of the new Creta. The Indian spec might just see a 90 percent version of it and I personally just hope to see that massive touchscreen making it to India.
Great video link @trailmaker_666, I believe this should be the final product that hits our shores too. Any differences in the weight o by use of lightweight alloys in the chassis?
The interior quality also looks comparable to higher segment cars in the range.
 

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This has to be one of the most viewed and explanatory video of the new Creta. The Indian spec might just see a 90 percent version of it and I personally just hope to see that massive touchscreen making it to India.
I liked how the instrument cluster went all-digital, there are a host of things that can be seen and changed on the cluster itself. The steering seems similar to the outgoing Creta but has its fair share of updates.
 

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Ahh what a relief, I will be taking a test drive as soon as these babies hit the showroom then.
Creta 2020, in my opinion, is a better-looking car than the Kia Seltos.

Looks are subjective my friend, but but but, the new Creta hasn't honestly had a flyer of a start in the looks department. If you look at the comments at most of the walkaround videos/first looks posted from the 2020 Auto Expo, there has been a lot of backlash on the way it looks. Also, there were be obvious parallels people will draw from the outgoing model and majority of the YouTube 'janta" has to say that the new model doesn't look as butch or masculine as the last one did.
 

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Looks are subjective my friend, but but but, the new Creta hasn't honestly had a flyer of a start in the looks department. If you look at the comments at most of the walkaround videos/first looks posted from the 2020 Auto Expo, there has been a lot of backlash on the way it looks. Also, there were be obvious parallels people will draw from the outgoing model and majority of the YouTube 'janta" has to say that the new model doesn't look as butch or masculine as the last one did.
Yes masculinity has dropped, soon it will cease to exist. The world is despising masculinity and accepting fluidity in all aspects.
I personally liked the butch bold looks and the no nonsense look of the earlier creta.
The smoother lines depict a rather new approach to toning things down yet trying to look big.
The softness has brought about a sense of uniformity in the overall design language.
The new creta will be available with a dual exhaust adding to the aesthetic value of the vehicle.
 

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Yes masculinity has dropped, soon it will cease to exist. The world is despising masculinity and accepting fluidity in all aspects.
I personally liked the butch bold looks and the no nonsense look of the earlier creta.
The smoother lines depict a rather new approach to toning things down yet trying to look big.
The softness has brought about a sense of uniformity in the overall design language.
The new creta will be available with a dual exhaust adding to the aesthetic value of the vehicle.
In my opinion, I like the newer gen when compared to the old one as the newer car is more of an SUV that is urban in nature.
Rather than an urban SUV trying to portray to be a full-blown offroader.
 

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Looks are subjective my friend, what's interesting to note here is the fact that none of the facelifts in many modern day launches are any great. The Brezza facelift also in my opinion is a bit of a bleh letdown only.
 

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Saw the new Creta in person today on the streets and honestly, it seems like the rear end is kind of growing on me, wasn't a big fan of it before when I saw it at the Auto Expo but now it seemed to be a notch better, let's hope that it gets better with time. I saw the blue color which looked pretty neat in person to be honest and the machine cut alloys were looking pretty sharp as well. Unfortunately, couldn't click any pictures as I was driving.
 
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