Hyundai Creta second generation debuted in China

Hyundai Creta second generation debuted in China


Hyundai has revealed the ix25 crossover of the second generation for the Chinese market (in other countries, the model sold under the name of Creta). The new design in the style of the great Palisade, and the interior with a vertical touchscreen and digital instrument panel.

Hyundai ix25 second generation increased slightly in size: 30 millimeters increased length, 10 millimeters width, and the wheelbase has increased by 20 millimeters. Externally, the ix25 with tiered front and tail lights is reminiscent of full-sized Palisade and should attract a younger audience. This contributes to the two-tone body with contrasting roof, and multimedia capabilities.


The crossover is equipped with 12.3-inch virtual tidy and vertical display diagonal of 10.4 inches, and the Baidu Intelligent Networking 3.0. She responds including voice commands and can, for example, after the phrase “Hello Hyundai, I’m cold” to close the Windows and sunroof.

In addition, the interior of the car is wireless charging for smartphones with the function of a reminder of a forgotten gadget. In the list of options you can find a panoramic roof with a length of 1.15 meters.

In the list of equipment of the new Hyundai ix25 – 10 assistance systems. Among them are the monitoring of the driver and monitoring of blind zones. The car can be ordered with adaptive cruise control, Keyless entry and a circular video review.

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First time in the Chinese market Hyundai ix25 will be offered only with petrol “aspirated” G4FL Hyundai with a volume of 1.5 liters and capacity of 115 horsepower. Box – CVT. Modifications will be available both in front and all-wheel drive.

The current “Creta” in Ukraine is 19 $ 300. Crossover equipped with engines of 1.6 or 1.4-litre manual or automatic transmission.

What like in the “Crete” of the second generation?

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