DC Design Just Customized Hyundai Creta Making It Look Better Than Ever

Feb 28, 2017 09:24 AM EST | Paula

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DC Design, India-based car customization company, customized a Hyundai Creta this car. The company just modified the style of the car without adding any additional internal equipment.

Last year, the company's India division announced a 10 million car roll out that might happen in the first half of 2021. Auto World News reported that this company rolled out seventh millionth car called Creta AT.

The customized Hyundai Creta has no infotainment system inside of the car and no turn indicators on the outside rear view mirrors. Firstpost considers this as an e-trim of most popular compact SUV in India.

DC Design, founded by Dilip Chhabria, offers special car and bike kits to make them stand out. The customized car has a new front that has a black and red finish.

It's upper and lower grille is covered in black with a red hexagon grille. Air vents replaced the fog lamps that was painted red and black.

The modified Hyundai Creta also has new alloy wheels and red side skirts. Its interiors are soaked with red from its lower dashboard, steering wheel, door panels, floor console, arm rest and seat covers.

It also had a wood-trimmed dashboard and door panel, even though it doesn't work very well with the white color of the car the company chose to modify. Drivespark reported that its bonnet features the DC logo.

It also has a new and modified bumper that has a chunky and sculpted look that with the black and red colors. Its fabric even has red leather seats with wooden inserts on dashboards and door panels

Its steering wheel also has the same black and red treatment. The site reported that even the higher models of Creta can be modified using the same kit.

According to other reports, DC Design has yet to reveal the customization package of Hyundai Creta. To date, Hyundai Creta is available in E, E+, S, S+, SX, SX+ and SX(O) trim levels, with prices starting at $13,881.06.

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