The Creta looked rugged thanks to its high-mounted bonnet, diamond-cut alloy wheels, negative wheel-arch offset, huge radiator grille, big headlights, and imposing scuff plate design. As far as SUVs go, that’s exactly what you’re looking for. That’s true; the Creta gives off a deceptive impression of greater size.
LED daytime running lights (DRLs) on the front fascia and ribbon-shaped LEDs on the back end. Once released, it will undoubtedly be the trendiest SUV in the neighbourhood. Tata Motors has also stated that 80% of the concept’s design will be carried over to the commercial version.
The Creta has many unique amenities, including a 10.25-inch touchscreen, a sizable MID for the instrument console, a panoramic sunroof, powered seats, cruise control, an air purifier, a Bose sound system, and more.