Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos and Tata Safari Imagined in a Sports Metallic Gold Edition
The Mid-Size SUV segment is full of cars that not only look good but also perform brilliantly as compared to any other segment of cars. And if considering looks only then the three cars which that act as its pillars are Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos and Tata Safari, in which the earlier two are also the best-selling cars of the segment. Although these cars look pretty much perfect in their stock design but what if they are given a makeover that even the critics would see and get mesmerized. So, get ready to be amazed as we bring you these three cars Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos and Tata Safari in a breathtaking Sports Gold Edition which are designed by Shashank Das an Instagram Automobile Designer (IGID: @sdesyn).
Hyundai Creta N Gold Edition
Looking first at the Best-Selling SUV of the Indian market which has Dominated this segment for a pretty long time, Hyundai Creta. The car already looks amazing in its stock avatar but what the people want is something more, as the car hasn’t received any upgrade since the generation upgrade in early 2020 and will not be getting one anytime soon. Unlike the N line visual upgrades received by Hyundai i20, Creta won’t be so lucky to have it. So the designer has imagined the Creta in a new N line avatar and this time it rocks a gorgeous Metallic gold Gold paint.
While talking about the changes the designer has performed in looks, the Car now rocks a chromeless design with a new vertical slat grille, smoked glass for the headlamps, a new front bumper with a larger air vent at the centre and C-shaped LED fog lamps. The front bumper also equips a red skirt at the bottom. As for the sides, the first thing that catches the eye is the dual-tone Black and gold treatment along with an equally complementing set of Vossen VPS-308 wheels with red highlights. The sides also get side cladding highlighted with a red side skirt at the bottom. While as for the rear this car gets an N badging along with a new rear bumper coloured in black that houses a twin exhaust setup and dark rear diffuser.
Kia Seltos GTZ Gold Edition
The fiercest rival for the best-selling Creta is its Korean Cousin Kia Seltos that recently has received a Visual upgrade in form of X Line. While the X Line features an all-black approach but black isn’t the colour for all as some people might even like a brighter shade that makes your car stand out from a mile away. And the designer has done that same and has brought the Seltos in a GTZ Gold Edition which is a rather unique combination of a sport edition painted in metallic gold colour.
Talking about the design, the designer has taken the same no chrome approach as of the earlier discussed Creta which makes the metallic gold pop even more. The radiator grille has been kept the same but without any chrome, the front bumper has slightly been tweaked with a larger air vent and a black fog lamp housing. As for the sides, this design carries a dual-tone black and gold colour scheme that can be seen from the black coloured pillars and roof, ORVM also gets the same dual-tone treatment and as for the tires, the car gets new chrome-finished alloy wheels with bright red callipers. While the rear gets a roof-mounted rear spoiler, smoked glass taillights, new rear dual-toned bumper and twin exhaust with a black skid plate at the bottom.
Tata Safari GTS Gold Edition
Tata Safari is also one of the pillars of this segment, carrying a legendry name this car created much hype at the start however lately this hype has died away. But Tata being Tata hasn’t done with the car as the company always find a version for their cars to get back on the hype train.
Talking about this GTS gold edition, which gets its inspiration from Porsche. The front facia of the car gets a chromeless finish and not features an all-black replacement along with a Metallic Gold paint job, the front grille gets the same stock Safari design but with a blacked-out finish, piano black headlight & fog lamp housing and a complete metallic gold coloured bumper with a black air vent at the centre. As for the sides, the car gets blacked-out window sills, dual-tone door handles, large Multi-spoke Rotiform LAS-R alloy wheels with a dark finish and unlike the stock Safari this one doesn’t get any black body cladding. While for the rear the car gets a blacked-out bar at the centre of the tailgate, black smoked rear taillight glass, twin exhaust and a blacked-out rear skid plate.
Talking about the powertrain of Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos and Tata Safari Metallic Gold Edition models, the Hyundai Creta N and Kia Seltos GTZ both carry the same options of 1.4-litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol or 1.5-litre four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine. While the Safari gets the only option of a 2.0-litre four-cylinder Kryotech diesel engine.
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