The company already offers automatic transmission for the diesel option of the Creta priced at Rs 14.5 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), which has clocked nearly one lakh bookings within eight months of the launch.
“Introducing the new variant of automatic transmission in Creta showcases Hyundai’s commitment to providing products based on what customers want and building the relationship as a customer-centric company towards ensuring customers delight,” HMIL Senior Vice-President (Sales & Marketing) Rakesh Srivastava said in a statement.
Stating that the company has also introduced dual airbags as a standard across all Creta variants, he said, “The new automatic variants and enhanced safety features will be instrumental in achieving our aim to be the most preferred car manufacturer in India.”
The petrol automatic variant comes with various features, including projector headlamps with LED positioning, rear parking camera and sensors, smartkey with push button and child seat anchor, among others.
Besides selling in India, HMIL exports Creta to over 85 other countries.