FIGURE Sport utility vehicles New Hyundai (SUV) captured spy shot when using camouflage with a map of the territory of the unitary state of the Republic of Indonesia. The vehicle, strongly suspected of being a Hyundai Creta, was caught red-handed while driving on a public road in the Cikarang region of West Java.
This claim is based on observations of the body curves and contours of the vehicle as well as some of the lights which are very identical to the Hyundai Creta sketch which was officially released recently by PT Hyundai Motors Indonesia (HMID), which is expected to launch in Indonesia soon. From the shape of the main lights at the bottom and the contours of the combined lights at the top, which are covered with camouflage, are very similar to the sketch.
Of his whole body which was covered with the dark blue camouflage of the Indonesian archipelago map, only the edge was not covered. The pattern of the 5-spoke Y-shaped rim which is very identical to that in the sketch further reinforces the suspicion that the car is a Hyundai Creta being tested.
On the windshield around the center rearview mirror, you can see the sensors and cameras that we suspect to be components of the security system and other functionality. At least there is an automatic wiper activation sensor (rain sensor) that activates and adjusts the speed of the wipers automatically when and according to the intensity of the rain.
The presence of the camera also allows the Hyundai Creta, called by HMID, which will be produced at the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (HMMI) plant at the Deltamas industrial complex in Cikarang Bekasi, to be equipped with the advanced assistance system. driving (ADAS) technology typical of Hyundai, which is called Hyundai SmartSense.
Hyundai SmartSense safety assistance packages include Forward Collision Assistance, Lane Keeping Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, Driver Attention Warning, Smart Cruise Control and high beam assistance.
According to HMID, the Hyundai Creta will be the first Hyundai car model to be produced at the Hyundai plant in Indonesia as well as Hyundai’s first plant for Southeast Asia. (S-4)