Korean car maker Hyundai has teased two images of Creta SUV in Brazil. The Brazil-spec Creta will go on sale soon and sports some design changes over the Indian version.

At the front, the radiator grille looks bigger than the Indian version and gets a chrome outlining. Vertically positioned fog lamps in Indian version have been replaced with a slim horizontally designed unit. The faux skid plate at the lower front bumper is wider than India-spec version.

At the rear, arrangement inside the tail lamps has been reworked, but the design is identical. A full-length chrome strip between the tail lamps can be spotted in teaser images. The reflectors at the rear bumper are also repositioned.

The Brazilian-spec Creta is expected to get HB20's 1.6-litre CVVT flex-fuel engine that develops 128hp and 161.81Nm of torque. The engine will be coupled to a choice of six-speed manual and six-speed automatic transmissions. Creta for Brazil will be manufactured at the Piracicaba plant in Sao Paulo.

Creta is one of the most successful vehicles launched by Hyundai in India. With close to one lakh sales, Creta is one of the best selling SUVs in India. In addition to the domestic market, Hyundai India exports Creta to Latin American, Middle East and African countries.