It was a night of artistic celebration of poetry, music and dance as
Johannesburg’s biggest shape shifters gathered for a glittering night to
launch the Hyundai Creta.
Themed ‘light the way’ and with guests dressed in black and white the
Covid-19 compliant event attracted heavyweights from the art, sport and
culture spaces as well as business and industry.
While all eyes were on the nifty Creta SUV, three award-winning
multi-disciplinary South African artists Lebo Mashile, Thandi Ntuli and
Sonia Radebe impressed the exclusive audience with their creative brilliance
against the backdrop of 16 Days of Activism Against Violence on Women and
The 2020 Creta model blends technology and driving. The touch screen
infotainment system creates an easy and memorable journey for you and your
family. It is also fitted with a wireless charger.
Since its inception, the Creta has kept a consistent message of gender
equality. At a time when the world has been turned upside down by the
Coronavirus pandemic and a rise in Gender Based Violence, we turn to
artistic expression to light the way and Mashile, Ntuli and Radebe certainly
turned on the lights.
Hyundai SA promises more of these kinds of events and collaborations in the
year to come.
The Creta comes in six models with a more powerful engine for higher
performance and retails from R374 900