The 7-seater SUV from the Korean manufacturer
The upcoming Hyundai Alcazar is essentially an elongated version of the five-seater Creta. The 7-seater model with an extra-large back and adding-on the third row of seats providing extra space. The distinctive design options and styling will be on offer to make it look different from its sibling. The second row will offer 2 seating options, to fit everyone’s need in India.
The powertrain options are likely to be carried over from the Creta which include – a 138bhp/242Nm 1.4-litre T-GDi petrol unit with a seven-speed DCT unit, a 113bhp/250Nm 1.5-litre diesel motor with six-speed manual and a six-speed torque converter automatic transmission, and a 113bhp/144Nm torque 15-litre NA petrol engine with a six-speed manual and CVT gearbox.
The camouflaged outer body was on display, where the interiors were kept hidden from the audience until the launch. The rendered interior specifies the Alcazar will be offered in both 6- and 7-seater versions. The third row can accommodate two passengers and gets a 50:50 split function. The third row of seats can be split for better cargo space management or can be folded flush into the boot floor if need be.
It is likely to get a touchscreen infotainment system bigger than the Creta’s 10.25-inch screen. It will most likely feature bench and captain type seats for the second row with the former one getting an armrest and cup holders. Other highlights to include are wireless charging, Isofix child seat anchorage points, dual-tone interiors, LED head and tail lights. The third-row seats could also get dedicated features such as aircon vents and charging slots.
The Hyundai Alcazar gets a healthy dose of chrome at the front. The grille sports different design elements than the Creta. The alloy-wheel design is different. The Alcazar will have larger 18-inch wheels than the 17-inch wheels of the Creta. The Alcazar even gets a stepping-board on either side for easy ingress and digress of passengers. It offers 18-inch alloys, with a side stepping-board for easy entry and exit from the vehicle.
The expected price of the Alcazar will be from ₹12 – ₹19 Lakh (Ex-showroom). However the prices are expected to be around Rs 80,000 – 120,000 higher than that of the Hyundai Creta, but the variant options will help make it a better deal.
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