Hyundai Alcazar Launch in India on 6th April 2021
In this post today I’d like to talk about the new upcoming Hyundai alcazar six or seven-seat SUV which is essentially an extended version of the best-selling Hyundai Creta crossover SUV Hyundai India has now announced that their six six-seat seven-seat alcazar SUV will be unveiled on the 6th of April making it a global premiere apart from that Hyundai India has also released a few sketches of the interior and exterior of this upcoming 6 or 7 seat SUV based on the Hyundai Creta.
SKETCH DESIGN & COMPARISION
These design sketches give us a more detailed idea as of what to expect from this brand new 6 or 7 seat suv just like the tata harrier and the safari the new alcazar will carry forward a lot of design elements from the existing hyundai creator both these cars are expected to share the very same headlamps while the front grille on the alcazar will receive a different treatment so as to differentiate from the five seat CRETA the alcazar will also receive different design 18-inch alloy wheels while the body shell itself is likely to remain the same as the creta till the b pillar while the alcazar will carry forward the very same silver finish lightning arch design elements starting from the a-pillar extending all the way up to the c-pillar it is after the c-pillar that this new alcazar will be receiving an elongated overhang due to the extension of the body to integrate the extra row of seats it is also likely that the new alcazar will receive a wraparound effect for the rear windshield with a glossy black treatment for the d pillar the rear fascia however is expected to be completely different to that scene on the hyundai creta and will receive larger tail lamps with the number plate housing right at the center of the tailgate this new 7-seat hyundai creta will also receive longer roof rails along with the shark fin antenna and also the massive panoramic sunroof seen on the existing CRETA.
Talking about the interior the new alcazar will carry forward the exact same dashboard design and interior layout as seen on the Hyundai Creta along with all the features including ventilated seats a fully digital instrument cluster and the massive 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system apart from all this the new alcazar will also come with a six-seat option with captain shares for the second row which will be getting a unique looking centre console running right between the two-second row passengers unlike any other six-seater in this category and it is also likely that the new alcazar will feature ventilated seats for the second-row captain chairs as well seven-seat version, on the other hand, will feature a regular three-seat bench with a foldable centre armrest with a standard 60:40 split-folding and sliding function.
The third-row seats while not expected to be hugely spacious will provide sufficient room for children while also providing proper adjustable headrests and 50-50 split-folding function while features like 360 degrees surround-view camera and blind-spot monitoring could be borrowed from the Kia Seltos.
Standard safety features on the new Hyundai alcazar could include all-wheel disc brakes abs with EBD dual airbags Isofix child seat mounts esp traction control with heal hold remote keyless entry and reverse parking sensors while the top-spec variants of the new alcazar could include 6 airbags a 360 degree surround-view camera and hill descent control powertrain options could also be borrowed from the Hyundai Creta which include the very same 1.4 liter four-cylinder turbocharged GDI engine and the very same 1.5 liter CRDi 4 cylinder turbo diesel engine of which both engine options will be offered with a manual and an automatic transmission option this new Hyundai alcazar which is essentially a 7-seat version of the Hyundai Creta is expected to be launched by the month of June this year with an expected pricing of rupees 1 lakh more than the Hyundai create making it a proper rival for the mg hector plus and the Mahindra xuv500 do let me know in the comments section below what do you think about this new seven-seat version of the Hyundai Creta.