Alcazar, which implies a citadel in Spanish, will make its world debut on April 7 and the launch is anticipated to be someplace round June 2021. Alcazar shall be positioned between Creta and Tucson in Hyundai’s Indian portfolio.
On the within, the design sketch flaunts a two-tone black and brown inside with two captain seats within the center row. The Alcazar would offer a 6- and 7-seater association similar to the opposite direct rivals within the section. The steering wheel additionally seems fairly sporty with a flat backside. The centre console of the Alcazar seems strikingly much like the one which the Creta sports activities. Some outstanding particulars within the sketches embrace redesigned AC vents, a cup holder within the second row, and the AC vent and space for storing within the Third-row.
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Within the teased design sketches, the Alcazar’s silhouette seems fairly much like the 2nd-gen Creta, particularly the elegantly curving front-end, elevated hood and sharp shoulder traces. The elongated roofline and barely larger rear doorways are new to serve the aim. The Alcazar has an upright stance and a few particulars just like the C-shaped taillamps, new rear bumper, presumably a chrome skid-plate, give the 7-seater SUV a particular picture of its personal.
Alcazar will tackle the likes of Tata Safari, MG Hector Plus and the upcoming Mahindra XUV500 within the Indian market. Based mostly on the identical platform because the Creta, the Alcazar is anticipated to boast the identical Three engines – 1.4-litre turbo-petrol, 1.5-litre petrol, 1.5-litre diesel – as its 5-seater sibling.
The Hyundai Alcazar is anticipated to be priced very aggressively available in the market and will carry a premium of round Rs 2-Three lakh in comparison with its 5-seater sibling. Hyundai Creta at the moment begins at Rs 10 lakh (ex-showroom) and the Alcazar might presumably begin at Rs 12-13 lakh (ex-showroom).