Hyundai ALCAZAR to make its Indian debut in April 2021

16 March
Hyundai ALCAZAR to make its Indian debut in April 2021

The Hyundai ALCAZAR epitomizes dependability and luxury, drawing inspiration from the royal legacy of Castles and Palaces, which reflect grandeur, spaciousness, and solidity. Hyundai ALCAZAR, a 7-seater luxury SUV, will meet the needs of sophisticated, creative, and tech-savvy buyers. With a mix of simplicity and futurist design, it was created to redefine driving experiences. It will provide an upscale experience to consumers, whether they are traveling for business or as a family to satisfy their wanderlust.

The forthcoming Hyundai Alcazar is basically a five-seat Hyundai Creta spread out. The extended rear suggests a third-row seat with ample legroom and a two-seat configuration for the second-row seats. It will also have its own style and styling to distinguish itself from its younger sibling.

Since the Hyundai Alcazar will make its global debut in the coming months, beginning in India, we can expect the Alcazar to hit Indian roads in April 2021.

The MG Hector Plus, the upcoming Tata Safari, and the new-generation Mahindra XUV500 will be pitted against Hyundai's upcoming 7-seater SUV, which is currently in its final testing process. Hyundai Alcazar is rumored to be the name of the production-ready model.

The revamped rear section, which includes the wider split-LED tail lights, is best seen in the latest set of spy shots. The Creta seven-seater (Hyundai ALCAZAR) will get a new front grille and a redesigned rear bumper. In addition, it will have a longer rear overhang. The wheelbase, on the other hand, is predicted to remain unchanged.

The Alcazar will be fitted with a range of Hyundai engine and transmission options. A 1.5-liter naturally aspirated petrol engine, a 1.4-liter turbo-petrol engine, and a 1.5-liter diesel engine are among the options. For more details, stay tuned to CarNDrive.




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