Hyundai has published a new teaser for the Hyundai AlcazarApril 7, 2021
The new Hyundai Alcazar is about to be unveiled. The new SUV, with which the Korean firm aims to conquer large Indian families with its modern design and 7-passenger cabin, “poses” in special camouflage in a new teaser.
The Hyundai Alcazar is the next generation of the 7-seater SUV designed in India specifically for this market, and the South Korean automaker is heavily betting on the large families of this populous Asian country.
This is the second teaser for the Hyundai Alcazar. The first was a sketch showing a three-quarter rear view with an attractive side, square wheel arches and a sharp, curved belt line that runs from start to finish – a very modern design based on the philosophy of “sensual sportiness” that also offers a floating roof.
A more avant-garde styling can be seen up front, with headlights split into two levels and a layout similar to that on the Creta. The rear panel includes light units integrated into the new tailgate with LED lines that give a very distinctive look.
The Hyundai Alcazar was presented in camouflage full of small locks that match the model name. The manufacturer has already confirmed that the model will receive a six-seater saloon. It will be offered as standard with seven seats, distributed in a typical 2 + 3 + 2 seating configuration, but for a surcharge, the cabin will be converted to a six-seater, replacing the rear sofa with individual seats.
The new Alcazar is almost ready for presentation. It is essentially a derivative of the Hyundai Creta crossover, with which Alcazar will share production at its Indian plant in Chennai, and a 1.5-liter 115-horsepower diesel engine linked to a 6-speed manual transmission or automatic CVT. In addition, the range will include a gasoline 2.0-liter with 152 hp. with the same transmissions and all-wheel drive.
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