Hyundai unveils 2021 Alcazar three-row crossoverApril 8, 2021
The official presentation of the new three-row crossover Hyundai Alcazar 2021 model year took place. The novelty is based on the Creta compact crossover.
The new South Korean crossover Hyundai Alcazar, which was developed specifically for the Indian market, was presented a couple of hours ago. It is based on the Creta five-seat crossover and has an extended wheelbase to accommodate a third row of seats. With a wheelbase of 2,760mm, 150mm more than the regular Creta compact, it has a slightly longer rear overhang for comfortable use of the rearmost seats.
While the doors, hood and front fenders were borrowed from the Creta crossover, Hyundai redesigned the false grille.
The rear window is also new to this model, with larger taillights at the rear. Brushed aluminum skid plates at the front and rear emphasize the character of the new crossover.
The new Alcazar will be available in six and seven seater versions.
The cabin features a 10.25-inch touchscreen, panoramic sunroof, wireless charging, automatic climate control, digital tidy and 360-degree video surveillance.
Under the hood is a 2.0-liter petrol engine with 157 horsepower (192 Nm), which is enough to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 10 seconds. It is also possible to order a new product with a 1.5-liter turbodiesel with 113 hp. (250 Nm). Both motors can be connected to either a six-speed manual transmission or an automatic with the same number of gears.
Indian crossover sales are slated for next month.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Hyundai may stop selling the three-door Veloster model. Despite a significant decline in sales of the three-door hatchback Hyundai Veloster, the leadership of the South Korean brand does not plan to stop selling this model. The company is offering some financial incentives to acquire the Hyundai Veloster.
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