Three-row Hyundai Creta again shown in the photoJanuary 13, 2021
The seven-seater crossover Hyundai Creta will initially hit the Indian market.
The new three-row Hyundai Creta was supposed to launch in the Indian auto market in early 2021, but the launch dates have probably been revised. Note that information about the seven-seat novelty appeared a long time ago. The first pictures of the prototypes were published in 2020, when spies spotted the new items in Korea, while the model is not for sale here.
The elongated crossover was photographed this time in India. It is believed that this country will be the first market where sales of the model will begin. The novelty has a number of differences from the standard Creta, having received a different radiator grille, upgraded bumpers and rims. Also, the extended version has windows in the C-pillars and twin tailpipes.
As for the interior, the seven-seater Hyundai Creta is likely to be almost identical to the Indian model, with the exception of additional seats in the cabin. Overall dimensions have not yet been declassified.
Technical data the novelty should be completely shared with the two-row version and be driven by a 1.5-liter 115-horsepower “aspirated” or 1.4-liter turbo engine with a return of 140 hp. There is also a diesel version with a 115-horsepower 1.5-liter unit. As a transmission, “mechanics” and “robot” are offered. The front-wheel drive will most likely also remain.
It is possible that the seven-seater version of the model in India will receive its own unique name. Earlier it was discovered that the manufacturer has patented a new Alcazar trademark in the country, which should be applied to models of the SUV segment.
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