Hyundai has revealed the name of its upcoming seven-seater SUV, the Alcazar. The new Hyundai Alcazar SUV will be the brand’s newest offering, positioned above the popular Creta in the product lineup.
The company has released a video to announce the name of its all-new seven-seater SUV, which is said to be based on the Creta. Hyundai has also stated that the global debut of the SUV is scheduled to take place soon, although a specific date is yet to be revealed. As mentioned earlier, the new seven-seater Hyundai Alcazar SUV will be based on the new Creta offering.
It will carry forward a similar design and styling, while also borrowing a number of components from the five-seater SUV. Hyundai will introduce a number of revisions and changes, to help differentiate between the two models. This could include a revised set of headlamps, front grille, new alloy wheels and more.
The majority of the design updates is expected to be at the rear, with the new Alcazar expected to feature a more upright tailgate with a revised set of taillights and rear bumper. Inside, the most obvious change will be the inclusion of the third row of seating.
While Hyundai has announced that the Alcazar will be a 7-seater, it is yet to be seen if the top-spec variants come with a six-seater option as well; considering most of its competitors have it. Apart from the seven-seater configuration, Hyundai is also expected to offer a number of additional features on the Alcazar as well.
This includes a large touchscreen infotainment system, digital instrument cluster, wireless charging, electrically-adjustable driver seat, rear AC vents, a panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting, multiple charging ports at the rear and many more.
Powering the new Hyundai Alcazar will be the same set of BS6 petrol and diesel engine options, which does duty on the Creta. This includes a 1.5-litre petrol and diesel unit, both producing 115bhp, with 144Nm and 250Nm of peak torque, respectively.
The Hyundai Alcazar will also come powered by the more powerful 1.4-litre turbo-petrol unit. It produces 140bhp and 242Nm of peak torque. All three engines will further come mated with multiple transmission options.