According to the various reports, the Hyundai Alcazar, the company’s new 6- and 7-seater SUV, has finally been unveiled by Hyundai Motor India. The business had previously published sketches and also showcased the car in a short video when it was still camouflaged. Now, in a render, the company has revealed the car’s final production version. The concept is inspired by the Creta SUV. The new car’s front fascia is identical to the Creta’s, but Hyundai has added some new elements to the signature cascading grille to distinguish the two. The SUV also gets C-shaped DRLs and identical headlamp placement.
The reports also suggested that the side profile would be the best way to tell the two cars apart. The latest Alcazar is much longer, almost taking on the appearance of an MPV. The diamond-cut alloy wheels contribute to the uniqueness of the vehicle. The Hyundai Alcazar will be powered by a 3rd generation Nu 2.0 liter petrol BS6 engine with 159 PS and a U2 1.5-litre diesel BS6 engine with 115 PS. Both engines will be available with 6AT and 6MT transmission options. Eco, City, and Sport modes will also be available for the vehicle. Hyundai claims that the Nu 2.0 l Petrol BS6 engine (6MT) from the third generation accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in under ten seconds.
Moreover, the Hyundai claims that the new Alcazar has an extensive use of 75.6 percent Advanced and High-Strength Steel for defense (AHSS & HSS). Effect energy is absorbed and dispersed through the underbody. In addition, the latest ring structure configuration in the Engine Room, B-Pillar, and D-Pillar has been designed to increase rigidity for improved handling.