Hyundai Alcazar Engine Is More Powerful Than Creta: 10 Facts You Should Know
On April 8, 2020, the all-new Hyundai Alcazar is set to make its global debut in India.
Recently, the manufacturer teased a camouflaged version of the Alcazar ahead of the unveiling.
Second Generation Of Hyundai Creta
Although, the concept of a 3-row, 7-seater version of the second-generation Hyundai Creta is not entirely new to use.
Since the same was done by MG Motor India first with the launch of the Hector Plus, and later Tata came out with the Safari, which is the 3-row version of the Harrier.
Since the company gears up to officially reveal the new Hyundai Alcazar, let’s go through the features that can be expected from the new 2021 Hyundai Alcazar SUV.
Some Facts To Look Forward
1. If we talk about the exterior, the Hyundai Alcazar is expected to remain very much identical to the Creta, although it will come with its own individual characteristics.
2. The SUV will no longer have the third row and there will not be any changes in the wheelbase.
3. So we can deduce that the rear-three-quarter is expected to see the maximum change in terms of design and styling, in addition to a new quarter glass, new alloy wheels.
4. A newly redesigned tail section can be expected with new LED taillamps, a revised tailgate and more.
5. The front section is expected to see a new grille, along with tweaked headlamps and bumper among other changes. But will be more in line with the Creta.
6. The interior comes with captain seats for the second-row and will get a different theme for the cabin.
7. The Alcazar will also offer a center console for the second-row occupants, hence it will become the first SUV in its segment.
8. Contrary to everyone’s expectation, the Alcazar will be using the 2.0-liter petrol engine from the Elantra premium sedan and the Tucson SUV.
9. The latest model will be offered with a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox.
10.Since, Alcazar is a bigger vehicle than the Creta, so Hyundai has taken the decision of using a more powerful engine to add power and torque.
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