Here’s a new rendering of the upcoming Hyundai Alcazar (7-seater Hyundai Creta) by Kleber Silva. The all-new SUV has been spotted several times while getting tested.
The new-gen Hyundai Creta is getting quite popular among the buyers in the Indian market. The all-new model has a radical design, and it started quite well in India by receiving over 30k bookings in just a matter of a few days. Due to the current situation, the sales momentum of the SUV has got affected, but soon, the crossover will be able to give a good competition to its Koran rival, the Kia Seltos. Hyundai has also planned to introduce the 7-seater version of the SUV.
The 3-row car has been spotted several times while getting tested in South Korea. Though the test mule being heavily camouflaged, one can decipher that the front fascia of the car will remain the same while the rear profile of the SUV will receive a complete makeover. Here’s a new rendering of the upcoming 7-seater Creta created by Kleber Silva.
It is named as 2021 Hyundai Creta Grand but in India, it could be sold as the Hyundai Alcazar. This digital render is fully based on the images of test mule, and we really like the styling theme. Furthermore, this rendering give us a good idea about the proportions of the new Creta. The main difference between this digital rendering and the test mules is the C-pillar. The test car gets steeper C-pillar that can be body-coloured instead of being finished in black. It seems like that the all-new 7-seater Creta will have a longer wheelbase, but we’ll get to know that for sure at the time of its launch. Except for the addition of a new row of seats, one can expect its plush cabin with comprehensive connectivity features to be carried forward from the ongoing model. The automaker could offer distinctive colour shades to differentiate between the two versions.
Moreover, we also expect the new Hyundai Creta 7-seater aka Hyundai Alcazar to borrow the engine options from the regular variant. In our market, the Hyundai Creta is powered by a 1.5-litre NA gasoline engine, which develops 115bhp of power, a 1.4-litre turbo petrol engine that produces a power output of 140bhp and a 1.5-litre turbocharged oil burner, which puts out 115bhp. Once launched, it’ll compete with the likes of upcoming Tata Gravitas and MG Hector Plus.