Hyundai Alcazar will be launched on April 6. In all likelihood, it will inherit the same colour palette from the Hyundai Creta. Let's see what the seven-seater SUV look like in these colours?
Hyundai Alcazar, the seven-seater version of the Hyundai Creta, is confirmed to enter the market on April 6. Previously, 3D images of Hyundai Alcazar were leaked, giving away the full exterior design of the upcoming seven-seater SUV. Based on these leaked images and the fact that the new model will share many things in common with the existing Creta, IndianAutosBlog has provided some rendering images of different car colour schemes for the upcoming Alcazar.
Hyundai Creta is available with ten colour options, including 8 single-tone and 2 dual-tone choices. Monotone colours include Deep Forest, Lava Orange, Galaxy Blue, Phantom Black, Polar White, Mulberry Red, Typhoon Silver and Titan Grey. The other 2 dual-tone options are Lava Orange with Phantom Black and Polar White with Phantom Black. In all likelihood, the Hyundai Alcazar will carry forwards these options to its colour palette. Here’s how these colours look like on the Hyundai Alcazar.
Hyundai Alcazar is set to enter the market on April 6
About the exterior of the Alcazar, while most parts are lifted from the five-seater predecessor, Hyundai has given the upcoming SUV some new styling elements to distinguish itself from the Creta. On the front end, the Hyundai Alcazar gets a new bumper and a brand-new grille. For the side profile, the seven-seater SUV looks partially similar to the Creta except for an upright C-pillar and bigger rear quarter glass. The floating roofline of the Creta is also eliminated on the Alcazar. For the rear end, Hyundai Alcazar gets a different boot lid, rear bumper design and new taillights. It also comes with a different set of 18-inch alloy wheels.
Hyundai Alcazar is based on the Hyundai Creta
On the inside, it is expected that there wouldn't be various significant updates apart from the added third row. 2021 Hyundai Alcazar will be available in either the 6-seater or 7-seater version. The six-seater model will get two captain seats for the second row while the latter gets a bench-type second row.
Under the hood, the Hyundai Alcazar will remain the similar set of powertrain options. It means that the seven-seater will be offered with three engine choices including a 1.5-litre N.A petrol, a 1.5-litre turbo diesel and a 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol unit. The N.A petrol unit will be offered with a 6-speed MT and a CVT while the turbocharged petrol will come with a 7-speed DCT only. The only diesel engine is provided with 6-speed MT and 6-speed AT as its transmission option.