Hyundai recently launched the next generation Creta in the Indian market and just like older generation version, it is doing well in the market. They have already received over 30,000 bookings for the all-new Creta within a couple of months time. Many manufacturers are also planning to enter 6 or 7-seater SUV segment and MG had already started the wave by launching MG Hector Plus in the market. Hyundai is also working on a 7-seater version of the Creta which is likely to be called the Alcazar according to some recent reports. Here we have a video that shows how the upcoming 7-seater Creta from Hyundai might look like.
The video has been uploaded by SRK Designs on their Youtube channel. The video starts with a regular new-generation Creta. The artist simply extends the rear of the all new SUV to increase the length of the car. This was done in order to accommodate the third row seat in the car. Even though the window for the third row passenger cannot be opened and it is large enough to let in enough into the cabin. Apart from that everything else remains the same as the current SUV at the rear.
Coming to the front, artist has replaced the grille with a much more butch looking unit and all the chrome inserts around the grille and other areas have been removed. It retains, tri-beam projector LED headlamps, boomerang shaped split LED DRLs and fog lamps on the lower part of the bumper.
The air dam on the lower part of the grille is also blacked out and this gives it a premium look. The black cladding and faux skid plate found in Creta has been removed. Coming to the side profile, the cladding over the wheel arches and lower part of the door have been removed and get body coloured panels instead. This makes the Creta 7-seater of Alcazar look much more premium. The artist has also changes the stock alloys for aftermarket units.
It is likely to be powered by the same engine as the regular Creta. Overall, the render looks pretty neat and when launched, Hyundai Alcazar will compete against recently launched MG Hector Plus, Mahindra XUV500 and upcoming Tata Gravitas. Hyundai has not revealed anything about the launch but, it is expected to be launched in the market later next year.