Hyundai Creta is one of the most popular mid-size SUV that the Korean manufacturer sells in India. Creta has been in the top position when it comes to sales ever since it was launched in the market. This has not changed not even a bit with the new generation version which got launched last year. Hyundai is now all set to launch 7-seater Alcazar based on the popular Creta. Hyundai will be launching it officially on June 18, 2021. Even before the first version of Acazar has launched in the market, we have a render image on how the facelifted version of Alcazar might look like.
The render images have been shared by IAB on their website. The render image is actually based on the spy pics of the facelifted Hyundai Creta that was recently spotted testing internationally. As in the case with any other render, this is just a speculative render and there are chances that Hyundai might not even bring a facelifted version of Alcazar in the market. Pictures of Hyundai Alcazar is already available online. The facelifted version is a lot different from the one that will be launched in the market.
Starting with the front, Alcazar facelift gets a wider grille which was also seen in Creta facelift spy pic. The grille is extended in a way that the LED DRLs now act as a part of the grille. Coming down, Alcazar looks a lot more sharper than the current version Creta or to be launched Alcazar. The headlights on this SUV have been redesigned and so is the bumper.
In this render image, the artist gave Alcazar an entirely different looking alloy when compared with current version. The current version Creta’s design has a design that some like and some don’t. That could be one of the reason why Hyundai is working on a facelift just after an year launching the new gen Creta. Alcazar also carries a similar design at the front and there is a possibility that Hyundai might launch it in Alcazar as well.
The design that we see here in the render image is not a brand new one. Similar design has been seen in the new-gen Tucson that is already on sale in international markets. The upcoming Alcazar is based on Creta but, is different from its 5-seater sibling. The wheelbase on Alcazar is longer and offers three rows of seat. Alcazar will be available in both 6 and 7 seater versions. In the 6-seater version, there will be a center console between the seats which is normally not seen in a car of this segment.
The overall cabin design of Alcazar will remain more or less the same with probably a different colour treatment. It will offer all the features that are already available with Creta. One of the features that distinguishes Alcazar from Creta from rear are those different looking LED tail lamps and redesinged bumper. Alcazar will be available with both petrol and diesel engine options. The petrol version will be powered by a 2.0 litre engine and the diesel version will get the same 1.5 litre from Creta. Both petrol and diesel engine options would come with manual and automatic transmission options.