Hyundai launched the Alcazar in the Indian market and it has been performing well against its rivals. People have already started modifying the Alcazars according to their preferences. Here, is one Alcazar whose interior has been upgraded to look and feel more premium.
The video is uploaded on YouTube by travel singh. In the video, we can see a top-end variant of the Alcazar being modified. The owner opted to customize the interior of the Alcazar.
In the video, we can hear a person saying that the owner of this Alcazar did not like how there were multiple colours in the interior. There was tan brown, black and some areas were finished in grey colour. So, he wanted to upgrade the interior so that it feels more up-market.
The upper part of the dashboard, doors and pillars are now finished in black. The rest of the dashboard is finished in brown colour and the AC surrounds now have piano black. The remaining part of the dashboard is finished in faux carbon fibre. The steering wheel also has some changes. The buttons now have piano black and the surrounds have a carbon fibre finish. The centre of the steering wheel also has a carbon fibre finish.
The door pads now have a carbon fibre finish around the switch gear and around the door lock, there is a piano black insert. Also, there are blue accents placed on the door pad that highlight the door. The same treatment has also been given to the second row. The centre console located between the rear seat has also gone through piano black treatment. The seats have not been changed and are finished in brown and black. So, now the seats match the whole cabin. It also comes with brown floor mats and even the boot has been covered with the same mats.
The Alcazar we see in the video is the six-seater version. So, it gets two captain seats in the second row and a dedicated centre console with storage, a wireless charger and two cupholders. No other SUV in the segment offers this. You can also get the Alcazar as a 7-seater that comes with a bench seat.
Hyundai’s pricing might seem a bit high but they are not offering a base variant with the Alcazar. So, even the low spec variant is very well equipped. Alcazar offers rear sunshades, Arkamys sound system, 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, 17-inch alloy wheels, 7-inch Supervision cluster, ambient lighting, glovebox cooling, cruise control, smart key with push-button to start/stop, panoramic sunroof, automatic climate control, wireless charger and a lot more as standard.
The Alcazar starts at Rs. 16.30 lakhs ex-showroom and goes up to Rs. 20.14 lakhs ex-showroom. It competes against the Mahindra XUV700, Tata Safari and MG Hector Plus. You can get the Alcazar with a petrol engine or a diesel engine. Hyundai also offers a manual gearbox or an automatic transmission. The automatic gearbox is offered with every variant.