A leaked doc reveals that Hyundai has trademarked the title Alcazar for a brand new SUV. Given the truth that the one new Hyundai SUV at present anticipated to make its debut is the 7-seated model of the Creta, Alcazar is more likely to be its official title.
A just lately leaked doc means that Hyundai Motor Firm has trademarked the title Alcazar in India. The doc reveals that the title has been trademarked for a brand new Sports activities Utility Car (SUV) and given the truth that the one new Hyundai SUV at present anticipated to make its debut is the 7-seated model of the Creta, Alcazar might be its official title. The upcoming 7-seater model of the Hyundai Creta is at present present process testing in South Korea, and primarily based on the spy images, it is nearing manufacturing.
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Effectively, as of now, there have been no clear indications concerning the 7-seater Creta coming to India. Nevertheless, given how the SUV section is rising, and the actual fact the opposite carmakers like MG Motor India and Tata are gearing as much as launch 3-row variations of their compact SUVs, Hyundai is more likely to contemplate bringing the brand new SUV to India. And the truth that it has trademarked a brand new SUV title, might be the indication we have been ready for.
In comparison with the second-generation Hyundai Creta, which was launched in India this yr, the brand new 7-seater SUV will include a number of visible updates, together with a brand new entrance grille with bolder components. Earlier spy images point out that the SUV will get related headlamps and foglamps, however the alloy wheels can be all-new, together with new wheel arch cladding and dual-tone facet skirts.
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The 7-seater model of the Creta, or more likely to be known as the Hyundai Alcazar, may even get a correct D-pillar with 1 / 4 glass. The SUV may even get new, bigger LED taillamps, and a sporty dual-exhaust system, presumably for the turbo-petrol model. The SUV can be more likely to get a brand new tailgate. Moreover, the brand new 7-seater SUV will reportedly be 30 mm longer than the Creta, and it’ll include a 20 mm longer wheelbase and 10 mm longer rear overhang, to accommodate the third row.
Powertrain choices are but to be introduced, nevertheless, it is more likely to borrow the petrol and diesel mills from the 5-seater Hyundai Creta, which will get a pair of 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines, together with a 1.4-litre GDI turbocharged petrol motor in India.