Hyundai Motors has managed to create quite a hype around the Hyundai Alcazar but there aren’t any details available on this 7-seater SUV online. Sadly due to the embargo, we are not allowed to talk about its driving characteristics so instead, we have listed down some of the key highlights of the all-new Hyundai Alcazar.
- Two engines are on offer with the Alcazar, a 2.0-litre petrol engine that produces 157bhp and a 1.5-litre diesel engine that produces 113bhp.
- Both engines are available with the option of a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox.
- The automatic variant of the Alcazar will offer steering-mounted paddle shifters.
- Three driving modes will be on offer – Eco, City and Sport, which can be selected using a rotary drive mode selector dial.
- The Alcazar is offered with two different seating layouts, a 6-seater with captain rows for the second row or a 7-seat layout with bench seats for the second and third row. Also, the seats on the second row slide forward and backwards and the third-row seats will offer a little bit of recline.
- The Alcazar is stated to offer a boot space of 180 litres even with all the seats up, and if additional space is required, the third row of seats fold completely flat. The third row also offers the option of a 50:50 split-fold.
- The SUV has a wheelbase of 2760mm to accommodate the second and third-row passengers comfortably.
- Also on offer are a set of 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels.
- In terms of passenger comfort, the Alcazar offers ventilated seats for the front passengers, a foldable tray for the second-row passengers and the third-row passengers have separate AC vents with speed control.
As we mentioned above, presently we are only allowed to disclose this much information on the Hyundai Alcazar but watch out for this space as we will try and get you the latest updates on Hyundai’s all-new 7-seater SUV.