The Korean automaker Hyundai Motor is all set to a new car for the car lover. It touted to be a longer version of the Creta, which most likely will come out to be the Creta 7-seat SUV. Albeit, the official name is yet to be confirmed.
Hyundai has been busy testing the same car in and outside the country, and its prototype has been spotted undergoing tests several times in the past. It may make its global debut by the end-2021. The carmaker has also trademarked Alcazar nameplate in India, which might also be used for the longer version of Creta in the future.
Talking about the specifications, the new SUV will benefit from styling bits including a cascading grille with mesh pattern, split LED headlamps and taillamps, sporty bumpers, and dual exhaust ports. It will also get front parking sensors and roof rails. The alloy wheels design on the new SUV looks inspired by the wheels found on the Venue subcompact SUV. It is likely to borrow its powertrain from the existing Creta SUV. The options may include 1.5-litre petrol, 1.5-litre diesel and 1.4-litre GDI turbocharged petrol units.