Hyundai is going to launch a 7 seater version of the Creta in the Indian market very soon. According to several reports, this new 7-seater SUV from Creta will reach the showroom in the second quarter of FY 2021 i.e. from July to September. Although its name will be quite different from Creta
Hyundai’s 7 seater named Alcazar
This 7-seater SUV from Hyundia can be named Alcazar. According to many reports, the new 7-seater will see many cosmetic changes compared to the current 5-seater model. However, it is being said that Alcazar will in a way be a bigger version of the existing 5-seater Creta. Which will add a third line with very minor changes.
Creta 7 seater design
A few days ago, several pictures of this 7-seater Hyundia were leaked, which makes it clear that the front 5-seater will be similar to the Creta. Apart from this, there will be a split boomerang-shaped LED DRL with a tri-projector headlamp. And there will be indicators at the bottom of the bumper. Its alloy wheel can be increased slightly and the look can also be changed.
Creta 7 Seater Interior
Not much change is expected in its interior. Like the Creta, it will get a 10.25-inch touch screen, digital instrument cluster, sound system of Bose. In the second row of this 7 seater, either bench style or captain seat setup can be found. Its third row seats will be foldable. Which, when folded, will create a much larger boot space. Panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seat, air purifier, more than 2 airbags can also be found in it. Features such as front parking sensor, tire pressure monitoring, electronic stability program will be available.
Creta 7 Seater Engine
In many media reports, claims have been made about the engine of this SUV that it will get only two engine options. It will have a 1.4 liter turbo petrol engine option that will generate 140PS power and 242 Nm torque. The second will be a 1.5-liter diesel engine. Which will generate power of 115 PS and torque of 250 Nm. The 1.4-liter turbo petrol can come in a 6-speed manual.
Creta 7 Seater Price?
The new 7 seater can be about 1 lakh rupees more expensive than the 5 seater Creta. That is, it can start from around Rs 10 lakh and can go beyond 17 lakh. The Creta 7 seater will compete directly with MG Hector Plus and Mahindra XUV500 and Tata Gravitas.