Hyundai Alcazar launch pushed
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Hyundai Alcazar launch pushed further to June 2021. There were a lot of leaks that said, Hyundai was going to launch the Alcazar soon this month, but now there have been some reports according to which the launch of the Alcazar has been pushed even further, and now hopefully we would see the price announcement and more next month in June.

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The Alcazar is expected to offer every one of the highlights accessible on the Creta, for example, the 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment framework with both the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, Hyundai’s associated vehicle tech, a 360-degree camera, an all-encompassing sunroof, ISOFIX youngster seat mounts, remote telephone charging, programmed environment control and more.

The Alcazar will get an additional line of seats, with either a 6-seat (with skipper’s seats in the subsequent column) or a 7-seat (with seat seating in the subsequent line) design. The inside will likewise be offered in a double tone shading plan, and the variant with skipper’s seats gets an interesting floor-mounted focal armrest with cupholders and add extra room.

As for the powertrain, Hyundai will offer the Alcazar in India with a petrol and a diesel motor. The petrol motor is a refreshed and all the more impressive adaptation of the Elantra and Tucson’s 2.0-litre, four-chamber unit, making 159hp and 192Nm. The diesel motor will be a similar 1.5-litre, a four-chamber turbocharged unit from the Creta that produces 115hp and 250Nm, however, it has been tuned unexpectedly. The two motors will accompany either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed programmed gearbox.

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