Alcazar will be available in three trims – Prestige, Platinum and Signature in both petrol and Diesel engine options.
Alcazar, which is the three-row version of Creta, will compete against the likes of MG Hector Plus and Tata Safari.
To provide a wholesome experience to customers, Hyundai is offering features like panoramic sun roof, LED headlamps and BlueLink connectivity to the base variant (Prestige).
In terms of engine choices, Alcazar offers 2.0-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel mated to a manual or automatic transmission.
Hyundai is also providing complimentary 3 years roadside assistance and Bluelink Connectivity and 5 years wonder warranty package. The superstructure of Alcazar is built with 75.6 % Advanced and High-Strength Steel (AHSS & HSS).
In terms of features, Alcazar offers a wireless charging pad for the second row (6-seater version), ventilated front seats, fully digital driver’s display, ambient lighting and more.
Compared with Creta, the Alcazar boasts 150 mm longer wheelbase at 2,760 mm. The alloy wheel size is also at 18-inch instead of Creta’s 17-inch.
In terms of design, the Alcazar gets an upright tailgate, twin tip faux exhausts, revised grille, new bumpers and larger quarter glass.
Alcazar will be available in 6 colour choices: Taiga Brown, Typhoon Silver, Polar White, Titan Grey, Phantom Black and Starry Night.
Hyundai commenced bookings for Alcazar last week, and has garnered over 4,000 units so far. The carmaker said 55% of the bookings received were for the diesel variant.
The 6-seater version is gaining more traction initially with 60% of bookings. Hyundai also said all the three trims received an equal share of bookings.