Hyundai continues to test the seven-seat version of the Hyundai Creta, which will receive a new design and, according to some sources, its own name. Portal Motorbeam.com published a batch of fresh spy photos taken in India, and shared some details about the model.
According to the publication, the three-row Creta received an original design of the front part, different from the standard crossover: it has a different grille, bumpers and wheels. The interior, most likely, will be left unchanged, as well as the technical stuffing-it will be the same as that of the five-seat Creta for the Indian market.
Journalists drew attention to the fact that Hyundai recently registered the name Alcazar in India, and they are tipping it to the seven-seat version of Creta. Whether the automaker really intends to give the model its own name, it will become clear soon: the premiere of the crossover will take place before the end of 2021.
It is still difficult to talk about the appearance of such a car outside of India. Perhaps Hyundai will decide to bring the seven-seat crossover to other markets.