Hyundai Alcazar Official Video Released Ahead Of Launch
The next Alcazar was presented by Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) in Bishangarh. It is available in six and seven-seater versions and has also released its technical characteristics. It is planned to sell in India next month and will compete with Tata Safari and MG Hector Plus.
“With a profound grasp of the ambitions of our customers, our R&D Centre, in the reveal S S Kim, MD & CEO, Hyundai Motor India Ltd., has dedicated countless manual hours in ensuring grandeur oozes in each area of Hyundai ALCAZAR. We have created the ultimate masterpiece of grandeur together with our premium and excellent production skills & a rich legacy from ‘Mask in India.'”
The second-largest automobile manufacturer in the country states that the Alcazar reflects the greatness and splendor of the sites and castles and is based on the sensual concept of sports design adopted by the world brand. It is made of high-strength, 75.6% advanced steel. In the engine room, B- and D-pillars are employed for greater handling and stability.
The Alcazar is made on an Industry 4.0-fitted floor and offers the Alcazar “high elegance and excellent durability.” Over three lakh executive man-hours have been spent on the project and various electrical instruments recorded at two lakh points every day. More than 12 billion yearly data points were also leveraged by more than 100 data scientists to offer “regal” quality on the shop floor. The three-row SUV comes with a second-row armrest, top-level wheelbase length, and slideshows to provide variable legroom for both segments.
Furthermore, the drive shaft was reported to be perfectly calibrated to assure linearity of the acceleration noise. The floor area comes with structural glue and foam in BIW to lower the structural boom for a peaceful and pleasant experience in the cabin. As with Elantra, the Alcazar is powered by a 2,0-liter four-cylinder BSVI gasoline engine. It generates a maximal power of 159 hp and can accelerate by less than 10 seconds from zero to 100 kmph, while the 1,5-liter 4-pot oil burner releases 115 hp. Both engines are combined with either a six-speed manual or an automatic transmission with a six-speed torque converter.
It is provided with a flat torque converter for lower losses during acceleration and ball bearings are utilized to decrease drag and optimize the capacity of the oil pump. The ultimate six-speed MT gear ratios in diesel have been stated to be optimized for higher performance and also incorporates a three-cone synchro and a TGS height stop for enhanced shift quality.
The hydraulic rebound stopper is also offered in front to improve rebound control and plumbing ride and there are three modes: Eco, City, and Sport. Tested on 15 driveways, surface and weather situations, Alcazar is produced on the Irungattukottai, in Tamil Nadu, with 89 percent green energy.
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