Hyundai SUV Range: The Epitome of Style and Sophistication in India

This year, Hyundai is anticipated to introduce three more new SUVs to the Indian market; we’ve covered them here.

Hyundai SUV: Three more new SUVs (the facelifted Creta N Line, Alcazar, and Tucson) are probably in the works for this year, but Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) just unveiled the significantly updated Creta a few weeks ago. These are the details we have provided:

Hyundai Creta N Line

The Creta N Line is almost ready for release, as evidenced by the unveiled photos taken during the TVC filming and the fact that has already been caught testing it. The recently redesigned regular Creta will receive a number of cosmetic updates, and the interior will also see significant changes when the Creta N Line goes on sale next month.

With a maximum power output of 160 PS and a peak torque of 253 Nm, it will be powered by a 1.5L turbocharged petrol engine. Only a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox is currently available for the 1.5L turbo engine from Hyundai; however, a six-speed manual gearbox may also be available for the Creta N Line. You can expect a sportier exhaust note and stiffer suspension. It will also feature two brand-new colour schemes.

Hyundai Alcazar Facelift

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The second-biggest automaker in the nation is anticipated to introduce the redesigned Alcazar by the middle of this year, drawing styling cues from the most recent Creta. It will feature redesigned front and rear sections with full-width LED lighting systems, a more pronounced grille, and other physical updates. It will be built on the Sensuous Sportiness philosophy.

The options for the powertrain will not change, though. In addition, the Hyundai Tucson of 2024 will have a number of interior improvements, such as Level 2 ADAS.

Hyundai Tucson Facelift

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Hyundai unveiled the Tucson mid-cycle update towards the end of the previous year, showcasing revised interior and external styling. Similar revisions are anticipated for the Indian premiere, which is anticipated to take place in the second half of this year. The current 2.0L gasoline and diesel engines, mated to either a six-speed or eight-speed automatic gearbox, will remain in place, making powertrain modifications extremely unlikely.

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