If you didn’t know any better, you might assume Alcazar was just a Cretan with a bigger vocabulary. In reality, it is exactly the case. It lacks the huge power of similar items on the market.

Alcazar’s interior lacks luxuries such as soft-touch plastics despite the car’s upscale status. We can reasonably anticipate that vehicles costing four times as much as the Vista will likewise give comparable amenities if Tata can provide moderately pliable plastics on the Vista in 2008.

The only visible difference is that the licence plate has been relocated from the trunk to the bumper. Still, the chrome strip with the Alcazar emblem prevents the number plate illumination lights from being seen, therefore this design may not be put into production.

The Alcazar comes equipped with BlueLink-connected car technology, a 10.25-inch touchscreen for the vehicle’s infotainment system, a 10.25-inch digital display for the driver, wireless charging, automatic climate control, a 360-degree camera, a panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seats, and a heated steering wheel.