Details of Hyundai’s first frame SUV revealedSeptember 17, 2020
The South Korean brand plans to introduce its own frame SUV to compete with the Chevy Tahoe and Toyota Land Cruiser. The new Hyundai may be called Terracan or Pavise.
If you believe the reports of our insiders, South Korean Hyundai plans to present its own frame SUV soon. The company wants to “grab a piece of the pie” – in fact, recently, SUVs are becoming an increasingly popular form of transport. To give us an idea of what such a vehicle might look like, we have this unofficial render from artist Enoch Gonzalez.
In fact, Gonzalez has created several variants of this fictional Hyundai in different colors and layouts, but the basic design of the virtual novelty remains the same.
It presents an interesting take on Hyundai’s signature false radiator grille by removing the center bar. This certainly goes against the current design of this exterior element of all of the automaker’s modern crossovers, but gives this SUV a distinctive look. The slim daytime running lights and massive headlights are more in line with Hyundai’s current styling, and the rear is pretty much like the Kona compact crossover with its upper and lower headlights.
At the moment, there is no official data on the company’s plans to create a frame SUV. We haven’t seen any camouflaged prototypes of this car, but rumor has it that the automaker is at least considering a similar model. Hyundai registered the Pavise trademark in New Zealand last year, and in a recent interview with Carsales.au, Hyundai Motor Group’s global product manager, Lorenz Glaab, mentioned plans to build something even larger than the current seven-seat Palisade crossover.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Hyundai Tucson crossover was officially presented. The fourth generation crossover has received significant differences from its predecessor.
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