Hyundai pickup truck again caught by photo spiesDecember 10, 2019
Increasingly, we can observe a test prototype of the first pickup of the Korean brand on public roads.
After Hyundai made a statement that they will build their own pickup truck in a plant in Alabama, where serial production of the new product will start in 2021, we can share with you the very first photo of the prototype pickup truck with the final body.
Recall that the Hyundai pickup, which is expected to be called Santa Cruz, will debut in the United States, where it will subsequently be assembled. It is known that a small pickup will receive four-wheel drive, and the truck cab will be offered in various formats. Of course, most of this is just rumors at the moment, but these conversations spawn Hyundai representatives.
A pickup truck is being secretly tested at the Hyundai test site in California, near Los Angeles, perhaps this is one of the best places to test a new cargo.
Since production is scheduled to begin in 2021, it is only logical that the automaker has already begun testing new items. It is expected that the model will inherit a number of design solutions from modern models of the brand, will be “much more peculiar.”
Information on the technical characteristics of the model is not yet available, but, according to preliminary information, the novelty will receive a hybrid power plant with a 2.5-liter engine with an electric motor. Its target market will be the people whom Hyundai describes in its press release as “a new generation of customers.” As for how the pickup will look, this remains to be seen, but Hyundai used the Santa Cruz concept photos for its announcement, which would make it believe that the upcoming truck would be much like a prototype.
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