New Hyundai minivan showed without camouflageAugust 19, 2020
Photo spies managed to capture the Korean novelty without any disguise, as well as examine the model’s interior.
The Korean company has repeatedly displayed camouflaged prototypes of the new minivan for testing, the official debut of which was supposed to take place in September this year. On the eve of the photo spies managed to shoot MPV without any camouflage.
Previously, experts suggested that the brand was working on a successor to the H-1, but later there were photos of a larger model that is much more suitable for this role. Probably, the brand intends to release another minivan and photos of the model devoid of camouflage are proof of this.
According to the Chinese media, which were lucky enough to photograph the new minivan, the model could be named Custo. The car has a large radiator grille to the shiny plates in the style of the latest Hyundai Grandeur sedan, side mirrors with special “legs”, sliding doors, LED headlights, and taillights that are not included in the photo are likely to be connected by a luminous plate.
Inside the minivan, a vertical touchscreen of the multimedia system, a steering wheel in the style of the new Sonata and Elantra, a virtual instrument panel, and a push-button panel instead of the traditional gear lever appeared. In China, the model will be offered in 6- and 7-day versions.
The technical part of the model has not yet been declassified, but it is expected that the engine range will be borrowed from the new Kia Carnival. The debut of the minivan should take place before the end of this year, probably at the Beijing Auto Show.
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