The Hyundai Enduro Concept CUV has been officially presented to the public during the 2015 Seoul Motor Show, in a premiere.
The 2015th edition of the Seoul Motor Show is turning out to be more interesting than the 2015 New York Auto Show as another concept car has been unveiled, this time signed by Hyundai. The one-off vehicle has been named the Enduro Concept and it is a crossover utility vehicle, combining the styling of a regular SUV and a rally motorcycle, as the carmaker is saying.
The Hyundai Enduro Concept has large plastic cladding on its wheel arches, a different shape for the lighting units which are getting the LED technology, the built-in step bars for the side skirts, an updated suspension system, the special air-blade design for the C pillar, the dark grey garnish on the lower parts of the car, a built-in display in the cabin, the spoke and handle moulding for the steering wheel coming from a road bike and several other tweaks.
Hyundai says that the new Enduro Concept stands at 4,271 mm in length, 1,852 mm in width and 1,443 mm in height, riding on a 2,650 mm long wheelbase. Power to the model is being provided by a 2.0 liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine, which is connected to a seven-speed dual clutch transmission. More details on the one-off vehicle are limited at this time but the company hasn’t announced its plans of putting it into production.