Hyundai Introduced A New SUV Concept At The Home Motor Show In Busan
At the Busan International Motor Show (BIMOS 2018) in South Korea, which this year is held from June 7 to June 17, Hyundai introduces the prototype of the HDC-2 Grandmaster SUV.
It gives an idea of the appearance of company’s future models and, as the chief designer of Hyundai Sang-Yup Lee says, helps to trace the evolution of design and is a step towards turning Hyundai into a brand that customers will perceive emotionally and truly love.
Two images of the new car have been published so far, on which a massive grille and large wheels attract attention.
Perhaps, we will see some new design solutions on the Hyundai’s new production flagship SUV.
Previously, a new version of the Tucson model with mild-hybrid technology based on a diesel engine was introduced. The 2.0-liter motor with capacity of 186 hp works in pair with a compact electric engine of 12 kW (16 hp).
The latter serves as a starter-generator and is powered by a 48-volt on-board electrical system based on a 0.44 kWh lithium-ion battery. Such a hybrid system allows to save fuel, reducing its consumption by an average of 7%.
In the picture above: 2019 Hyundai Tucson