Korean manufacturer Hyundai recently unveiled the latest MPV Custo exterior design globally ahead of its launch in the coming month.
- Hyundai Custo MPV globally unveiled ahead of its launch
- The Custo MPV gets 2+2+3 seating configuration featuring captain seats
- Hyundai Custo comes with powered by 1.5 Litre turbo petrol; could also offered 2.0 Litre turbo petrol
South Korean manufacturer Beijing Hyundai Motor company has finally unveiled the latest MPV Custo ahead of its launch in the Chinese market. In the latest images only, exterior designs have been revealed, which look sleek and beautiful. It should be noted that the exterior design of Custo lookalike its smaller sibling Kia MPV Carnival. The reveal took place on the brand’s official Sine Weibo page, through many sets of images. While talking about the design at the front, we see a pair of dagger-shaped headlamps, along with a massive grille that looks like the new-generation Tucson grille. The Grille consists of 3D mesh elements along with integrated LED DRLs.
Although, the front bumper houses good-looking fog lamps and LED turn indicators, with chrome surrounds. The MPV rides on a beautiful-looking dual-tone alloy wheel, seated with slightly squarish wheel arches. The Custo gets a sliding door on both sides long enough to ease access to the second and third row. The Custo MPV gets a 2+2+3 seating configuration featuring the captain seats on the second row and an optional third-row as well just like in the Kia carnival facelift. The rear section of the MPV features a single bold piece LED taillights with HYUNDAI lettering in middle.
As for performance, the Custo MPV is powered by a 1.5 Litre turbo-petrol four-cylinder engine that belts out 167 PS of maximum power. Apart from that, it could also be offered with a 2.0 Litre turbo petrol engine. Beijing Hyundai earlier revealed few interior teasers, and it is likely to feature a 10.4-inch infotainment system that will be vertically oriented in the center console. Along with this center console is also positioned with a transmission gearbox, parking brake, and so on. The dashboard design and steering design are expected to be simple and the same as the new generation Creta. While the full interior images are yet to be unveiled and the MPV won’t be coming to the Indian market.