Hyundai has revealed the Enduro SUV concept at the Seoul Motor Show 2015. The Enduro concept, as the company claims, combines the look of an SUV with that of a rally motorcycle, and is expected to target buyers that have ‘energetic and athletic lives’.
The Enduro concept features a slightly redesigned Hyundai grille, along with aluminium aero-blades on the front bumper. It also gets a crossover look, featuring high ground clearance, SUV-style fender cladding and dark-grey garnish on the lower parts of the car. The C-pillars get unique air-blades, and there are side skirts with incorporated step bars for easy access. It also gets unique tail-lamps, with a strip rising along the air-blades of the C-pillars, and meeting above the rear windshield. The car features faux air-vents on the front and rear bumper that get additional lights.
On the inside, the Enduro concept’s cabin has driver oriented theme, with ‘horizontal and vertical elements’ designed to match the car’s exterior looks. The company says that the steering design incorporates the spoke and handle molding of a motorcycle, while the door handles have the lightweight cowl image of an off-road bike. The instrument cluster concentrates a lot of information in an integrated display that aims to minimise distraction, Hyundai has said.
The Enduro concept is being showcased alongside Hyundai’s new Tucson and new Sonata at the Seoul Motor Show 2015.