All-New Hyundai Van Poised For European Release
Hyundai will be revealing the H350 cargo van at the 2014 IAA Commercial Vehicles Show, but have given folks a little teaser with some official sketches.
There are currently a pair of different sketches available, both of which are very revealing.
This will be Hyundai’s first foray into the LCV market in Europe, with the design of the vehicle based on a platform that supports three distinct body styles: cargo van, minibus, and flatbed truck.
Attractive Exterior, Interior Design Of The H350 Van
The exterior styling of the van closely follows the signature Hyundai design language, with the hexagonal grille up front that flows into wraparound headlights.
LED daytime running lights are included, and the high-rising side panels are segmented by sculpted flanks.
The interior features a 3-seat layout that has been paired with a 4-spoke multifunction steering wheel. There is also a large center console that gives the vehicle a car type vibe.
This is not just form over functionality, though, as Hyundai have created a van with plenty of cabin and storage space.
The all-new H350 van can manage a payload up to 1.4 tons and a towing capacity of 2.5 tons.
Pricing and release dates have yet to be confirmed, but what is known is that the car will be produced in Turkey, and will be carried out by a trusted commercial vehicle partner.
The general public will get to see the new Hyundai H350 vehicle for real when it appears in Hannover on September 24th, which will then be followed by an appearance at the Paris Motor Show in October.