Here is another rendering of the upcoming Hyundai compact SUV from Rodrigo Camargo Losano. The rendering is based on spy images of a camouflaged Hyundai test mule which is caught on camera on a weekly basis in Korea.
The front of this rendering is identical to the many renderings we have shown to you before. The grille is large and reminds you of the new Santa Fe (which in spite of testing in India for a year, has shown no signs of of getting launched).
The rear of the compact SUV is dominated by the tall tailgate which gets the number plate holder closer to the bumper. This design will certainly facilitate easy loading and unloading from the boot. The sides of the rear windshield remind us of the Hyundai Grand i10 which is being launched today.
Noticias Automotivas report that the compact SUV would be about 4.2 meters in length. There's no official confirmation from Hyundai though, whether this would be a sub-4 meter offering or not. All we know is that this compact SUV is part of the Korean car maker's plans to launch four products within the next two years in India.
Overall, the Hyundai compact SUV in this design certainly seems to have the flair to take on the Ford EcoSport and the Renault Duster.
[Rendering courtesy - Rodrigo Camargo Losano for Noticias Automotivas]