Hyundai’s New Funky Sub-Compact SUV Spied Inside & Out

Hyundai’s Juke-rivaling baby SUV has been spotted once again while fully camouflaged, except that this time, we managed to have a little peek inside.

Even though the dashboard is partially covered by some type of mesh, we can still see right through it to catch a glimpse of the car’s touchscreen display, the center-mounted air vents as well the climate control dials.

Other than that, the instrument dials feature an analog design, with what looks like a portrait-style rectangular display in the middle for the trip computer info.

On the outside, it’s rumored that this model was inspired by the Intrado Concept that Hyundai showcased back in 2014 at the Geneva Motor Show – a concept that was meant to further evolve Hyundai’s “Fluidic Sculpture” design philosophy. Still, it’s also likely that this car will share similar design traits with the current i30 and Tucson models, despite the possible Jeep Cherokee and Citroen C4 Picasso-like headlights.

This B-segment SUV will most likely be based on the i20 platform, using a mix of i20 and i30 parts. Some rumors suggest that it will share a few power units with the new i30 compact, with both FWD and AWD versions available.

While still unnamed, Hyundai’s baby-SUV will take on the likes of the Nissan Juke, Renault Captur and Opel Mocca X once it arrives sometime this year.

Photo Credits: CarPix for CarScoops


  • Dennis Scipio

    They’re pulling a “Jeep Cherokee” with those Headlights.

    • Mind Synthetic

      errr nooo, they are pulling a Citroen cactus and a c3

      • Dennis Scipio

        no, i meant with the headlights that are separate from the turn signals.

        • Archknight77

          He’s right this headlamp arrangement appeared on the Citroen models first, then the Cherokee.

          • Dennis Scipio

            Oh, I didn’t know, sorry.

          • Mind Synthetic

            don’t sweat it, we are all here because we love cars, we rip on them and each other, we learn from each other.

          • Ben

            Actually, Pontiac in the USA tried this first back in 2001 with the Aztek model.

      • Dennis Scipio

        you hear me? I was wrong!

      • nhaerter

        We in the US don’t get Citroen…sad, right? (That may be why he brought up the Cherokee.)

  • Cloudbusted

    are you sure it’s not the new Citroen subSUV?

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  • Sedat

    production version of Hyundai Intrado?