Hyundai Teases Mystery New Model For Europe

Hyundai has released a single teaser image of a mystery new model it is preparing to introduce in European markets.

The image, shared online by the South Korean’s automaker’s European press department, previews the C-pillar of the car and offers a glimpse of the taillight. We can also see an eye-catching side window and a door line which swoops up towards the roof and then flows down the rear fascia to the taillight.

In the brief press release detailing the new vehicle, Hyundai says “the newcomer will offer customers new exterior and interior design, as well as new connectivity and safety features which will make it a leader in its class.”

Also Read: 2020 Hyundai Venue Aims To Prove Small Crossovers Don’t Have To Be Boring

Other than these details, nothing else is known about the new Hyundai but, based on its shape, we’re inclined to suggest that it is a small crossover.

Those familiar with the Hyundai family will know that the company only unveiled its new entry-level crossover, the Venue, earlier this year. However, that vehicle won’t be sold in Europe, so it is possible that the vehicle teased will be its European equivalent, complete with a bespoke design.

Hyundai promises to release more information about its new European-bound vehicle in the coming weeks prior to its global premiere at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September.

We have reached out to Hyundai to see if we can get any more details about the car but don’t expect to hear back. If you have any idea of what Hyundai is cooking up, let us know in the comments below!

  • Carmunis

    Maybe it is the Peugeot 3008

  • cat

    I think it’s a new suv based on the kia seltos

    • Loquacious Borborygmus


    • can they have that and the Kona and Creta? …then again they can..

  • J. P.

    Maybe it’s the i10

  • #tyreslayer

    I hope they make a i20 N

  • Thetruthísntalwayspopular

    If its anything like their recent rotten efforts it can stay n south korea.

  • Felipe Politano

    This is a design cue from the Hyundai Saga concept that is supposed to show up on the next generation Hyundai HB20 subcompact for the brazilian market, due later this year. Maybe this time the HB20 (or some derivative) will be sold overseas in Europe for the first time, slotting under the i20… a bigger i10, maybe? India already has a Grand i10, so Hyundai has precedent.

  • i30 Cross, their version of the Kia XCeed

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