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post #1 of 22 Old 04-15-2014, 10:57 AM Thread Starter
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Hyundai Van Prototype Spied Testing

Hyundai is looking to get into the full-size van market. Here we can see what they have done so far.









You can't really tell much from these spy shots. The camo is really heavy and it covers up the body and the front fascia. Where we do get a good look is the interior of the van.







I think that the interior of this Hyundai van looks amazing. I am very impressed with the interior design.

http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2...d-testing.html
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So far it looks good, hyundai has proved they can build great vehicles and this is one im looking forward to
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does anyone know if this is ground up Hyundai design or something they borrowed from another maker? The interior reminds me of a ford...

Just wondering if they perhaps went the RAM and Chevrolet Route?
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I would be very surprised if they did this ground up also i can't even begin to think who they might be sharing this build with
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There really isn't that much info out on the web about this van yet, but I figure if it was being shared with another brand that that would have been in the media already. Hyundai tends to make their own vehicles if I am not mistaken.

This van looks really great from what I am seeing here. I just wonder what the timeline is on it. Likely longer than I am willing to wait.
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interesting.. so hyundai is playing in this game too
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Yup, i guess they seen the Japanese do it and figured they would want step in.
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With so many brands getting into this segment there must be a lot of growth expected in the full size van segment. Part of me wonders why a lot of these companies weren't involved in the segment earlier.
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if they give it a good engine and sell it at at low low price. it'll probably be everywhere in a year
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if they give it a good engine and sell it at at low low price. it'll probably be everywhere in a year
That could be said about almost any vehicle. Of course if it is a good vehicle at a cheap price than it will sell well. I think its more of a question of how capable it will be, and what that capability will cost. People will be willing to pay a little more as long as it is worth it.
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