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Hyundai NEOS-II Crossover Concept


October 19, 2003

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Another eye-catching preview of what's on offer at this week's 2003 Tokyo Motor Show is this NEOS-II Crossover Utility Vehicle (CUV) from Hyundai. The futuristic compact utility vehicle is fitted an Adaptive Forward Lighting System and an innovative multi-link rear sliding door for easier entry and egress and the front seating is designed to match the comfort of luxury sedans.

A creation of the company's Japan Design Center, NEOS-II (NE ologism Of Style) is the second major concept to be executed by the Chiba-based center.

Key dimensions:

Overall Length: 3,835 mm (25mm longer than Getz)

Overall Width: 1,775mm (15mm wider than Tiburon)

Overall Height: 1,585 mm (90mm higher than Getz)

Tyre Size: 255/35 ZR20

Seating Capacity: 4 persons

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