Will be Hyundai’s Renault Duster Oroch rival.
Hyundai is operative on a new pickup for Brazil and presumably some-more South American markets. According to a news from Car And Driver Brasil, a South Korean automaker will launch a pickup chronicle of a Hyundai Creta in Brazil in 2018.
The news in a magazine, that was common by Autoblog.com.ar, says that a Hyundai Creta pickup will get locally done in Brazil, where it will face off with a Renault Duster Oroch and a Fiat Toro. The Creta is formed on a churned tallness of a prior era Elantra and Tucson and this tallness will be heavily mutated to support a light pickup.
The Hyundai Creta pickup was previewed by a Hyundai Creta Sport Truck Concept during a 2016 Sao Paulo Auto Show in November. The Creta STC measures 4.65 metres in length, 1.85 metres in breadth and 1.63 metres in height, and a wheelbase of 2.8 metres. Compared to a Creta, it is 38 cm longer and 7 cm wider, and has a 21 cm longer wheelbase. It is a company’s second pickup judgment after a Hyundai Santa Cruz crossover lorry concept that was introduced during a 2015 North American International Auto Show. Hyundai now does not have a lifestyle pickup in a tellurian portfolio.
The news indicates that a Hyundai Creta pickup will be built in Piracicaba where now a Hyundai Creta and Hyundai HB20 are made.
Hyundai Creta Sport Truck Concept – Image Gallery
[Source: Car and Driver Brasil]