Meanwhile in South Korea caught disguised a test mule of the B-SUV rolling around Namyang R&D Centre. It’s the platform that tends to eat up the biggest cost during development, with the under-body and suspension included. It also includes the chassis, engines, and powertrain options.
As of now the powertrain details are unknown, but Hyundai has a range of engine options in diesel and petrol ranging from 1.4 litre “Gamma” petrol to 1.6 litre CRDi diesel to choose from. Also Hyundai has a 1.0-liter petrol engine with turbo (TCi) with 106 hp revealed few months ago. Stay tuned for more info so soon!