Hyundai Tucson Adventure Mobile

Oct 23, 2015

Category: Rides

Hyundai generally makes their bones by creating quiet, quaint, cute little commuter cars that are inoffensive and inexpensive. Well, thanks to wrencher John Pangilinan, there’s now some expedition vehicle DNA coming to the Hyundai lineup. It’s call the Adventuremobile and it’s a tricked out, pumped up, never-say-die Hyundai Tucson that is ready for either the open road, the drive to work, or going off the beaten path.

A roof-mounted tent comes standard so you’re never without a place to sleep, while the other customizations are a little more tame to appeal to the average weekend warrior. A slight suspension lift, some tweaks to the powertrain, and an enhanced exhaust help make it ready to go wherever the horizon takes you while still being viable for taking the little ones to soccer practice.

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