Hyundai Staria MPV Revealed Ahead Of Launch
Finally, Hyundai took the wraps off from the Staria. The Staria is a substitute for the famous MPV H1/Starex sold abroad.
The first series of teasers released last week offered us a hint of the large manufacturing MPV cabin. It is full of a wide front windshield and a big grill with two rectangular headlights located vertically at each side. Depending on the variant, the grille and headlamps will receive chromic bits and LEDs. The full-width LED DRL strip is placed in the front and rear lamp design of the parametric pixel. It also has a lower rear lip to make the goods in your baggage compartment easy to load and unload.
The more up-to-date version of Hyundai Staria Premium, seen in these photos, contains an 18-inch wheel with diamond patterns, complementary inserts on the front grille, and the colored brass of chromE on door handles, wing mirrors, and rolls.
According to Hyundai, the Staria has a lower beltline and large windows, inspired by the cruise ship lounge. A 10.25-inch floating touchscreen and ambient lighting, along with a push-button gear selector are included in the multi-level dashboard, which can already be seen on other models, including the latest Santa Fe model. Per nook and corner, including the roof, the MPV receives many storage chambers.
According to Hyundai, the seven-seater version of the superior Staria Premium provides the second line passengers a one-touch relaxing mode that reclines their seat to a position that conveniently spread the weight of the passengers over the seat for “improved overall corporeal equilibrium.”
The top models would have high-end features similar to those on the Toyota Vellfire in India when it comes to seating. The lower models are also provided with traditional bench seats and multi-row seats.
On the powertrain side, nothing is understood, but one of the pictures shows a 3.5 symbol. This means that, depending on the market, the model comes with 3,5-liter petrol or diesel engine. In a couple of days, Hyundai will announce Staria’s powertrain options.
Hyundai is now preparing an international Kia Carnival MPV in addition to the Staria. Today, the brand focuses on the launch of SUVs in India. While there is no news to the Hyundai Staria MPV, it was recently sold in small numbers in India by its arch-rival, Toyota Hiace.