Hyundai Grandeur Retro Interior Rendered

by Feb 23, 2022All News, Hyundai, Renders, Slider1 comment

As you already known, Hyundai planned to make some homage to the original Grandeur with the launch of the 7th gen Grandeur. We already took a look inside thanks to the first pictures taken by our colleagues at AutoPost and now our friends at Hitekro have created a full image imagining how this retro design could be applied. What do you think?

What we know so far?

According to staff source, Hyundai plans to apply a design inspiration from the first-generation Grandeur to the seventh-generation Grandeur. Hyundai’s next-gen flagship design will drink from first-generation Grandeur DNA combining retro and futuristic design but it will also have latest tech available at HMG.

The informant said buttons will disappear in the new Grandeur, now will be touchscreens all over. The length of the car will grow to 5015mm from 4930mm. Inside, the rear seats could be reclined while the gear selector will be the same as IONIQ, so steering mounted.

The front design is very close to Staria/Telluride, (that means will have vertical headlights) while the rear design is similar to Lucid Air, and similar to the rendering above.

A key feature of the All-New Grandeur will be the Magic Roof, like Mercedes Benz, instead of a regular curtain, will be capable of blocking light and heat or become transparent depending on drivers choose.

Talking about powertrain, it is expected to carry over the same engine line-up as K8 with which shares platform. The K8 is availble with a choice of 4 gasoline engines. A 2.5-liter and 3.5-liter GDi engines, a 3.5-liter LPG and a 1.6 Turbo Hybrid.

But compared to the K8, the Grandeur will have an all-electric and in addition to the existing five-seater interior configuration, it will also have a four-seater luxury variant with independent rear seats. Next-gen Grandeur is expected to go on sale during third quarter of 2023.

Grandeur’s steering wheel in detail

Written by Jose Antonio López

Passionated about Korean cars from Hyundai, Kia & Genesis. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

1 Comment

  1. Joshua Easton

    I know this is just a render, but if this might be real, why would Hyundai keep the same screen from the current one? If it’s a redesign, make a redesign. Don’t just change the outside completely, but at least change the screen layout.

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