Hyundai is showing off a new concept vehicle that will be on display at SEMA next month. The latest concept vehicle is a modified 2016 Tucson that is primed and ready for the outdoors dubbed the Adventuremobile. The truck will make its official debut during the Hyundai press conference on November 3 in Las Vegas.
The truck is designed to be ready for commuting during the week and ready to get out off the grid on the weekends. The biggest feature is the custom suspension lift that boosts the SUV an extra 1.5-inches off the ground. The truck is then fitted with Rays Gram Lights wheels and Toyota Open Country A/T tires.
Custom brakes help the truck stop when the going gets too rough. The body is covered in custom BASF army green paint and the front bumper is protected by an Aries Bull Bar and side steps. On the roof is a platform for carrying stuff that also holds a Treeline Tamarack Constellation Gen2 roof tent.
A bunch of Rigid LED lights keep you lit off-road. Inside the truck has custom Katzkin leather, a custom audio system, and a solar generator that keeps your gadgets charged in conjunction with some solar panels. Hyundai will also have the 700hp Tucson Brute Ute at SEMA.