The Hyundai Staria aims at digitally remastering the concept of a Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV), aka the van. Its official digital world premiere is scheduled for later this year, and what we see here is a first look at what to expect from the Hyundai Staria. The Staria’s exterior design can be described as futuristically nostalgic. The Hyundai Staria resembles how people in the 1990s imagined vans would look in today’s 2021. It features horizontal taillights that are sure to bring up childhood memories for those old enough to remember dial-up internet. The overall exterior design looks as sleek as an unboxed smartphone.
The Hyundai Staria’s interior is said to have taken inspiration from a lounge on a cruise ship – meant to promote comfort and relaxation. Seating options for the Staria van range from two passengers, for commercial use, to 11 passenger configurations for shuttling people around. Premium Staria models will offer six or nine seating configurations with available one-touch automated inclining seats that adjust to improve overall body balance by comfortably dispersing a passenger’s weight. Premium Hyundai Staria models will also feature a 64-color ambient mood lamp to dress the interior. Staria drivers will get a digital gauge cluster and a 10.25-inch front display screen with a push-button electronic gear selector.
If you liked this, check out the Mercedes-Benz V-Class.