Hyundai Motor Company has unveiled the first images of its new futuristic-styled minivan named Staria. This new minivan model reinforces Hyundai's commitment to smart mobility solutions, under the brand vision "Progress For Humanity". The innovative and attractive Staria has a very futuristic design capable of offering new experiences for both the driver and passengers, making trips more enjoyable, productive and satisfying.

The exterior of the new Staria is revolutionary and futuristic. Its front panel attracts attention due to its elongated and horizontal daytime running light and the headlights positioned below. In addition, its large panoramic windows emphasize the openness of the interior, are very reminiscent of the style of a spaceship. Hyundai has also optimized the cabin height to offer greater comfort and practicality, making this model an excellent choice for both professional and family use.

In the words of SangYup Lee, Hyundai's Senior Vice President and Global Head of Design:

STARIA is Hyundai’s new MPV lineup that opens up a new mobility era. STARIA will provide a completely new experience and value proposition for customers through its unprecedented design features.

The new Hyundai Staria Premium, which will be available in select markets, is a step further in terms of mobility, as it has premium features and exclusive finishes that give it a more sophisticated look. We will learn more about the design features and performance of the Staria and Staria Premium soon.

Hyundai does not provide any information about the technology of the new van. Hyundai hasn’t announced if the Staria will be an electric minivan, but I like to think that. Its design is very special to me and I'll love to see a Hyundai Staria electric minivan released on the market asap.

It should be noted that the photos correspond to the Hyundai Staria Premium, the high-end variant of this exciting minivan.

The new Hyundai Staria could compete against the Mercedes V-Class and VW Multivan in the future.



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