Hyundai and California-based tuner John Pangilinan have announced plans to introduce the Tucson Adventuremobile at SEMA on November 3rd.

Hyundai and California-based tuner John Pangilinan have announced plans to introduce the Tucson Adventuremobile at SEMA on November 3rd.

Designed to appeal to outdoor enthusiasts, the one-off model features an army green exterior with an Aries bull bar, side steps and a custom 1.5-inch suspension lift.  The crossover also has an LED light bar and Rays Gram Lights 57DR wheels with Toyo Open CountryA/T II tires.

Since the model was designed to be used for outdoor adventures, it also has a Treeline Tamarack roof-top tent and Goal Zero solar panels.

Inside, there's Katzkin leather seats, army green seatbelts and a trunk vault.  The model also has a bespoke audio system created by BP Auto Sound.

Hyundai was coy on performance specifications but confirmed the model features an AEM air intake, a Magnaflow exhaust and Wilwood brakes with army green calipers.

Check out the press release for additional information

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