Hyundai has had a strong presence at the SEMA Show in recent years, and 2015 is looking like it won't be an exception. We've already seen and a more track-focused Tucson from Bisimoto, but now Hyundai is taking the CUV in a different direction with the Tucson "Adventuremobile."
Renowned tuner John Pangilinan helped design and build the special 2016 Hyundai Tucson, which features a pop-top tent, beefy off-road tires, and a striking army green paint job. Hyundai says the roof-mounted Treeline Tamarack tent has room to sleep two campers, who can plug in their devices thanks to a Goal Zero solar power system. Helping to complete the rugged exterior look is an Aries bull bar up front, a custom 1.5-inch suspension lift, a Rigid Industries LED light bar, and Toyo Open Country A/T II tires wrapped around Rays Gram Lights 57DR wheels.
Other aftermarket goodies include a Magnaflow exhaust system, AEM intake, Katzkin custom leather interior, and a custom audio system with components from Clarion and Scosche. The Adventuremobile will be revealed at Hyundai's press conference on November 3, and will be on display at the automaker's SEMA Show stand alongside a 500-hp Hyundai Genesis Coupe from ARK Performance and many others.