Hyundai has revealed additional details of the Staria ahead of its digital world premiere which is set to happen within the first half of 2021. By the looks of it, the brand’s latest van follows the futuristic design language applied to some of its stablemates.
The Hyundai Staria’s overall look was heavily based on the brand’s design methodology for future mobility. On the outside, it features a bold and wide radiator grille along with horizontal daytime running lights (DRLs) and a positioning lamp, therefore, giving this van a rather sophisticated and high-end design language.
Going over the side, the Staria exhibits boxy dimensions through a clean presentation. Aside from the well-planted body lines, it also gets large windows that should provide a good amount of natural lighting inside the cabin. Other striking design elements include a set of 18-inch alloys that feature diamond patterns and graphics, elevating the premium and modern looks of the Hyundai Staria.
The exterior is then topped up with a pair of 'Parametric Pixel' taillamps that support the overall theme of the van.
Inside, you are greeted with a business class interior. The cabin is spacious and airy, all thanks to its panoramic windows that let a lot of natural lighting into the cabin. Storage spaces can be found on the overhead console, bottom of the cluster, as well as the top and bottom of the center fascia.
The dashboard appears to be reminiscent of the other ones found on new Hyundai models, including the Tucson. One of the main highlights, though, is the 10.25-inch infotainment system which provides the driver and its passengers that in-car entertainment experience. Like most modern cars, the select variants of the Hyundai Staria also ditched the conventional shifter and replaced it with an electronic one.
This van can be had as a 7-, 9- and 11-seater. No official words yet on which engine l the Staria’s production model will be having. But we’ll soon come across awesome details once this new model debuts in the first half of 2021.