It non-standard in Hyundai is indeed getting serious some breaking into the pick-up segment, with the accompany showcasing its second pick-up concept at the 2016 Sao Paulo Automobile Show called the Hyundai Creta STC brainchild.
Based on the company’s Creta B-segment SUV for the Brazilian bazaar, the STC (which stands for Sport Truck Conception) measures 4,65m long, 1.85m all-encompassing and 1.63m tall, with a 2.8m wheelbase and a distich of suicide rear doors.
The ute’s tray amplitude 1.30m long, 1.29m wide and 0.51 high rise and has a capacity of 850 litres.
Finished in a vivid green exterior paint, the concept hallmark Hyundai’s new cascading front grille flanked by a duad of slender LED headlights. To give the car a tougher gaze, designers have also given the diminished pick-up front and rear skid trencher, visible tow hooks and massive 21-advance wheels.
Hyundai hasn’t revealed any mechanical details of the small pick-up, but it could possible utilise the Creta’s 1.6-litre and 2.0-liter naturally aspirated petrol engines, on with its 1.4-litre and 1.6-l turbo-diesel powerplants. All are mated to either a six-velocity manual or automatic transmission.