Hyundai has released the new Car Hyundai Casper Van in South Korea, a two-seat LCV (light commercial vehicle) variant of its wildly popular compact SUV. Targeting professionals who need a small van, the Casper Van is similar to the Yaris ECOVan and Citroen My Ami Cargo and retails for 13.75 million.Hyundai Casper Van Meluncur di Korea Selatan

For this price, you will get 940 liters of luggage space, which is 301 liters larger than the passenger version. This was achieved by removing the rear seats, with the resulting cargo area accompanied by metal rods and partitions.

Only one trim level is available for the Casper Van and that is the Smart, which includes LED daytime running lights, rear parking sensors, 4.2-inch digital instrument cluster, head unit with USB, Bluetooth and two speakers, and 15-inch wheels.

There are also several ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) such as passive cruise control, autonomous emergency braking, lane keep assist and high beam assist. Hyundai offers several optional extras for added comfort such as heated and ventilated seats with faux leather upholstery for 600,000 won.

Hyundai Casper Van Meluncur di Korea Selatan

Other options include a heated steering wheel and auto-dimming mirrors for 330,000 won, a Casper Active front bumper for 950,000 won, and a Thule metal roof rack for 550,000 won.

The Casper Van is offered with the Smartstream G 1.0-liter three-cylinder naturally aspirated engine variants producing 76 PS and 95 Nm of torque, and the kappa II 1.0-liter turbocharged three-cylinder GDi mill with 100 PS and 172 Nm, both equipped with a front-wheel-drive four-speed automatic transmission.


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Hyundai Casper Van Launches in South Korea

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