2015 Hyundai H350 sketches released ahead of IAA Commercial Vehicles 2014

Article by Christian Andrei, on September 4, 2014

At the IAA Commercial Vehicles 2014, Hyundai will debut its all-new H350 cargo van the promises to strengthen its commercial vehicle line-up. The new van will be offered only in Europe and it will be a direct rival for vehicles such as the Renault Trafic, Peugeot Boxer or the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.

According to Hyundai, the new vehicle rides on a flexible platform and will be offered in three body styles: cargo van, passenger bus and flatbed truck.

In addition, Hyundai released the first sketches with its new van and as you can see it comes with a hexagonal signature grille flanked by stylish headlamps, LED daytime running lights as well as new side mouldings that run down the flanks to the rear.

H350 promises up to 1.4 tonnes payload and a towing capacity of 2.5 tonnes. According to the press release, Karsan Otomotiv Sanayil ve Ticaret A.S. will be the company that will built the new H350.

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