/SEMA Preview: Pangilinan Hyundai Tucson

SEMA Preview: Pangilinan Hyundai Tucson

Pangilinan Hyundai Tucson 600x418 at SEMA Preview: Pangilinan Hyundai Tucson

Southern California tuner John Pangilinan revealed the first sketch of what he had in mind for Hyundai at the 2015 SEMA show. Dubbed the “Adventuremobile,” Pangilinan Hyundai Tucson is a heavily tricked-out crossover built to be the perfect outdoors machine.

As such, Pangilinan Hyundai Tucson comes with a whole host of off-road gear, starting with the underbody which receives a custom lift kit for the suspension, Wilwood brakes, Rays Gram Lights 57DR Wheels, Toyo off road tires, and Project KICS Leggdura lugs and spacers. They complement the performance upgrades which include AEM Intake and charge pipe kit and a MagnfaFlow exhaust.

The exterior design is what attracts most people to this vehicle what with the BASF Army Green paint, Aries bull bar and side steps, Thule 47-in. aeroblade and Podium foot pack, Goal Zero Nomad 20 Solar Panel, LED bars, and… Inside the cabin Pangilinan Hyundai Tucson features Katzkin Custom leather upholstery, Army Green seat belts, Truck Vault Storage, and Clarion audio system.

But the biggest highlight of this car is a Treeline Tamarack roof-top tent, with ample room to sleep two campers. The solar panel mentioned before provides power for the campers accessories, although why would anyone want to spend a night on the roof of a Hyundai is something we don’t understand.

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