Southern California tuner John Pangilinan has created a one-off Hyundai Tucson for 2015 SEMA Show – Hyundai Tucson Adventuremobile.
The exterior of the Tucson has been beefed up for the occasional weekend excursion. The body gets Aries bull bar and side steps, BASF Army Green paint by Strasse Sport, Treeline Tamarack Constellation Gen2 Roof-Tent (with room for 2 people) and Goal Zero Nomad 20 Solar Panel that will provide power for all of their accessories. The off-road character is provided by 1.5-inch suspension lift kit and Semi-Gloss Black colored Rays Gram Lights 57DR wheels shod with Toyo Open Country A/T II tires.
The interior features custom leather upholstery by Katzkin, car audio system built by BP Auto Sound, interior lighting by VLED and custom army green seat belts by Seat Belt Planet among many others. Powertrain modifications include AEM intake, AEM Charge Pipe Kit, Magnaflow exhaust and Lucas Oil.
This is what John Pangilinan had to say about his latest build: “Designed with the weekend adventurer in mind, the Tucson was the perfect platform for an ‘Adventuremobile’. The build blends performance with the excitement of the great outdoors, without sacrificing daily usability. The vehicle promotes exploration, making it ideal for the daily commute, weekend excursions, and the occasional road trip.”
The Adventuremobile will be unveiled at Hyundai’s SEMA press conference on November 3.
Complete modification details are available in the press release embedded below.