The vehicle manufacturer Hyundai, after the great success obtained in the sales of its Casper model, a car of small dimensions and elegant cut that has managed to captivate the attention and acceptance of the Korean public, has decided to launch a new variant of it as a commercial model LCV of two seats called Hyundai Casper Van , a van-type version aimed at those professionals in the transport and deliveries of small loads. Its base price in South Korea is 13,850,000 won (10,075 euros), which may increase as the buyer wishes to add optional accessories available.
Specifications and features
In terms of design, the new Hyundai Casper Van is identical to the passenger model and measures the same 3,595 mm long. Unlike the normal Casper, the Van variant features 15-inch steel wheels finished in black, well suited for hard work. However, for 950,000 won (690 euros) the customer can opt for the casper Active bumper, which is more attractive than the standard with which it originally came in the Van version. It is also possible to order a Thule metal roof rack, very practical and costing 550,000 won (400 euros).
In the cabin, the equipment is basic, with a group of digital instruments with a 4.2-inch screen, but lacks a touch screen for the multimedia system. However, it has Bluetooth connectivity, USB port and two speakers. If you want heated and leather-lined seats, the customer must pay 600,000 won (438 euros), while with a heated steering wheel and dimmable mirror you must pay 330,000 won (240 euros). However, the Casper Van comes standard with LED daytime running lights and at the safety level has the ADAS system with rear parking sensors, forward collision avoidance assistant, lane keeping assistant and high beam assistant.
The boost is obtained from the naturally aspirated 1.0 MPI three-cylinder block that delivers a power of 76 hp (56 kW, 75 hp). This engine is associated only with a six-speed manual transmission and sends all its power to the front wheels. For now, the new Hyundai Casper Van will only be sold in South Korea.