John Pangilinan, a tuner from Southern California, unveils the hybrid Hyundai Tucscon Adventuremobile. Straight away, you’ll notice the roof-mounted Treeline Tamarack tent that sleeps two, solar panels and even a Goal Zero generator ensure that your mobile devices remain charged. Under the hood, there’s an AEM intake, Magnaflow exhaust kit, a custom brake kit and 1.5-inch suspension lift, and RAYS Gram Lights 57DR wheels wrapped in Toyo Open Country A/T II tires. There are LED fog lights and a BASF Army Green paint job to make sure you’re able to tackle any terrain. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“The 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder gets an intake and charge pipe from AEM, and now exhales through a Magnaflow exhaust. The brakes are upgraded via a Wilwood kit, as well. The exterior mods are rounded out by a bull bar and side steps from Aries, while the interior gets Katzkin custom leather, army green seat belts, a TruckVault storage setup in the cargo area, a massively upgraded sound system from Scosche and Clarion, and a few odds and ends you’ll want if you’re out in the wilderness, such as a battery recharger, portable phone charger, portable lights, and a portable solar generator,” reports Car and Driver.