Hyundai and Kia are making minivans great again. We’re not so sure about their sales success, but we can assure you that the Asian car manufacturers are putting the minivans back on track.

After Carinval and Staria, the South Korean group will unveil the Hyundai Custo. It will be unveiled on August 27 during the Chengdu Auto Show and it will be a China-only affair.

But this doesn’t bother us because it is great to see new minivans out there. In terms of design, the new Custo will borrow some cues from the current Tucson. And, the same story will be inside the car.

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Hyundai has published some teaser pictures of the interior and we can see how the MPV will come with the same steering wheel and switchgear as the current Tucson. The 2022 Hyundai Custo will have a 2+2+3 configuration, a floating center console with a 10.4-inch touchscreen positioned in portrait mode and some touch-sensitive shortcut buttons. The car will also have a digital instrument panel, just like the current Tucson.

Source: Hyundai