As we get closer to SEMA; the most important tuning show of the year, scheduled in Las Vegas for the begining of November, more and more tuners are presenting their works. 

John Pangilinan, the renowned Southern California tuner has released details on his 2016 Tucson SEMA build. Dubbed the “Adventuremobile,” the vehicle uses Hyundai’s new crossover for the great outdoors getaway. The car will be revealed at Hyundai’s SEMA press conference on November 3rd.

The “Adventuremobile” features the addition of a Treeline Tamarack roof-top tent, with ample room to sleep two campers, and Goal Zero solar panels to power all of their accessories. The exterior has been beefed up with the addition of an Aries bull bar and side steps, Rigid Industries LED lights, and the vehicle has been finished in a BASF army green paint scheme by Strasse Sport. 

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A custom 1.5 inch suspension lift provides greater ground clearance, and Toyo Open Country A/T II tires with RAYS Gram Lights 57DR wheels provide the extra grip needed for off-road.

Giving the Tucson a power boost, AEM provided an upgraded intake and charge pipe kit, and the engine breathes more freely through a Magnaflow exhaust system.

Inside the car we can find Katzkin Custom leather upholstery, seatbelt Planet Custom Army Green, truck vault storage with Trekpak System, Yeti 400 solar generator, Light-A-Life 350 lights, VLEDS lighting, CTEK battery charger and car audio system built by BP Auto Sound.