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Hyundai NEOS-II Crossover Concept to Debut at 2003 Tokyo Motor Show


SEOUL, Korea, Oct. 10 -- At the 2003 Tokyo Motor Show which opens Oct. 22, 2003, Hyundai Motor Co. will unveil NEOS-II a new Crossover Utility Vehicle (CUV). A creation of the company's Japan Design Center, NEOS-II (NEologism Of Style) is the second major concept to be executed by the Chiba-based center.

In providing a hint of Hyundai's future design direction, this four-seater also reawakens the sense of wonder and discovery in motoring.

Its futuristic interior is fitted with advanced technology while the front seats offer abundant space and comfort that surpasses that of luxury cars. Exterior equipment includes an Adaptive Forward Lighting System and an innovative multi-link rear sliding door for easier entry and egress.

   Key specifications
       Overall Length: 3,835 mm    Overall Width: 1,775mm
       Overall Height: 1,585 mm    Tire Size: 255/35 ZR20
       Capacity: 4 persons

Established in 1967, Hyundai Motor Co. has grown into the Hyundai Automotive Group which includes Kia Motors Corp. and over two dozen auto-related subsidiaries and affiliates. Employing nearly 50,000 people worldwide, Hyundai Motor posted US$21.94 billion in sales in 2002. Hyundai motor vehicles are sold in 166 countries through 4,504 dealerships and showrooms. Further information about Hyundai Motor Co. and its products is available on the Internet at