The Hyundai Neos-3 concept was first revealed to the public
at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show. The Neos-3 is a sporty looking
SUV with a distinctive style.
The Hyundai Neos-3 isn't a beautiful vehicle, in fact
it's a very clinical design which looks very austere.
In profile the Neos-3 displays its overall proportions
best. It has an unusually high beltline, and relatively
short greenhouse. This has the effect of giving the car
a rather purposeful stance, and it's quite nice. Move
to the front or rear and things start to get a little
The front end features an unusual array of square grilles
and stepped triangular headlights. The rear looks a oddly
mismatched, it's like the designers just randomly threw
a medley of lights, trim and exhausts at it and left it
at that. However with a bit of tweaking and some extra
design work the Neos-3 could have proved to be a sensible
option for family's looking for an affordable SUV.
Powering the Hyundai Neos-3 concept was a 4.6 litre V8
engine which drove all four wheels via a 5-speed automatic
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