Hyundai has released the first images of its all-new B-segment crossover SUV, the Bayon.
A series of low-light images reveals a wide and connected design with a clean, high-tech look. The front of the Bayon features an air intake band stretching across the entire front of the vehicle.
This pairs with the wide, narrow Daytime Running Lights to bring emphasis to the width of the car.
A broad front grille opens at the bottom, creating a solid stance. Separated headlights and DRLs create a unique light architecture for a distinctive look.
The rear of the vehicle features arrow-shaped brake lights connected by a thin red line. Positioned far out to the sides, these lamps enhance the visual impression of width, making the rear graphic even more outstanding.
More information of the Hyundai Bayon will be revealed in the coming weeks.