On the outside, the most noticeable changes over the concept concern the more conventional styling of the iX35's rear end. However, overall, it appears that Hyundai's designers remained faithful to the original concept.
As for the interior, we only have one shot of the instrument cluster that features a pair of deeply set gauges - just like the ix-onic.
The new iX35 (we're not sure yet if Hyundai will adopt the same alphanumeric naming system for the North American model), shares its underpinnings with the next-generation Kia Sportage which is also under development.
Hyundai's RAV-4 challenger will be offered with the option of front- or all-wheel drive while the engine line-up is said to include two newly developed 1.6-liter gasoline engines with direct injection delivering 140 HP (naturally aspirated) and 175 HP (turbocharged) as well as a new 2.0-liter diesel with 184 horsepower.
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