Meet the new Hyundai Casper, a friendly tiny van from the South Korean automaker

The Casper is a tiny van from Hyundai that has just been updated in South Korea. Owner of a peculiar profile, the vehicle is 3,590 mm long, being the smallest crossover of the South Korean company.

Its focus is on small businesses with stores around cities. One of its design highlights is the possibility of moving the rear seats to increase the load capacity to 940 liters.

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A Hyundai Casper with all the doors open
Image: Publicity/Hyundai

In this small Hyundai van, there is a separator between the seats and the cargo space. The same metal bars protect the windows and rear windshield from being crushed, which is all about careful care.

Protection bars on vehicle windows
Image: Publicity/Hyundai

Power is provided by a naturally aspirated 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine with around 76 hp and 95 Nm of torque. To haul heavier loads, the more powerful Casper is a three-pot turbo 1.0 option, rated at 100 hp and 172 Nm. All models of the small Hyundai van are front-wheel drive, with a four-speed automatic transmission.

Two Hyundai Casper
Image: Publicity/Hyundai

A small van that doesn't forget technology

Its starting price is something close to R$61,000, disregarding the differences in taxes or fees. The van is equipped with 15-inch steel wheels and equipped with six airbags, as well as heated and electrically folding mirrors. For drivers in South Korea, Hyundai offers manual driver seat adjustment, rear parking sensors and an intelligent parking brake.

A female driver looking at a dog from the back seat of her van
Image: Publicity/Hyundai

Other interesting points on the South Korean automaker's Casper van are safety features, ranging from lane assistance to a driver assistance system. There's cruise control too, not to mention forward collision warning and high beam assist. LED daytime running lights are standard equipment, as are an adjustable steering wheel and multiple USB ports.

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