On its 35th birthday, the original Hyundai Grandeur from 1986 has just gotten its grand celebration in form of time-traveling rebirth. The famous sedan now has come back as an electrifying retro-futuristic resto-mod. The modern interior is in burgundy velvet and Napa leather, while from outside it almost stayed the same as the original oldie with few subtle updates. The inside of the car contains a few hidden jams, secrets in a way, like the center console armrest that pop-outs compartment for storing valuables. Dials and buttons have been replaced on the dashboard with an ultra-wide touch-screen display, yet somehow it still has its 80’s vibe thanks to other included retro gear. “As our designers conceive the future, it’s important to look back on what we’ve created in the past and find inspiration in it,” said Hak-soo Ha, Head of Interior Group of the Hyundai Design Center.
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The return of Hyundai’s 1986 Grandeur Flagship Sedan
The soundbar’s piano function can be played through the audio system when the vehicle is parked.
Secret pop-out storage for valuables
Ultra-wide touch screen that has replaced dials and buttons from 1986 model
Beautifully stitched and laced auburn Napa leather on the back
Pixel-style LED headlights and tail lights