Hyundai’s luxury brand Genesis has partnered with German company Delta 4×4 to create a GV70 concept designed for off-roading.
The concept, named the GV70 Project Overland, has 18-inch Classic B-Rugged wheels in Continental ATR tyres, adding 50mm of height and width to the SUV.
Delta 4×4 integrated PIAA lights on the roof, as well as four Baja-style lights on the front bumper, to provide “impressive illumination”.
The concept has a specially designed roof rack which can be used for storage of recovery equipment.
The vehicle will be on display at the Essen motor show in Germany between December 1 and December 12 at the Continental stand.
It’s unclear if this concept is merely a concept, or a prelude to an off-road package being offered by Delta 4×4 for GV70 buyers.
In Australia, the GV70 is offered with a choice of two petrol powertrains, with the Electrified GV70 featuring a dual-motor electric powertrain.
The base engine is a turbocharged 2.5-litre four-cylinder, producing 224kW of power and 422Nm of torque and available with either rear- or all-wheel drive.
Above it sits a twin-turbocharged 3.5-litre V6 producing 279kW and 530Nm, available only with all-wheel drive.
All petrol GV70 models use an eight-speed torque-converter automatic transmission.
The Electrified GV70’s dual-motor setup produces 320kW and 605Nm, or 360kW and 700Nm in Boost Mode.