We’ve seen a number of CUVs, or crossover utility vehicles, in the past few months, but the New York Auto Show debut of the Hyundai Nuvis is a particularly promising design.
The Hyundai Nuvis does not have a typical switch gear assembly; instead, its interiors are packed with touch-sensitive surfaces that result in what Autoblog rightly refers to as a river of information. It’s thought that the design cues the Hyundai Nuvis showcases at the 2009 New York Auto Show will bleed into the future generations of other Hyundai crossovers like the Tucson and Santa Fe.
The first five images in the gallery are of the Hyundai Nuvis concept CUV at the New York Auto Show; the remainder are from Hyundai’s previously released photos of the Nuvis.
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