Hyundai Casper—which debuted last year as a cute micro-SUV for the Korean market, is now available in a commercial variant as well called Casper Van, with prices starting at KRW 13,850,000—the same as the non-commercial base model. In fact, it is the ‘Smart’ base model with modifications for cargo.
Speaking of which, on the exterior, it is already a stripped-down version with black steel wheels, body-colored A-pillars, and lack of roof spoiler and roof rails. However, there’s a KRW 950,000 optional Turbo exterior package (available on 1.0L turbo model) that gets you sporty-looking front & rear bumpers. Inside, the rear seats have been deleted to free up 940 litres of cargo space. As you can see, there’s a partition between the front & rear section, and also metal bracings for the rear windscreen and rear side windows.
The Casper Van doesn’t miss out on ADAS such as Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, Driver Attention Warning, High Beam Assist, and a few more.
Powertrain options will remain the same, including a 76 metric hp 1.0L 3-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol and a 100 metric hp 1.0L 3-cylinder turbo petrol; both paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission.
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