With its two-tone front wings and wheel arches, the Enduro sports quite a statement look. A gaping grille looks ready to hoover up unsuspecting pets, wayward children and slow-moving superminis and its angry set of features mean that you’d probably remove yourself from its path if it came charging at you.
The crossover segment is a busy one, led by the Nissan Qashqai and its many tempting finance offers. A compact ‘CUV’ is a logical next step for manufacturers, and if Hyundai can get the Enduro to market ahead of the competition, they can claim first blood in this latest acronym-strewn battleground.
If the sharp-looking Enduro makes it to showrooms in its current form, it’s bound to gain some admirers thanks to the distinctive styling.