There are a few cars out there that look kind of stupid when equipped with widebody kits, but the Hyundai Tucson isn't one of them.
The current Tucson has a unique design and really stands out on the road, not least thanks to its LED daytime running and taillights. While there probably aren't many Tucson owners out there looking to modify their SUVs, expert Prior Design represented what the Hyundai would look like with a series of exterior modifications.
As realistic as this video looks, it's all CGI, but what it shows is the Tucson with a widebody kit and a host of other visual changes. In my eyes, the SUV's crisp lines work perfectly with this body kit.
Up front, the Tucson has been fitted with a revised bumper that includes new covers around the headlights and an extended splitter. The SUV was then envisioned with flared front and rear wheel arches finished in black and sits on a set of large wheels with black spokes.
Significant changes continue at the rear, where there is a large roof wing and an additional spoiler on the tailgate. The previous design also gave the SUV a distinctive bumper complete with a specially pronounced diffuser. A set of quad exhaust tips completes the look.
The previous project has yet to commit to making this Tucson bodykit a reality, but suggested it could come to life in 2022.