The Hyundai Motor Group has a lot on its plate, with a number of new automobiles in growth, and it seems that they is likely to be planning yet one more automobile that might bear the Bayon nameplate.
Filed in mid-May with the Europe Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), the moniker falls underneath the “automobiles, sports cars, vans (vehicles), trucks, motor buses, electric vehicles, parts and accessories for automobiles” class, or nearly something on wheels.
The solely ‘Bayon’ reference has nothing in widespread with the automotive business as, in keeping with Wikipedia and TheKoreanCarBlog, which found the trademark utility, it’s a Khmer temple positioned in Angkor, Cambodia, constructed within the late 12th or early 13th century, with many serene and smiling stone faces.
Now, the Bayon doesn’t match the Genesis nomenclature, so it’s both reserved for Hyundai or Kia, in the event that they’re really planning to make use of it and it’s not simply an concept that can ultimately be shelved, like many others.
So, what may it’s? That’s a query that no person outdoors the Korean group can reply, but when have been to take a guess, we might say that it may both be a brand new crossover with a youthful styling, contemplating the temple’s smiling-face statues, or an electrical/electrified car. Or possibly each, as zero-emission crossovers and SUVs are very fashionable nowadays. It may be used on a spinoff of a present or future mannequin, so there are nearly limitless potentialities.