Hyundai has unveiled the second vehicle in its Heritage range of remanufactured and modified vehicles. The company updated the Grandeur sedan model of 1986, which was made in conjunction with Mitsubishi. This was reported on the Hyundai website.From the outside, the car looks almost the same as it did in the 80s, but it has built-in "pixel" LED headlights and lights. Also, some decorative elements were covered with matte chrome.Everything inside the car was changed: they built in large-format touch screens with a built-in soundbar and control panel, installed background lighting, and a roof with a mirror effect. Hidden parts include a clock storage slot and a virtual piano function.The concept was implemented in a single copy. So far, it was presented only at the Hyundai Motorstudio Goyang in Seoul. Before the Grandeur in the Heritage series, the company introduced the Pony hatchback, the first car Hyundai exported from South Korea.You can find more vehicles on our website GetRentacar.com. Do not forget to use the promo code BLGLVSK5 to get an extra discount.