Are you ready for new heights?

Hyundai reveals the all-new BAYON, a stylish and sleek crossover SUV, designed exclusively for Europe. Get inspired by the unique design, featuring a compact exterior useful for city streets, a roomy interior and amazing intelligent safety and connectivity features accessible for all.

Watch the official Unveiling

The all-new BAYON features a compact exterior, a roomy interior, and a long list of intelligent safety and connectivity features which make it stand out in its segment.

The BAYON Experience

Explore the interactive display below and discover the compelling features and unique design of the all-new BAYON.

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Roomy, Connected & Stylish Interior

The all-new BAYON delivers the comfort and space of a SUV with the compact exterior size of a smaller vehicle and advanced connectivity technology rarely found in its segment. Passengers can choose between a 10.25-inch AVN screen or an 8-inch Display Audio – available with wireless Apple CarPlay & Android Auto, and a premium Bose sound system completes the package.

Inspired by BAYON.

A sharp look that makes a statement on its own, the all-new BAYON combines emotional design with innovative solutions. To celebrate the global launch we asked nine artists from all over Europe to create a unique piece, driven by the characteristic design elements of the car. Let their work, and the BAYON, inspire you.

  1. Pola Augustynowicz

    “The details of the car inspired me to make a very abstract piece that combines the individual elements to a puzzle-like composition. It was a great pleasure to bring the all-new BAYON into my world of illustrations.”

  2. Nathaniel Rackowe

    “When I was looking at images of the car, I was particularly interested in the grille area. The grille itself, has this design of layers in interlocking form. It’s about trying to find some kind of softness or beauty in the oft harsh environment of the city.”

  3. Nuriatoll

    “When I saw the details of the car, I immediately found parallels with what I usually do. I tried to synthesize those shapes into geometric shapes and adapt them to my type of illustration. It immediately came to my mind to combine this with birds. For me, the concept of driving is linked to that idea of freedom and the slogan enclosed the whole concept.”

  4. Guido Zimmermann

    ”My art is about dynamics. I work a lot with horses, movements, disputes and suppression. It matches well with the car because it has horse powers, it moves, it is dynamic. For example, the front grille looks like a horse from above, and I directly put it into motion by creating a painted sculpture.”

  5. Bahar

    “I love to focus on the details to create my illustrations that make my artworks count – like the details of the car. I drew a woman in the Bayon car, looking at the city Bayonne going towards the future, discovering something new.”

  6. Vincent de Boer

    ”I am inspired by paying attention to everything around me. The car for example has a detail on the front that you notice if you are standing closely enough to it. It had an architectural feeling to me and that’s what I wanted to draw. I used a technique where I perform a certain movement multiple times to create a special effect.”

  7. Soyhan Baltacı

    “Inspired by the BAYON I created a landscape painting by combining the engine parts with other details of the vehicle. I tried to convey concepts of nature and freedom that are common for my work and the car to the spectator.”

  8. Camilla Alberti

    “I wanted to break up the design of the grille of the car and recreate all the parts of the intertwining to an organic ”body”. When I make installations or sculptures I work mostly with waste, because I consider that as a powerful material. My idea was to let everything appear organic and not like the grille of a car.”

  9. Jan Gemrot

    “My inspiration comes from everyday life, whether mine or the life of my related ones. I am inspired by memories, especially shared memories we have. My artwork is supposed to carry the emotion of freedom, liberty and dynamism – analogue to the car. I am happy if people can relate to that.”