Today we received this set of camouflaged Hyundai Grandeur spy shots being transported on a tow truck (can be tested and suffer any crash or be taken to another location).

Looking at the photos, this Grandeur showed off a high level of camouflage with decals and sailcloth, especially on the front, and we can imagine it could be a facelift model, with the inclusion of the latest iteration of Hyundai's hexagonal grille, or even a hybrid variant.

Apparently this Grandeur looks the same, despite the camouflage, when compared to the current model, which is still sold in South Korea, looks the same (despite the fact that we couldn't see from the front).

Hyundai Grandeur disguised spy in South Korea

The latest generation of the Grandeur, codenamed IG, was unveiled in October 2016, so we can expect the facelift to happen in early 2019 (currently, the auto industry is chasing the tech industry in terms of releasing updated products faster every day).

Have we caught Hyundai testing a future facelift or hybrid, plug-in hybrid variant of the Grandeur?

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