The Hyundai Chorus (hangul:현대 코러스) is a minibus built by Hyundai Motor Company. The range was primarily available as tourist buses.

Hyundai Chorus
Hyundai Chorus in Savannakhet 01.jpg
ManufacturerHyundai Motor Company
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Also calledHyundai Mighty
DesignerHyundai Motor Company, Mitsubishi Fuso
Body and chassis
Body styleSingle-deck bus
RelatedMitsubishi Fuso Rosa
EngineMitsubishi 117 HP
TransmissionHyundai/Mitsubishi (manual)
PredecessorHyundai DQ-7
SuccessorHyundai County

Most models of the bus are distinguishable by a front 'Chorus' badge, but the common Hyundai badge is usually used on the rear.

In Japan, Asia-Pacific, Mid-East, Africa, Europe, South America, its principal competitor is Asia Combi.


  • 1st generation: Hyundai Motor Company & Mitsubishi Fuso design, platform and also called Hyundai Mighty, manufacture period: 1988-1994
  • 2nd generation: Hyundai Motor Company & Mitsubishi Fuso design, manufacture period: 1994-1998
    • Chorus Private (16/25 passengers)
    • Chorus Tour (16/25 passengers)
    • Chorus Town (16 passengers)

Cultural InfluencesEdit

The Hyundai Chorus is mentioned in Steven Laine's book Iconoclast.[1]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Iconoclast, Steven Laine, First Edition, iUniverse, Bloomington, [1]