Militaries could also find it useful for surveillance missions. An unmanned aerial vehicle delivers the Tiger to just about anywhere and, if necessary, recharge its batteries. Hyundai says the biggest difference between the Tiger and the Elevate is that while both can carry human passengers, the former is uncrewed. The Tiger is also quite small, measuring just 31 inches long and 16 inches wide when folded, and weighs only 26 pounds. Its compact size and low weight make it easy to deploy.
The Tiger will likely never be sold in Hyundai dealerships, but some of its off-roading technology could potentially find its way to future road-going vehicles.