An Azure Serea SX with sport package wheels.
|Vehicle Overall Info|
|Manufacturer||Azure Motor Company|
|Body styles||5-Door Minivan|
|Assembly|| San Diego, California, USA
|Also Called|| Azure Sportsvan (beta name)
Neptune Activ Mk.III
|Related||VIVA VRM7 (Future)|
First generation (2012-Present)Edit
The Serea made it's first debut at a private event of VIVA in July 2012, in California, where the Sonora was also presented. It was a 3-month project for a sporty but practical 7-seater minivan, and the result was appealing to the public, and broke a scheme where most minivans were mostly boring but with great interior space. It was codenamed "Project SportsVan". It uses the same engines of the VIVA XrossOver 5 and the related Avantis xCrosser. It is actually one of the most sportier focused minivans made in the world.
The Serea is mainly focused at a sporty appearance, with the most noticeable details being the divided headlights and tailights, that follow an unique design theme specially for the Serea, which is related to the past combined with the future. In the upper headlights, there is found a high-beam projector style headlamp, and a 9-led bulbs daylight running light. In the other headlight unit, there is found the turn signal and low-beam lighting. The tailights also share these features.
- It is sometimes reffered as "The 21st century Soccer mom vehicle".
- It could be the only minivan to offer Wi-Fi connection as an option.
- "Serea" is pronounced in spanish as "Cerea", like cereal, but in English, it is pronounced "Syrea".