Hyundai concept vehicles look to the future

Source: AutoMotoTV (Glomex)

"2012 - i-oniq The designers at Hyundai chose innovative proportions to emphasize the aesthetic and functional body shape of the i-oniq. The design impresses with its smooth lines and a distinctive surface treatment that is both high-quality and The i-oniq concept pioneered the Hyundai Ioniq, which four years later came onto the German market as the first Hyundai vehicle with three electrically powered drive trains. 2014 - Intrado The Hyundai “Intrado” concept vehicle was launched at the Geneva Automobile Salon 2014 presented and represented a new direction of the brand, which should meet the future mobility needs. The characteristic shape of the Intrado, which takes its name from the underside of an airplane wing, is characterized by a high level of detail and aerodynamic efficiency. The Hyundai Intrado influenced the design of the Hyundai Kona strong, launched in 2017 as the first Hyundai compact SUV. The Kona stands out with its distinctive front and rear sections, a wide footprint and slim and sharp shapes. 2016 - RN30 At the 2016 Paris Motor Show, Hyundai unveiled the “RN30”, a racing car study inspired by motorsport. The concept is based on the i30 and was developed in close cooperation with Hyundai Motorsport and the Hyundai Motor Europe technology center in Rüsselsheim. The Hyundai RN30 is characterized by an aerodynamic design and modified high-performance technologies that promise exciting high-speed driving. 2017 - FE Fuel Cell The futuristic “FE” fuel cell concept was a pioneer for hydrogen-powered vehicles, which was first presented at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. With this, Hyundai reaffirmed its commitment to the development of fuel cell vehicles. As with all fuel cell vehicles, the only emission of the FE concept is water. The natural element inspired the flowing and calm design and reflects the environmental friendliness of the study. The minimalist style is illustrated by the integrated ventilation openings, which use intelligent technology to ensure aerodynamic efficiency. 2018 - “Le Fil Rouge” The concept vehicle “Le Fil Rouge”, presented at the Paris Motor Show 2018, was influenced by the 1974 Hyundai Pony Coupe concept. Le Fil Rouge is characterized by a body in a hatchback design, the proportions of which are based on the golden ratio. The designers at Hyundai achieved proportional uniqueness through a long wheelbase, large wheels and short overhangs. 2019 - “45” Hyundai presented the 『45』 electrical concept in 2019 at the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt am Main. The study is a modern take on the iconic HyundaiPony concept introduced in 1974, 45 years earlier. With the electric concept vehicle, the brand began to define itself through design for electrification as well as autonomous and intelligent technologies. 2019 - Vision T At last year's L.A. Auto Show, Hyundai presented the "Vision T" plug-in hybrid SUV concept. It embodies the vision of a new urban adventurer SUV as the company's design direction. Guided by sportiness, the side profile of the Vision T illustrates a feeling of speed and forward thrust. 2020 - “Prophecy” The brand's latest concept vehicle, the electrically powered Hyundai “Prophecy”, was unveiled in March of this year. His name (in German: prophecy) stands for more than a pure design study but is also a promise: The concept offers a concrete outlook on the Hyundai design of the future as well as on functions that will also be found in the brand's series models in the future. "


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