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Hyundai i-Flow Concept will be showed at Geneva

By luanpa in | February 25, 2010 | Comments Off on Hyundai i-Flow Concept will be showed at Geneva

Hyundai Official has just confirmed that they will showed the Hyundai i-Flow Concept at the 2010 Geneva Auto Show. It looks to be a logical push forward with the Korean automaker’s recent fluidic sculpture design philosophy.

According to the official details about this vehicle, The Hyundai i-flow features various new technology from BASF including lightweight materials and solar cells. Hyundai says this concept will preview its new D-segment car that will go up against the likes of the Ford Mondeo. The all-new technologies includs innovative lightweight materials and alternative power sources like solar cells that will not only reduce the vehicle’s curb weight but improve its energy efficiency as well.

The Hyundai i-flow concept is a four-door saloon that aims to be a stylish D-segment contender. It was designed in Europe at the company’s Russelsheim design center in Germany. The flowing body lines are designed not only to cut through the air with greater ease and exceptional aerodynamics, but also catch the eye of any onlookers walking the show floor in Geneva. While the “i” prefix clearly identifies the innovative concept as a member of the Hyundai family and their commitment to technological automotive innovation and fuel efficiency.

We’ll have live photos of the new Hyundai i-Flow concept come March 2nd, but in the meantime, click on the image above to see it in high resolution and click past the break to read the official press release. We’ll have more details and images of the Hyundai i-flow at the time of the public unveiling. The Hyundai i-flow follows the brand’s fluidic sculpture language with an exceptionally aerodynamic shape and flowing lines.

hyundai i-flow concept

hyundai i-flow concept



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