Hyundai has another dauntless design concept up its sleeves to spring from the LeFil Rouge conceptualization which premiered at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
Hyundai is not one to deviate from coming up with brighter, bolder and more enthralling concepts. It is a brand that values and uses each vehicle to delve into a possible design direction.
The automotive future is filled with concepts and ideas but few are as interesting as the Roadable Synapse project. The link between art and technology is as exciting as it is promising with the aim of creating a neuroscientifically-driven concept vehicle.
Despite the cold temperatures outside, things inside the 2017 Geneva Motor Show were most certainly heating up. Hyundai Motor, in a world first, unveiled not one, but two world premiere concept car models. The unprecedented big reveal has shown that Hyundai is once again setting the standard when it comes to innovating within the motor industry.
In South Africa, bakkies are serious business. And so too, apparently, in Brazil. Hyundai’s unveiling of its concept bakkie at the Sao Paulo Motor Show in early November is proof positive that Hyundai is keeping its ear to the ground, judging whether the time is right for them to toss their hat into this particular ring. We South Africans can only hope that, when Hyundai dusts off its knees, we will see a stampede of these compact bakkies boil over our borders.
First seen at the Frankfurt Motor Show last September, the Hyundai N range of high performance sports cars embody our ethos, and that is to ensure “engaging and thrilling driving pleasure”.
Developed in Namyan, Korea, at our global research and development headquarters, the RN30 is the latest in the N series from Hyundai Motors. The N models are a commitment by us to ensure that the thrill of the drive is behind each and every steering wheel, in each and every car we produce. A collaboration between Hyundai Motorsport (HMSG), Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center (HMETC) and Hyundai Motor’s Performance Development & High Performance Vehicle Division. Once ready to hit the road, the vehicles are put through their paces at Nürburgring’s famous race track. So challenging is the track at Nürburgring that we have used the N logo to represent the chicanes on the track.
Crossover vehicles are the range right now, but up until now Hyundai the closest that Hyundai has been able to offer is the Hyundai ix35. But Hyundai’s recently released concept art for its new crossover, dubbed the Creta, is about to change everything. Or is it?
The new subcompact crossover concept draws inspiration from other vehicles in the Hyundai range, such as the Santa Fe’s grille and the ix35’s design. While the image concept image isn’t really clear, Hyundai has stated that the Creta will have the same bold design as other models in its range, but with a more aggressive front styling and a ‘premium interior.’ Hyundai states that:
Everybody loves the Hyundai Veloster – not only is it a uniquely beautiful car, but it is also one of the most fun to drive. But every now and again we look at the Veloster and think “But is it mad enough?” That is where the Veloster RM concept car comes in: A car so unique it makes us sad…
Fresh off the Geneva Motor Show, the Hyundai PassoCorto might just be the most beautiful car that Hyundai has ever designed.
At the latest Geneva Motor Show Hyundai unveiled the all new Intrago concept which they are setting up as their vision of the future of the automobile industry. Hyundai claims that the Intrado, despite its radical construction methods and design is not going to be just another concept car.