In an attempt to draw maximum attention of the visitors at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Hyundai is going to unveil an interesting concept car. Named Hyundai Intrado, the car takes a fresh approach at concept vehicles and looks futuristic enough. More than just a concept, the Intrado is Hyundai’s vision of what the future cars should be like.
To be unveiled at Geneva, the Intrado is an example of future mobility, cars that would be easy to use, intuitive in nature, and adapt according to the user’s lifestyle. As for the name of the Intrado concept, it comes from the underside of an aircraft’s wing.
The exterior of the Intrado is in line with Hyundai’s fluidic sculpture design language, which exists on most of the new generation vehicles. The appeal of the concept is accentuated by a unique shape featuring minimal detailing. Hyundai has ensured that the concept is extremely lightweight, thanks to the use of advanced super lightweight steel manufactured by Hyundai itself.
Moving on to the interior of the concept, there are plenty of elements that aim at usability and adaptability. Just like the exterior, Hyundai has used advanced materials to keep the weight as low as possible. Complementing the lightweight construction is a radical design which features extensive use of unique elements and carbon fiber that most of the consumers are expected to like.
The Intrado is based on a central carbon frame structure constructed using new manufacturing and joining technologies that seem promising and could change the way cars are manufactured today. This construction offers superior strength, rigidity, as well as simpler repairing characteristics.
Under the hood of the Intrado is a next-generation hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain that comprises of a 36 kWh Lithium ion battery. The battery offers a total range of 600 kilometers and can be refueled in just a few minutes. Aside from great performance and an impressive range, the car will also offer overwhelming driving dynamics.