Neckarsulm, 5. August 2007 – hyundai shows its ideas of what tomorrow’s environmentally friendly mobility could look like. The asian manufacturer presents the "i-blue" crossover study at a world premiere. Internally, the concept car bears the name neos iv. The 4.85-meter-long, 1.60-meter-high i-blue was developed at the hyundai design and technical center chiba in japan. The study is powered by a 100-kilowatt third-generation fuel cell.
2+2-seater for the first time
While the results of research with fuel cells have so far been used in suvs such as the sante fe and the tucson, hyundai has now taken a further step towards series production with the 2+2-seater crossover in the d segment. With a wheelbase of 2.85 meters and a panoramic windshield, the i-blue is designed to provide a good sense of space. According to hyundai, the 115-liter coarse hydrogen supply could enable a range of 600 kilometers.
I30 cw: the new station wagon is in frankfurt
Hyundai is also showing the i30 cw in frankfurt. This is the estate version of the new i30 compact model, which will be launched on the german market at the beginning of 2008. The 4.48-meter-long and 1.53-meter-high station wagon will be offered with two economical gasoline and two diesel engines, each covering a power range from 116 to 143 hp.
Veloster study also on board
European premiere of the 4.10-meter-long and 1.45-meter-high veloster concept car. This is a 2+2-seater sports car with an elongated panoramic glass roof and two-liter gasoline engine. According to the manufacturer, the name of the veloster is a combination of the terms "velocity" for speed and "roadster". The latter term should not be taken too literally. The concept car is a closed car, but has a light interior. The concept car was developed at hyundai’s design and technical center in namyang.