2012 Hyundai i-ioniq Concept

HYUNDAI I-IONIQ CONCEPT







At the Geneva Motor Show 2012 Hyundai introduced its latest European concept car called the I-oniq, demonstrating the future of advanced technology and unique design of the company's future.
 

The original roof of the car i-ioniq provides plenty of room for passengers and light door concept car equipped with a mechanism that provides easy access to rear seats. Rounding out the exterior features unique lights, chrome trim and edged with blue LED eyebrows.


4.4 meter hatchback i-ioniq is nothing but a figment of the development of a European company Hyundai and research center in Germany, made in a typical design of a brand called "fluid sculpture."
 

Under the hood of Hyundai i-ioniq equipped with two engines, 1 liter 3-cylinder gasoline engine with capacity of 62 horsepower and 109 hp electric motor, reducing CO2 emissions to 45 g / km. With a full tank and a fully charged battery can overcome the new hatchback to 700 KM road and up to 120 km by an electric motor developing up to 145 kilometers per hour.
 

According to Hyundai Chief Designer Thomas B├╝rkle, the unique design of the new concept car i-ioniq was achieved combination of "soft" lines with "muscular" in volume car, the outside has already hinted at his sporting qualities.
 

Interior of the car looks like a two in one, as the rear of the cabin was done in the style of a cozy lounge, providing maximum comfort and the front "screams" sporty mood of the time.
 

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