Sydney Motor Show goers have something to look forward to within Hyundai showroom stand. Its hybrid concept car capable of super low 2.4L/100km combined fuel consumption is coming down under. Hyundai is expecting to display this latest creation as part of the worldwide push toward manufacturing more environmental friendly vehicles. Previously displayed at the Detroit Motor show after its official unveil in South East Asia, it features number of revolutionary technological advancements such as roof mounted solar cell panels, drive by wire steering, stop/start function, regenerative braking, all new lithium ion polymer type batteries and 100kw electric motor. Regarded as Hyundai stepping stone toward electrically powered vehicles, it embarks on important road ahead representing Hyundai ability to join rest of the world as a capable manufacturer of Hybrid cars. At first glance, Blue-Will striking creased sidelines, aggressive front and rear end design represents blend of Euro – Japan styling. But after few close ups it’s unmistakably Hyundai. Capable of covering 65km on single power charge it is also equipped with 1.6 litre direct injection 4 cylinder engine making it more practical Hybrid alternative capable of electric/conventional propulsions.
Article has been added by Lenka Bezekova