Hyundai unveils the 45 Electric Concept Car at the Frankfurt Motor Show. This car has been named after Hyundai’s Pony Coupe Concept. Learn more.
Contents of this post-
- Hyundai 45 Concept Overview
- What’s the idea behind the Hyundai 45 Electric Concept Car?
- Features of the Hyundai 45 Concept
- Cabin of the 45 Concept
The Hyundai 45 Electric Concept Car is named after the Hyundai Pony Coupe Concept. The car was first showcased in 1974 and focuses on the key concept such as electrification, intelligent design and autonomous technologies. At this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, many new cars were showcased which included the Porsche Taycan, Mercedes GLC and GLE Plug-in Hybrid EV’s and many more. Moreover, Hyundai has also unveiled the amazing 45 electric vehicle concept at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. This car would definitely do well in the near future.
What’s the idea behind the Hyundai 45 Electric Concept Car?
The idea behind the Hyundai 45 concept is that it should be able to offer an entirely new ultra-luxury experience in terms of comfort and self driving technology. The 45 concept car introduces Hyundai’s new design language that focuses on-
- Autonomous technologies
- And intelligent design.
Moreover, the overall concept/design of the car has been inspired from the aircrafts of 1920s and the ’45’ actually refers to the 45 degree angle that forms a diamond shape silhouette at the front and rear part of the vehicle. However, there’s a lot more to come in this car.
Features of the Hyundai 45 Concept
The Hyundai 45 Concept uses a minimalist theme that has clean lines with zero complexity. Thanks to Hyundai’s ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ design language that makes this car looks more beautiful. This car is still in its concept form, there is no information yet on the specifications or interior features of the car. The features that you may see in this car may include hidden camera monitoring system that is equipped to handle self-driving applications. Moreover, instead of using traditional wing mirrors, the car also features side cameras that we’re seeing in most of the new cars these days; it overcomes visibility challenges caused by dirt that gathers on the mirror and offers less visibility.
Talking about the batteries, they could be positioned outside or below the passenger compartment.
Cabin of the Hyundai 45 Concept
The cabin of the 45 concept features a great environment and provides you with lounge style chairs which you can also rotate to face each other and a carpet as well. Moreover, the Front-seat passengers can interact with the infotainment system via the projection-beam interface. Hence, replacing a single central touchscreen with a series of displays and functions that are integrated into the dashboard itself.