Likening a vehicle to a Hyundai Veloster on stilts may not be the best metaphor but, hey, I am trying here folks.
It's not that the Veloster was an awful looking car, at least to my eyes, it did stir the pot though.
It seems that Hyundai's continuing to do the same with an all-new concept headed to the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. But it's not the exterior design of the concept that should have you curious. The Intrado is actually a particularly sophisticated machine with new construction methods using carbon fiber reinforced plastic and a fuel cell powerplant.
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...It's a super-lightweight crossover coupé built of innovative materials, featuring a second-generation hydrogen fuel cell powertrain, and represents a new design philosophy for Hyundai; part of its new theory is that minimalist simplicity and functionality will be paramount in all of its cars.
The Intrado is the result of an advanced research and development project undertaken at Hyundai/Kia’s European Technical Centre in Frankfurt.
Design president Peter Schreyer says it has been designed "from the inside out: to put the driver at the centre of the driving experience; to be perfect in an ergonomic sense; and to provide a genuinely multi-purpose ownership experience – capable enough to suit an active lifestyle, small enough to park in the city, but comfortable and efficient over long distances...