It is called Hyundai 45 EV Concept and will revolutionize the design of electric cars of the Japanese brand. His premiere? In Frankfurt
With the Monterrey Car Week in the rearview mirror, car manufacturers are turning their attention to the next Frankfurt Motor Show that will hold next September. The last manufacturer has been Hyundai.
The brand has just launched an advance in the form of a teaser image of its next vehicle. It is called Hyundai 45 EV Concept and little knowledge about it. But the company has said that it is an electric car that will act as a “symbolic milestone for the future design of Hyundai electric cars.”
The brand has continued to suggest that the Hyundai 45 EV has been inspired, in part, by “looking back at the brand’s first model of the 1970s .” The company has added that the concept aims to explore the evolution of its design language called Sensuous Sportiness. That was created to manufacture its most unique and emotional models. For Hyundai, ‘Sensual’ means ‘improved emotional values that customers can experience through design, and’ Sportiness ‘is determined to implement those values through innovative mobility solutions.’
There is no information on performance specifications, but the new Hyundai prototype that will inspire the brand’s electric cars. It has a distinctive rear end with a spoiler mounted on the tailgate and vertical accents on the back window.
Hyundai 45 EV Concept, so will Hyundai electric cars be?
Hyundai has not published images of the interior, but the company has previously hinted that. The concept will have a unique cabin that will demonstrate how they are “rethinking mobility.” The automaker has also suggested that the model could have customizable components, and that is that Hyundai intends that «the cars of tomorrow become individualized living spaces.
The new fully electric concept of Hyundai will be officially announced on September 10 and will join by a variety of other new models of the brand, including the Hyundai i10 and an electrified race car. Without forgetting the fully electric versions of the Hyundai IONIQ and the Hyundai Kona, the brand will also offer an electric hydrogen fuel cell car, FCEV, under the Hyundai Nexo logo.
At the other end of the scale are the Hyundai N division, a sub-brand of high octane emotion, gasoline and tire fryer. That is currently testing a compact AWD called Hyundai Veloster RN30, with a central engine that could give Mercedes buyers -AMG A 35 a pause to think. Hyundai is also trying to challenge the likes of Lexus, with its new luxury brand Genesis. It is currently driving high-performance V6 turbo cars and rear-wheel drive, among others.
Stay tuned for more details on Hyundai’s new brave EV concept, which is designed to have a significant visual impact on the brand’s future EV designs.