The new Hyundai i-flow Concept car has unveiled in Geneva. The new concept introduced not only as a possible figure learning for the troupe’s potential harvest, but also as a trial bed for new technology ideas.
At 4.78 metres long, 1.85m extensive and 1.4m high, the i-current is not a small car at all. Actually, it points to a new D-segment family car Hyundai plans to launch in 2011. Its fluidic originate, as Hyundai calls it, is very aerodynamic while at the same time aspirant to the new sedan-saloon trend presently seen in several European premium cars.
The powertrain consists of a 1.7-litre turbodiesel hybrid engine with two-rostrum turbocharging coupled to a Lithium Ion-Polymer battery. It is Hyundai’s first diesel-electric amalgam powertrain and is mated to a 6-pace dual-clasp gearbox. The procedure is said to deliver C02 emissions of 85 g/km.