Hyundai HND-9 Concept (1)

Η Hyundai παρουσίασε στην έκθεση της Σεούλ το HND-9 Concept, ένα νέο πρωτότυπο το οποίο είναι το 9ο που δημιουργείται το κέντρο έρευνας και ανάπτυξης της Hyundai στη πόλη Namyang της Κορέας.

Με αυτό η Hyundai μας δείχνει την σχεδιαστική φιλοσοφία που θα έχει το επόμενο Genesis Coupe. Διαθέτει πόρτες που ανοίγουν προς τα πάνω, διπλές απολήξεις εξατμίσεων, εξάγωνη γρίλια και LED φωτιστικά σώματα.

Έχει μήκος 4.695 mm, πλάτος 1.890 mm, ύψος 1.340 mm και 2.860 mm μεταξόνιο. Πατά στο έδαφος με ζάντες 22″, ενώ αρκετά μέρη του είναι κατασκευασμένα από carbon. Στο εσωτερικό συναντάμε σπορ καθίσματα, με τη κεντρική κονσόλα να είναι έντονα στραμμένη προς τη μεριά του οδηγού.

Hyundai HND-9 Concept (7)

Μηχανικά εξοπλίζεται με έναν 3,3-turbo GDi κινητήρα απόδοσης 370 ίππων με 534 Nm ροπής (ο ίδιος που φορούσε και το Kia GT Concept). Συνδυάζεται με ένα 8-τάχυτο αυτόματο κιβώτιο το οποίο στέλνει τη κίνηση στους πίσω τροχούς. Περισσότερες λεπτομέρειες γι’αυτό μπορείς να διαβάσεις στο δελτίο τύπου που ακολουθεί.

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– HND-9 hints at direction of Hyundai’s next-generation luxury sports coupe
– Special design projects strengthen Hyundai’s `Modern Premium’ image

March 28, 2013 – Hyundai Motor Co., the fastest-growing car manufacturer by brand, today staged a world-premiere of the HND-9 at the Seoul Motor Show, its latest luxury sports coupe concept that illustrates the company’s future design direction.

“HND-9 will give customers a glimpse of Hyundai’s future luxury sports coupe models,” said Suk-Geun Oh, head of Hyundai’s Design Center in Namyang, Korea. “Representing an evolution of Hyundai’s ‘Fluidic Sculpture’ design philosophy, the rear-wheel drive sports coupe concept balances high performance with a sophisticated image.”

The HND-9 is the ninth concept model developed by the Hyundai Motor Group’s R&D Center in Namyang and is based on a modern reinterpretation of an elegant, classic premium sports coupe, with sophisticated details in every design element of the car to reinforce a premium look. The vehicle, with its dramatic, long bonnet and stretched 2,860mm wheelbase, has an overall length of 4,695mm, width of 1,890mm and height of 1,340mm.

Equipped with 3.3-litre turbo GDi engine and 8-speed automatic transmission, HND-9 delivers a maximum output of 370PS, while its exterior design elements provide visual cues of the car’s performance. Fluidic yet sleek character lines that stretch from headlamp to boot and a wide and striking hexagonal-shaped radiator grille bare testimony to HND-9’s powerful stance.

HND-9 comes with butterfly doors, sculptural rear combination lamps, and dual tailpipes placed on both sides, to give the car a sleek, futuristic look. Adding to this, 22-inch alloy wheels – mixed with carbon materials – contribute to attractive styling.

Like its exterior, the interior styling of the HND-9 was designed to deliver a modern, luxurious driving experience. Three key concepts were embedded into the interior design to realise this goal: spiral sculpture, elegance and high-tech interface.

Based on the spiral sculpture concept – derived from Hyundai’s Fluidic Sculpture design philosophy – dynamic and distinctive spiral-shaped metal lines frame the entire interior in a speedy and rhythmical way, creating a unique layout.

The seats are made of sporty yet luxurious mesh fabric, and project different colours when viewed from different angles. The driver-oriented, high-tech interface is modelled on an aeroplane cockpit, offering both improved functionality and aesthetics, optimised for dynamic driving.

About Hyundai Motor

Established in 1967, Hyundai Motor Co. has grown into the Hyundai Motor Group, with more than two dozen auto-related subsidiaries and affiliates. Hyundai Motor – which has seven manufacturing bases outside of South Korea including Brazil, China, the Czech Republic, India, Russia, Turkey and the U.S. – sold 4.4 million vehicles globally in 2012. Hyundai Motor, which employs over 80,000 workers worldwide, offers a full line-up of products including small to large passenger vehicles, SUVs and commercial vehicles.

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About Hyundai Motor Europe

The company designs, engineers and manufactures cars in Europe, specifically for European consumers. In 2012, Hyundai achieved European sales of 444.000 units, taking a new-car market share of 3.5%. Almost 95% of the vehicles Hyundai sells in the region are designed, engineered and tested in Europe. And more than 70% are built at its two local factories (Czech Republic and Turkey), including New Generation i30, which is shortlisted for Europe’s 2013 Car of the Year award. Hyundai sells cars in 28 European countries across 2.500 outlets.