Hyundai i-flow Concept Car Review

Hyundai i-flow concept picture

Hyundai i-flow concept picture

Hyundai i-flow HED-7 with a sensational begin presented  at the Genewa Motor Show 2010 ago.The 4.78 meter long Hyundai i-Flow provides an outlook on the European Sonata’s successor, the 2011 first as a wagon and later comes as a sedan on the market.

Hyundai i-flow -Inspiration from nature

Hyundai i-flow concept side view picture
Hyundai i-flow is acronym stands for HED-7 “Hyundai European Design”, because the i-Flow was designed in germany design center of the Koreans. The inspiration for the line management at the 1.85 meter wide and 1.42 meters high was the natural vehicle. For a futuristic look that provides an unusual balance between a short body overhang at the front and the long flowing tail. An adaptive spoiler and aerodynamic side skirts for little air resistance. Striking is the large glass roof with integrated solar cells, which combines with front and rear windows.

Hyundai i-flow -Comfortable feeling of space

Hyundai i-flow concept rear view picture
Also for the interior of the Hyundai i-flow HED-7, the designers have come up with something. Such novel materials are of the BASF Group in the seats and center console are used to save weight. For a lot of space, a wheelbase of 2.80 meters. A split in the central field of view of the front screen passengers lying not only responds to touch, but also gestures to the driver or passenger. Regardless of the driver, the co-pilot plan the itinerary or entertainment media call. A revolving light bar enveloped in lush green and the interior provides, according to Hyundai for a new energy board. Alternatively, mint green and lemon yellow to choose from.
Hyundai i-flow HED-7 has Under the hood , a new common-rail diesel engine operates with 1.7-liter displacement and dual turbochargers. The diesel of Hyundai i-flow is coupled to an electric motor. In conjunction with a six-speed dual-clutch transmission in the mild hybrid comes with three liters of fuel per 100 kilometers and will emit only 85 grams of CO2 per kilometer. Hyundai i-flow has the electric motor is powered by a lithium-ion polymer battery. The recovery of electrical energy from braking energy is also used as the solar panels on the roof and the dashboard. The encapsulation of the diesel engine with PU plastic always makes a warm start.

Hyundai i-flow-SUV with fuel cell

Hyundai i-flow concept cockpit view picture

Hyundai i-flow concept upper view picture

Hyundai i-flow concept behind view picture

Hyundai i-flow concept in dealer picture

Hyundai i-flow concept in dealer picture

Hyundai i-flow concept back view picture
A further highlight of the Hyundai ix35 FCEV fuel cell. His drive unit makes 136 hp and gives the vehicle a top speed of 160 km / h. Thanks to the comprehensive 5.6 kg of hydrogen tanks, the range is 650 km. Also on board is a 21-kilowatt lithium-polymer battery. Already in 2012, the ix35 FCEV has a circulation of more than 1,000 units produced and delivered to fleet customers in Korea of Hyundai i-flow.

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