The 2014 Geneva Motor Show was a big show for manufacturers. As you can see from our coverage, there has been a large number of concept cars revealed and the Hyundai Intrado concept is another to add to the list.
The Intrado is the beginning of a big shift of direction for Hyundai. Hyundai says that this car shows off their belief for more advanced vehicle technologies and intelligent design to make a better connection with the driver and passengers.
Throughout the concept there is carbon fibre reinforced plastic, and other materials to not only make the car lighter and safer, but to also make it more attractive to buyers.
Powering the concept car is their next-generation hydrogen fuel cell powertrain using a 36kW lithium-ion battery. This particular piece of kit is part of their commitment to hydrogen technology that started way back in 1998.
Whilst we probably won’t be seeing this car on the road, be on the lookout for some of its styling to flow down to production models in the coming years. We wouldn’t be totally opposed to seeing their design on the road either.