Hyundai has premiered the Hexa Space Concept at the Auto Expo in New Dehli today, a multi-purpose vehicle based on the ix20 aimed at urban families in emerging markets.
The automaker says the Hexa Space will revolutionize the use of interior space, and it represents another example of their "New Thinking. New Possibilities." The car is codenamed the HND-7 and in terms of design it follows the ‘Fluidic Sculpture’ principles. It features a hexagonal grille, eight slim, hexagonally shaped seats which enable multiple configurations, an innovative door design, with the rear doors lifting and sliding back and creating an opening on each side.
The Hyundai Hexa Space Concept is also packed with high tech features among which a touch-screen center console, a push-button shifter and a cluster ionizer air purifier.
In terms of size the Hexa Space is 4,300 mm long, 1,820 mm wide, 1,647 mm high and has a wheelbase of 2,750 mm. Its wheels run on 19 inch tires and under the bonnet there is a Kappa 1.2-liter turbo GDI engine paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission.   

Source: Hyundai