As the Geneva Motor Show has opened its doors the Korean automaker has revealed photos with the Hyundai i-flow Concept. The Hyundai i-flow is 4.78 m long, 1.85 m wide and 1.42 m tall and its ‘fluidic design’ with a low drag co-efficient helps the car reduce CO2 emissions to only 85 g per Km.
The Hyundai i-flow is powered by a new 1.7-litre engine with two-stage
turbocharging plus a Lithium Ion-Polymer battery pac. Power is send to the wheels via a 6-speed dual-clutch gearbox and among other features that help the Hyundai i-flow increase its efficiency there is the solar panel roof and the thermo electric generator that uses heat from the exhaust to produce power.
The Hyundai i-flow is pointing to the company’s future D-segment family car that will be launched in 2011.