Hyundai to introduce Hyundai Blue2 Fuel Cell Concept Car at Seoul Motor Show
Hyundai, one of leading Automaker is going to reveal a new Concept Car at the Seoul Motor Show this week, the concept named Blue2 a fuel-cell concept is expected to help the Car giant gain “early leadership of the FCEV market.” But yet the production of this new car hasn’t been confirmed.
Blue2 is powered by a fuel cell electric system that delivers a stack power of 90kW(1.65kW/L) and fuel economy of 34.9km/ℓ that’s 82.1 miles per gallon when converted to the U.S. cycle. the design of Blue2 is called as ‘Intersected Flow,’ by company, incorporating both innovative and dynamic design elements. The car concept really looks hot, there is the glossy black strip that runs from the bottom of the C-pillar all the way back to the bottom of the front wheel. wraparound-style greenhouse combined with a flat, slightly slanted roof.
Blue2 is coming with a low-resistance tires and alloy wheels which is claimed to have a improved aerodynamic performance. The vehicle’s condition is visible via unique and futuristic images on the exterior of the car through outside LED screen panels, that are placed both front and rear of the Car. Conventional door mirrors have been replaced with cameras, and the car even features a welcome system that recognizes the driver and automatically opens the door.
“Hyundai’s goal is not to be the biggest car company, but the most loved. We want to be a reliable partner to our customers, supporting their happiness, rather than a company that pursues its own interests,” said Steve S. Yang, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor. “We will ceaselessly introduce world-class products of the best quality to overcome the difficult market environment and turn it into an opportunity, while modestly listening to the voice of the customer.” In particular, Hyundai will focus on “improving quality, creating new values through new thinking, and developing advanced eco-friendly technologies to contribute to a greener society,” Yang said.
The Blue2 uses a combined center cluster and fascia, using an organic LED monitor and ultra-light tempered glass to display vital information. There are even seat-mounted entertainment holders that house things like Apple iPad tablets and other tablet devises, as well.