Hyundai Motor Company finally took the wraps off the 45 electric vehicle concept at the ongoing Frankfurt Motor Show. The EV concept pays homage to the company’s heritage and reimagined future of Hyundai’s automotive design that’s focused on electrification, autonomous technologies and intelligent design. Read – Hyundai i10N Sport Variant Leaked Online
The 45 also marks a twist on the company’s first production car that was showcased as Hyundai Pony Coupe concept back in 1974. The carmaker says that the Hyundai 45 derives its design inspiration from the 1920’s aircraft and its name reflects its 45-degree angle at the front and rear.
The electric vehicle concept has futuristic design thanks to its distinctive lattice radiator grille featuring a “kinetic cube lamp” design, LED lighting, all glass roof and pillar, high waistline, two panoramic glass roof panels with retro, slatted sun blinds and door’s bottom with special garnish highlights and LED lights. Read – Up To 2 Lakh Discounts On Hyundai Cars
Interior of the Hyundai 45 is said to be inspired by furniture design with fusion of wood, fabric and leather. It has lounge chair-style front and rear seats. The front seats can rotate to face other occupants. Interestingly, the front seat passenger can interact with the infotainment system controlled by projection beam interface.
The Hyundai 45 EV has been designed to provide maximized space with batteries and motors fitted outside or below the passenger compartment. The batteries are positioned throughout the vehicle’s ‘skateboard floor’ ensuring enough cabin space. The floor of the EV is covered by a carpet giving sense of a living space. It also helps reducing the road noise. Read – Hyundai Venue Becomes India’s Best-Selling SUV
The all-new electric car concept from Hyundai features multiple storage compartments including door mounted horizontally elongated device pockets to keep tablet PCs and books. The storage space has a transparent material enables you to see the content.
Engine details of the Hyundai 45 EV concept are still under the wraps.