Hyundai has taken the wraps off the Intrado concept which will receive its first public outing next week at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.

Hyundai has taken the wraps off the Intrado concept which will receive its first public outing next week at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.

After a teaser photo and several leaked images, Hyundai is ready to show its latest concept which represents the firm's first product to be developed under the direction of Peter Schreyer. The exterior styling represents an evolution of the firm's fluidic sculpture form language with a focus on aerodynamic efficiency and minimal detailing. The concept's body panels have been manufactured from lightweight steel developed at the company's steel plant.

The simple yet functional interior cabin uses advanced materials, along with see-through air vents and exposed carbon fiber. It benefits from a central carbon frame structure made by using newly developed manufacturing and joining techniques for which Hyundai has a patent filing to register the technology.

Motivation is provided by a next-gen hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain that contains a 36 kWh lithium-ion battery. Refueling takes only a few minutes and at full capacity the Intrado can cover a distance of up to 373 miles (600 km).

Additional details can be found in the press release section.

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