September marks the month of one of the most renowned car shows in Europe, the Frankfurt Motor Show. One special feature proffering a debut at the motor show is the all-electric Hyundai 45.
Is the world ready? I’m 100% ready for the coming of Hyundai’s 45 all-electric prototype debuting at the Frankfurt show, which is also a well-kept secret. There have been several brands releasing teaser videos and proclaiming the coming of something new, an undercover project or sometimes not.
In most instances, the talk of the town and the big step forward for these leading names is the release of their first EV or a better version of the last. The Automotive World is changing hands from harmful exhaust emissions to greenhouse gas emissions, and all are running to catch the bandwagon.
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One of the most popular and ever-rising manufactures, Hyundai is following suit to the new EV world and are ready to show us the concept of their automotive future.
Hyundai’s Number 45
A teaser is all we going to get for the time being. For what the Hyundai 45 is about, you’ll have to wait till September’s Frankfurt Motor Show. The launch of the 45 concept car is said to mark the new journey, plotting the new course of the South Korean car company.
"the South Korean company will bring the new generation i10 to the show but this won’t be the only exciting premiere from the marque. A new teaser image hints at an all-electric concept, dubbed the 45, with a global debut scheduled for September 10 in Hall 11 of the Frankfurt exhibition.The 45 concept will serve as a preview of the brand’s design language for its upcoming zero-emission models. More precisely, it will “act as a symbolic milestone for Hyundai’s future EV design.”"
What we know so far;
"The overall appearance of the prototype is “inspired by looking back at the brand’s first model in the 1970s” and this is visible mostly from the angular shapes. The concept represents an evolution of Hyundai’s Sensuous Sportiness design language, where “Sensuous” stands for “enhanced emotional values that customers can experience through design,” while “Sportiness,” apparently, is “determined to implement those values through innovative mobility solutions.”"
The most amazing goal trying to be achieved by the South Koreans is the idea to make your ride, unique and specific. Offering not a new concept in design, but also how customers can become more involved in the production of their own car.
This way, no customer will leave the showroom unhappy with their purchases.
"In an older press release from earlier this month, Hyundai explained it will try to imagine “how future vehicles will offer customers more freedom to design their cars in a way similar to how people design their homes.” (via: Motor1.com)"
One of the many newcomers I can’t wait to see. Hyundai has taken major leaps in the motor industry and is not stopping on their recent success, but are building to challenge on all fronts.