During the Geneva Motor Show next March, Hyundai will unveil a new concept car it calls the Intrado.
Built with a mixture of lightweight materials joined by a “revolutionary” process that Hyundai doesn’t describe, the South Korean company says its method has the potential to change how cars are constructed in the future. That might sound like concept car hyperbole, but the rest doesn’t.
It also features an updated hydrogen drivetrain that is both smaller and lighter than currently used technology. Hyundai, just like Toyota and Honda, is preparing to market hydrogen fuel cell vehicles by 2015.
Just like the next generation Genesis sedan unveiled in Korea last month, this car wears the company’s updated design language, previewing the styling future products will share.