The Hyundai Intrado concept car showcases the South Korean brand’s vision for future motoring with a carbon-fiber structure and hydrogen fuel cell.
The Intrado’s main structure is built in such a way that the body panels attached to it can be made from just about any material. Allegedly this gives designers great flexibility and can actually lower repair costs. The exterior portions of this vehicle are fashioned from advanced, super-light steel.
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The foundational fuel-cell powertrain is augmented by a 36 kW lithium-ion battery pack. The result of this space-age engineering is a driving range of more than 600 kilometers. In ‘Murican figures that’s at least 372 miles. But best of all the Intrado’s tank can be refilled in just minutes and the only byproduct it releases into the environment is water.
See more of the Hyundai Intrado concept in our first look video below:
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GALLERY: Hyundai Intrado Concept
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