Hyundai used Los Angeles Auto Show to present Vision T Concept. This plug-in hybrid SUV is the seventh study from Hyundai Design Center and acts as preview for the next generation of company’s Sensuous Sportiness global design. Hyundai Vision T Concept has a shape of compact crossover that consist of muscular side profile complemented by prominent grille at the front. Shape and size are similar to that of new Sonata. Design of Hyundai Vision T Concept has been further enhanced and is evident from the front that feature a massive grille. When the car is static, it gives a dominating presence.
When the car is in motion, each individual cell of the grille continues to move in a prescribed sequence giving it a dynamic forward demeanour. Vision T Concept also has an integrated hidden headlamp system that transform into a fully functional lighting. South Korean automaker claims that it represents “next generation of Hyundai design innovation” that could mean that similar features might be seen in upcoming models. Senior Vice President and Head of Hyundai Global Design Center, SangYup Lee said that they are pursuing innovative solutions in design and add emotional value to their product experience via Sensuous Sportiness design language.
Hyundai Vision T Concept is covered in matte green and is 181.5-inches long, 79.3-inches wide with a wheelbase of 110.4-inches. Since, Hyundai Vision T Concept has a plug-in hybrid, it has a charging point that is located on front passenger side quarter panel along with a sliding cover. When it is plugged-in, “Blue Drive” is illuminated right below the port, and the battery state of charge is visually indicated externally.