Hyundai is proud to reveal another interesting concept that goes by the name of Intrado. It will be showcased in full at next week’s 84th edition of the Geneva Motor Show. It’s actually an important concept from Hyundai since it represents the first product to be designed under direct supervision of Peter Schreyer. The appearance of the concept is basically an evolution of the firm’s fluidic sculpture design but with an emphasis on aero efficiency while at the same time minimalizing the level of detailing in order to create a cleaner look.
The cabin of the Hyundai Intrado concept is taking a minimalistic approach and packs interesting see-through air vents and exposed carbon fiber areas. Power comes from a next generation hydrogen fuel-cell system that encompasses a lithium-ion battery pack with a capacity of 36 kWh. Hyundai says the concept has a maximum range of 600 km (373 miles).