Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. releases an artist's rendering of its new aerodynamic i-flow D-segment sedan concept vehicle, which will debut at the Geneva auto show March 2. Retaining the Hyundai “i” identification nomenclature, it incorporates the word “flow” to express the latest step in the auto maker’s “fluidic sculpture” styling language. Designed at Hyundai’s European design center in Russelsheim, Germany, the i-flow contains lightweight materials developed by BASF SE, including solar ...
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