Hyundai will be bringing three cars to the Frankfurt Motor Show next week demonstrating the company’s commitment to produce environmentally friendly vehicles. Seen earlier last week, Hyundai will unveil the i-Blue Fuel Cell Electric Concept, Veloster and the i30 estate.
The Hyundai i-Blue concept is a D-segment 2+2 crossover, hydrogen-powered, zero-emissions concept that was built at Hyundai’s Design and Technical Center in Chiba, Japan. The car used Hyundai’s third-generation fuel cell technology that is currently being developed at the company’s Eco-Technology Research Institute in Mabuk, Korea.
The Hyundai Veloster coupe will also show face at the Frankfurt show. The Veloster, which is targeted towards the Y-generation, is a front-wheel-drive car powered by a 2.0 liter DOHC 4-cylinder with 5-speed automatic.
Hyundai will also be showing the i30 Estate, a 5-door hatchback for which Hyundai will release full details and pricing near the model’s UK launch in early 2008.
Hyundai’s Green Lineup for Frankfurt Gallery:
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