Back at the 2009 L.A. Auto show, the Korean car maker Hyundai vowed to be green by reducing their vehicle’s mass across the entire range and therefore improve their MPG ratings. As a follow up to their promise, Hyundai will unveil the forward thinking i-flow concept car this March at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. According to the first details about the concept, the i-flow is chock full of innovations from the chemical company BASF incorporating numerous new technologies including innovative lightweight materials and alternative power sources like solar cells that will not only reduce the vehicle’s curb weight but improve its energy efficiency as well.
The i-flow concept’s flowing body lines are designed not only to cut through the air with greater ease and exceptional aerodynamics, but also catch the eye of any onlookers walking the show floor in Geneva. While the "i" prefix clearly identifies the innovative concept as a member of the Hyundai family and their commitment to technological automotive innovation and fuel efficiency.
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