Hyundai Vision T Concept on display at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Hyundai has taken the wraps off the new Vision T Concept at the ongoing 2019 Los Angeles Motor Show. This is the seventh concept from Hyundai Design Center Concept and it puts down a new design philosophy for the future SUVs.
The Vision T is a crossover with a muscular stance and a cheeky coupe-SUV look. The grille is exquisitely designed and has an eye-catching feature. The individual cell of the grille design is said to move in a prescribed sequence when on the move, creating a dynamic forward demeanour. It controls the airflow to the powertrain while optimising aerodynamics and fuel efficiency. The overall profile has frameless doors highlighting the coupe design, the long bonnet and tight overhangs also make it look sporty.
Like onthe Azure sedan, the headlights are hidden and integrated into the grille. Designing a chrome-shaped headlight, it has a half-mirror system and converts it to a functional light when turned on. It is possible that in the future, these lamps will be widely used by Hyundai with other models. LED taillights are designed to run across the rear of the vehicle. In addition, alloy wheels match the matte-green exterior paint.
Hyundai only revealed the exterior without showing the car’s interior. Some information revealed that Vision T has a hybrid powertrain, the charging port is located on the quarter dashboard with a slide.
Elements from the Vision T will surely be seen on the upcoming Hyundai SUVs. And the new generation Tucson is expected to debut early next year.