2011 Detroit Auto Show

January 15, 2011 by staff 

2011 Detroit Auto Show, The Hyundai Crossover Concept Curb could best be described as an off-road vehicle for the rest of us. You know; we citizens who do not really go on the field, but think the idea is pretty cool. Invoices Hyundai concept as a “compact urban activity vehicle” and now brings his signature design elements fluidic Sculpture along for the ride.

Inspired by architect Santiago Calatrava, the vehicle was conceived by the Hyundai California Design Center in Irvine, California. Notable items include a windshield surrounding the open-lattice “One of the pillars as the visor of a helmet motorcycle sport.

In addition to the bond is shorter, more manageable design – MotorTrend compares the size of the border for the Kia Sportage – nice features include an illuminated “Curb” badge which can be seen through the paint in one direction, headrests that fold into the ceiling supports, and the pop-out storage and cycling.

The border can be solid, but it is also teched with a screen 12-inch touch screen on the dashboard, which shows a monitor through the steering wheel, Blue Link Hyundai and vehicle technology, connectivity, and door openers touch-pad.

Hyundai estimates of the sidewalk will get over 30 mpg city / 40 mpg highway.


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