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Hyundai Got Seoul


Hyundai Got SeoulHyundai made a powerful statement at the Seoul International Motor Show, which ran from 1st - 10th April in South Korea, by moving away from battery-powered cars with its Blue2 concept, a hydrogen fuel vehicle that aims to beat the emerging fuel cell cars from the likes of Honda.

The car boasts of 35 km per litre using hydrogen fuel, and harnessing low-resistance tyres to squeeze even more distance out of its super-clean 90kW-producing engine. But the innovation isn’t just in the power - inside, the upholstery makes use antibacterial material and the air is controlled by a cluster ionizer to keep everything feeling brand new and fresh, and the on-board computer will even widen the seats as the driver climbs in!

This futuristic-looking car could well lead the way in design once it hits the market. Replacing side mirrors with cameras - both on the sides of the car and the roof and displaying messages about the vehicles condition on the LED screen panels while allowing passengers to slot their table devices into the headrests of the front seats means that soon life will be like living in Minority Report - hopefully without the bad bits though.

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