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Hyundai reveals fresh insights on the exterior design of the Hyundai Vision T concept car in a new walkaround video.

30 Jun 2020 | International News : Kroea

Hyundai Motor has released a new walkaround video of the Vision T, first revealed at the Los Angeles International Auto Show last fall. 

In the video, SangYup Lee first draws attention to Vision T's sporty stance, which can be seen in its low hood, short front overhang and wide wheel base.

Geometric patterns in the front grille, including hidden headlamps, give the vehicle a jewel-like quality
SangYup Lee compares the vehicle's architecture to a mineral or a crystal that has been struck by a hard object and then shattered. When the vehicle is in motion, the air intake flaps actually move, so the vehicle almost seems more like a living animal rather than a static machine.

The Vision T's integrated architecture ensures a continuity throughout all elements of the vehicle, such as the hidden headlamp design that is repeated in the taillights. The Vision T represents one step in the evolution of Sensuous Sportiness, Hyundai's signature design identity.

Hyundai concept cars do not stand alone - they inform the design direction of future Hyundai models, which encompasses both concept and production cars. Aspects of the Vision T, such as the sharp angles and straight lines, can clearly be seen in the 45, Hyundai's subsequent concept car. While the connection to the Prophecy, the company's most recent concept car, is less apparent, all three models are united under the Sensuous Sportiness design identity.
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