The Hyundai HCD-14 will the latest in a line of Californian-designed concepts when it receives its first public outing at the Detroit motor show
7 January 2013

The luxurious Hyundai HCD-14 concept will receive its world premiere at the Detroit motor show next week.

No information has been revealed, aside from this single teaser image, but Hyundai says it provides “a glimpse into future Hyundai premium vehicle design, advanced 3D gesture-based technology controls, and spirited driving dynamics”.

The HCD-14 is the latest in a line of concepts which stretches back to 1992 with the HCD-1. Like its predecessors, the HCD-14 has been designed at the Hyundai California Design facility, which has provided the concept its name.

Hyundai will unveil the concept car at 8pm on January 14. Check back to Autocar.co.uk for the full story.

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7 January 2013

If it turns out to be a remotely interesting car, it wont get to Europe.

8 January 2013

That really is a beautiful Citroen.

8 January 2013

Who knows what this car really looks like?  The image appears stetched making the wheels look oval, and with nothing visible below the waistline I'm sure the image is designed to make the car appear much longer and sleeker thas it really is.

But then again, it's succeeded in its main purpose - to generate a bit of pre show publicity for Hyundai  and get a few more people on to the stand. 

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