Hyundai has offered the first glimpse at its new i-oniq concept car,to be shown at Geneva
15 December 2011

Hyundai has given a first glimpse of its new Hyundai i-oniq concept car, which will be unveiled at the Geneva motor show next March.

See a teaser image of the Hyundai i-oniq concept

The Hyundai i-oniq will preview the next evolution of the brand’s ‘fluidic sculpture’ form language, as seen on most of the company's production models, such as the i40.

Read our road test of the Hyundai i40 here

Describing the i-oniq, Thomas Bürkle, Hyundai’s European Chief Designer, said, “Two strong arched curves define the silhouette of i-oniq, creating a playful contrast between the sharp character lines and soft but muscular features.”

The i-oniq concept was designed and developed at Hyundai’s European R&D centre in Rüsselsheim, Germany.

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