The vehicle on display was a four-door coupe featuring forward-thinking smooth surfaces and slick lines. Hyundai is calling the style of the concept “fluidic-precision, liquid-metal design language.” It featured a set-back cabin, and abbreviated rear deck in keeping with its coupe nature. A highlight of the body was the suicide doors, leaving unrestricted access to any part of the car when both sets of doors were open.
Hyundai’s concept had an interior with a “double cresting wave” design that’s featured in both the front and rear of the car. The wave design is noticeable on the non-symmetrical instrument panel, the door handles, and even back headrests. As a technology-minded car, it also has space for an iPad in the front console.
The luxury-minded concept improves driver safety by advancing past current infotainment systems. The vehicle features infotainment screens for driver and passenger along with a screen for vehicle diagnostics. The driver and front passenger are able to control infotainment and other vehicle functions using hand gestures that are recognized by the vehicle.
Another new feature that will help improve security is an optical recognition system. When the driver sits down, the vehicle can recognize the vehicle by their eyes and start up the car. Unrecognized drivers would not be able to use the vehicle, helping to prevent theft.
In addition to displaying their new coupe concept, Hyundai also announced a production model for the redesigned Hyundai Genesis will be show at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show. Allen Turner Hyundai is located at 6000 Pensacola Blvd in Pensacola, Florida. They have the latest Hyundai vehicles in stock including the luxury 2013 Genesis. Contact the dealership (http://www.allenturnerauto.com/