Hyundai presented at the Seoul Motor Show the new HND-9 Concept. South Korean prototype comes to prefigure the future generation of the Genesis Coupe and measures 4,695 millimeters long, 1,890 millimeters in width and has a wheelbase of 2,860 mm.

At the aesthetic level, South Koreans announce us that HND-9 Concept has taken the 'Fluidic Sculpture' design philosophy and took it to a new level. HND-9 Concept comes with 22-inch alloy wheels mixed with carbon materials and it has four tailpipes. Its exterior design flows with powerful performance.

Inside, luxury and sportiness combines perfectly. According to statements made by officials, sports seats change color depending on the angle from which they are viewed, and a high-tech interface is custom-made for easy use by the driver.

Under the hood of Hyundai HND-9, we discover a turbocharged 3.3-liter petrol engine capable of producing 370 horsepower. This engine will be paired with a eight-speed automatic transmission.


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