We saw Hyundai’s Blue Link technology in action over at CES 2011 earlier this year and it looked pretty good to be honest. Well, the Korean motor company has come up with a spanking new concept car known as Blue2, although those of you covert types who prefer codenames would settle for HND-6 instead. The Blue2 is a mid-size electric vehicle that might just pave the way for future sedans, running no a fuel cell electric system which is capable of delivering a stack power of 90kW(1.65kW/L) and fuel economy of 34.9km/liter. Looking sporty in its low-resistance tires and alloy wheels, the inside is much more futuristic that what you’d expect from today’s vehicles, using new eco-friendly materials in the process. The Blue2 is a very hospitable ride since it can recognize the driver with its welcome system, opening the door automatically. An advanced Transparent Organic Light Emitting Diode (TOLED) monitor and ultra-light tempered glass (Gorilla Glass) is in the center to offer more information in the fastest way possible. No idea on when these concepts will make their way to the real world – we can only sit and wait.
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