2012 Hyundai i-oniq Concept Teaser Released
Designed by the automaker's Research and Development centre in Russelsheim, Germany, this is supposed to speak a new dialect of the 'fluidic sculpture' language, giving us a hint at future production models. "Two strong arched curves define the silhouette of i-oniq, creating a playful contrast between the sharp character lines and soft but muscular features," says Thomas Burkle, Hyundai's European Chief Designer.
The car could either be some sort of new coupe design they have in mind based on longer platform. That remains to be seen, but the fact that it has ‘ion’ in its name could mean it's an EV or fuel-cell car, since both use an ion-conducting material or substance called an electrolyte.