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Hydrogen-powered Hyundai Intrado concept planned for Geneva

Hyundai's new Intrado concept, which will make its debut at next year's Geneva Auto Show, is the Korean company's first prototype to embody its ''Fluidic Sculpture 2.0'' design language (first shown on the 2015 Genesis).

The fuel cell technology at work in the Hyundai Intrado is similar to the current Tucson FCEV's, but smaller and lighter.

The Intrado is a 5-door crossover with outrageously sized wheels, boomerang-shaped taillights, and styling cues inspired from the world of aeronautics. In fact, the name of the concept refers to the underside of an aircraft’s wing.

More details to come in the weeks leading up to the Geneva show in March.

Source: Motor Authority