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2011 Hyundai Blue2 Concept Car Review
02 April 2011 - At the 2011 Seoul Motor Show Hyundai Motor staged a world premiere of the Hyundai Blue2 concept car (codenamed HND-6), a mid-size FCEV which shows a blueprint for future sedans. The name 'Blue2' is a combination of Hyundai's sub eco-brand 'Blue Drive' and the number `2' from H2, the symbol for hydrogen gas.
Hyundai Blue2 Concept combined the center fascia and cluster, the application of advanced Transparent Organic Light Emitting Diode (TOLED) monitor and ultra-light tempered glass, called Gorilla® Glass, providing more accurate information and vivid graphics.
The infotainment system is provided by a Moustick motion sensor, a haptic feedback wheel motion sensor that reacts to touch controller movements and hand, respectively, giving drivers a new experience. Hyundai Blue2 concept aims to satisfy every senses of the future drivers, including the air we breathe: A cluster ionizer refreshes the air inside the vehicle, while the antibacterial leather with leaf-shaped pattern, called eco-graphic perforation, emphasizes an ecological aspect and feel.
Hyundai Blue2 Concept is powered by a fuel cell power system that delivers a stack of 90 kW of power (1.65kW / L) and consumption of 34.9 km / l. Hyundai Blue2 Concept materialized the sporty and luxurious, a combination of futuristic, flowing designs and features of the environment. Hyundai Blue2 has a low-resistance tires and alloy wheels designed to improve aerodynamic performance.