[VIDEO] Hyundai PassoCorto Concept arrives in Geneva
The impressive Hyundai PassoCorto Concept has recently arrived in Geneva and the “event” has been caught on camera.
The first details on the striking Hyundai PassoCorto Concept have been released just a few days ago, when the company has announced its public debut during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, but now we get to see the one-off sports car in the metal, for the first time ever, as it has arrived at the Swiss automotive event. The vehicle in question has been designed by the IED design school, in collaboration with Hyundai, and it’s always connected to social media, and the web, being aimed towards a young audience, as the company is saying.
The new Hyundai PassoCorto has a mid-mounted 1.6 liter four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine under its hood, which is producing a total output of 262 HP. The one-off ride stands at 4,100 mm in length, 1,160 mm in height and 1,880 mm in width, with a 2,450 mm long wheelbase. It has a two-seater design and a creased bonnet, large side air intakes, large central intake, LED daytime running lights strips, a single lighting bar, high mounted exhausts and others. The Hyundai PassoCorto Concept will not be hitting the production line.
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