Design Analysis: Hyundai 45 & H-Space concepts

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Car Design News takes a closer look at the Hyundai 45 and H-Space concept cars to understand the Korean manufacturer’s view of the future of car design

45 years is a long time in the automotive world, especially in the current environment of break-neck technological advancement and epic shifts in attitudes towards car ownership. So while we often like to think of Hyundai as one of the new kids on the automotive block, the 45 concept first shown at IAA Frankfurt reminds us instead of the company’s rather significant heritage, while also serving as a stepping stone to a vision of the future that was also on display.

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