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Hyundai i-flow Diesel Hybrid Concept 2010


The Hyundai i-flow Concept previews a future D-Segment contender for the Korean Automaker. The styling defined at the Germany Russelheim Styling Studio, illustrate a “fluidic sculpture” with flowing lines. It is also Hyundai’s first diesel hybrid power-train  that is quoted for a fuel consumption of 3 litres /100 km or equivalent 85 g/km CO2 emission.


The overall length is 4.780 mm and the wheelbase  2.800 mm while width is 1.850 mm and height 1.420 mm giving the car an athletic stance. Hyundai is announcing that it will bring into production in 2011 a new challenger in this segment of market. The technology of the concept include thermo-electric waste heat recovery developed with BASF. This process equates in further reduction in fuel consumption, 5% at highest driving. In fact up to half of the electrical energy consumed by i-flow at 80 kph – 250 watts – can be recovered through the work of a thermo-electric generator. Harvested energy from hot exhaust gases is recaptured by this generator which is fitted in the exhaust manifold.

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