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Hyundai Unveils Vision T Concept in Los Angeles

The seventh in a series of Hyundai Design Center concepts, the Hyundai Vision T Plug-in Hybrid SUV Concept was unveiled at 2019 AutoMobility LA.

It’s an SUV, a plug-in hybrid, and it wears the “Sensuous Sportiness” design language Hyundai has been working on in the last few years. Wrapped in a dark green matte paint, this concept wants to show that a green vehicle at Hyundai can have an “out of the box” design. Active design features like the Parametric Air Shutter are also included in the Vision T Concept. When the Vision T is stationary, the grille is closed. When the vehicle starts to move, each individual cell of the grille design activates in a sequence in order to control airflow to the powertrain, but also to optimize aerodynamics.

Headlamp design is also active, with a hidden look when the engine is shut off, as well as hidden DRLs. The Vision T concept wears satin split-five-spoke chrome alloy wheels that hide dark orange brake calipers.

On the passenger side rear corner panel, the charging port hides under a sliding cover. When charging, the Vision T, the “Blue Drive” emblem is illuminated. The battery state can also be seen thanks to a circular light cluster around the plug, enabling users to measure approximate range without having to access the cabin.

Hyundai Vision T Concept | Photo: Louis-Philippe Dube

Hyundai Vision T Concept | Photo: Louis-Philippe Dube

Hyundai Vision T Concept | Photo: Louis-Philippe Dube

Hyundai Vision T Concept | Photo: Louis-Philippe Dube

Hyundai Vision T Concept | Photo: Louis-Philippe Dube

Hyundai Vision T Concept | Photo: Louis-Philippe Dube

Hyundai Vision T Concept | Photo: Louis-Philippe Dube

Hyundai Vision T Concept | Photo: Louis-Philippe Dube

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Louis-Philippe Dubé
Louis-Philippe Dubé has been contributing at MotorIllustrated.com for over a year, and for the NetMedia360 network for nearly three years now. His passion for everything automotive comes from a career as a mechanic, but also from the family vehicle collection that includes a 996 Porsche Turbo and a 2004 Ford GT. We've been bugging him to drive the GT, but he hasn't responded. Send L-P an email

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