Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Hyundai and BASF joined forces to make a new concept car- the i-flow

Auto shows are best platforms for auto groups to introduce their new concept cars, it attracts a lot of attention and great publicity. To avail these benefits, the Korean Car maker Hyundai Motors is geared up to unveil its new  i-Flow concept at the important Geneva Motor Show in the month of March 2012. This all new concept has been jointly developed with BASF, a chemical company. The purpose of displaying new Hyundai i-Flow concept by Hyundai Motors is to exhibit the mobility concept along with use of innovative material in the car.

Though these Material modernizations have not been introduced into action for now in the automobile industry, but will be used in coming time. As per reports, in joint hands with BASF, the Hyundai Motors could do better in achieving better fuel mileage, lower environment bang, design liberty coupled with more soothe and protection. Talking about Hyundai i- Flow concept is combo of Hyundai’s signature fluidic design covered with a creative veneer technique from BASF. Apart this the Fluidic design, the innovative materials which are being used in car will also help in cut down environmental effects which is very much in today’ cars. new Hyundai i-Flow price is not yet revealed.

Coming o the structure of Seats frames, they are made of polyamide, Ultramid Material Balance which comprise of up to 60% of re-newable raw materials along with some other thermoplastics and few energy-absorbing foams. Beside this something is more interesting that is the presence of brawny diesel engine, which is incorporated in a stiff foam poly-urethane insulation system able to sentinel both the atmosphere and the engine.The new Hyundai i-Flow pictures are quite good. Along with this it also adorns a huge variety of infrared-reflecting and infrared-transparent pigments in the interiors of the car, which in turn making the cooler plastic surfaces for seat, center console and dashboard more coller.This technology is recognized as Passive Heat administration.

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