The Korean car manufacturer, Hyundai has got its HND-9 concept ready for a 2013 Seoul Motor Show which will happen, March 28 (Thursday). This is the next-evolution of their ‘fluidic’ design concept that graces all their cars in India.
The HND-9 is presumably another model to gauge Hyundai’s interest in expanding up market as they exhibited at this year’s past Detroit Auto Show with the HCD-14 Genesis concept. Whereas, Hyundai is considering the idea of producing an up-market luxury sedan, this would represent an up-market coupe.
Alternatively, the HND-9 Concept can also provide a good pointer as to what to expect for the next generation Genesis Coupe, should Hyundai maintain making a separate and less costly Genesis Coupe like they do today rather than introducing a completely new luxury model.
The HND-9 Concept sends its power to the rear wheels, thanks to a 370hp 3.3-litre turbocharged direct-injected GDi gasoline engine, complete with an eight-speed automatic. No much detail available of HND-9 Concept at the moment.