Hyundai Vision T PHEV concept debuts in Los Angeles
The automaker continues to evolve its Sensuous Sportiness design language.
Hyundai has debuted its futuristic Vision T plug-in hybrid SUV concept today at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The Vision T represents the seventh model in a series of concepts that explore potential directions for the Korean automaker's Sensuous Sportiness design language, aiming to add 'emotional value' to the lineup with more distinction between each nameplate.
The SUV features a long hood and level roofline, with short overhangs and angular geometric edges that diverge from the current status quo in the compact crossover segment. Its front end features a dynamic grille that can open and close individual elements in sequence while concealing the headlamps and daytime running lights.
The press release omits any powertrain specifications and the company has not said if the Vision T will be transformed into a production model to fulfill its idea of an "urban adventure SUV."