Having made its global debut at the 2010 Geneva Show, the Hyundai i-flow concept car continues our evocative new form language, ´fluidic design´. The flowing, elegant lines not only create a futuristic shape, but also contribute to exceptional aerodynamics and help to reduce the car´s CO2 output to just 85g/km - lower than most small city cars on the road today. The Veloster name – a compound of velocity and roadster – evokes the sporty characteristics of a classic two-plus-two. A panoramic glass roof and other futuristic styling details help project a high-tech image. Undertaken as a joint project with GE Plastics, QarmaQ’s designers were given free rein to express themselves, creating complex 3D shapes that could not have been achieved with conventional production methods. Departing from conventional design, QarmaQ blazes a trail with a panoramic wraparound glazing area using GE’s Lexan polycarbonate resin, which sits between the two pronounced ‘muscles’ above the front and rear wheels. Go To website