Hyundai has design flair, as seen in its latest models like the i40 Tourer with its sleek exterior styling, and as the company seeks to expand its presence in Indian territory, it displayed the Hexa Space MPV concept at this year's Delhi Auto Show.
Demonstrating the company's talents in interior design, the Hyundai Hexa is based on the Europe-only ix20 mini peoplemover platform -- also used by the Kia Soul -- and can seat eight people. The vehicle can be switched to camping or limousine-like accommodation via rearrangement of the clever seating set-up incorporating hexagonal-shaped pews.
All seats can fold flat for recreation purposes or the second row can fold to avail ample legroom for rear passengers.
The front arrangement accommodates three with the centre seat positioned slightly rearward for more shoulder room while the Hexa's sliding door allows for unobstructed access to the cabin.
Dimension-wise the Hexa is narrow, suiting streets in busy cities like Delhi, however its roofline is high allowing good headroom for all passengers.
Propulsion for the Hyundai Hexa Space MPV concept is taken care of by a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine and six-speed auto.
The innovative show car concept is also fitted out with a touchscreen-activated comfort control system and push-button auto shifter.
Thanks to: Car Point