Hyundai has continued to amaze. As promised, at the Auto Show in Detroit 2011 Koreans have presented an unusual concept of compact urban crossover, dubbed Curb. The car is aimed at young people and is characterized by outstanding design, created by the design studio in California. Crossover put on the big 22-inch wheels, “shod” in the low-profile tires Michelin, and its doors without handles open at the touch of the hand. As recognized by the Koreans themselves, for their Hyundai Curb – is a kind of platform for running various technologies. For example, the 1.6-liter 175-horsepower turbo engine (229 Nm), under its hood is mounted with the latest 6-speed robotic gearbox with two clutches, which will be installed on the latest coupe Hyundai Veloster. Futuristic Interior Curb has four touch screen diagonal of 12 inches each. Each provides its own image, and passengers can seamlessly access to the Internet, thanks to the Blue Link. The latter, incidentally, will allow the owner to monitor the condition of the car remotely via a mobile phone application. Soon, the system will have its debut at the Hyundai production models. Curb Crossover came out very compact, its length is 4170, which is slightly more than the new Nissan Juke. But the future is vague concept, most likely he will remain a platform for testing new solutions.