Hyundai Ioniq turned into a concept HyperEconiq

October 31, 2017 on the SEMA tuning show will be a presentation of the HyperEconiq concept based on Hyundai Ioniq hybrid . Creation of the project Koreans worked together with the Canadian studio Bisimoto Engineering.

Tuners installed on the Hyundai HyperEconiq body kit with carbon elements, while the wheels of the car are painted 19-inch carbon-fiber wheels, “shod” in tires with reduced rolling resistance. Rear wheel arches are covered to reduce the coefficient of aerodynamic drag.

The concept also received an underestimated suspension and a branded exhaust system from Bisimoto. In the car there are sport seats-buckets of the company Recaro. However, the main feature of the model is low fuel consumption.

The developers claim that a 100 km run in a hybrid hybrid mode requires only 2.9 liters of fuel. Among other technical features HyperEconiq Concept is worth noting aluminum brake calipers Buddy Club, another generator and NGK candles.

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