Hyundai will display its design and technology including the latest HCD-15 Santa Cruz Concept, Tucson Fuel Cell and SEMA vehicles — at the Chicago Auto Show.
The automobile major will reveal two new products, including a special edition Veloster during the show.
Hyundai’s Santa Cruz Crossover Truck Concept and several of Hyundai’s SEMA tuner vehicles will make a debut launch at the Chicago show.
The Santa Cruz Crossover Truck is a fresh concept for those who are in search of a multi- utility vehicle including outdoor activities.
For this year’s Chicago Auto Show, Hyundai will bring five SEMA models, including Blood Type Racing’s Genesis Coupe and the Toca Signature Edition Genesis, which were designed and built by Chicagoland tuners.
Launched at the annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas last November, Hyundai SEMA tuner vehicles highlight the collaboration of technology and design innovation among the automotive world.
There will be a full lineup of Hyundai’s SEMA vehicles present at the show including blood Type Racing Genesis Coupe, Toca Signature Edition Steel Phoenix Genesis Sedan and ARK Performance AR550 Genesis Sedan.
Besides, Bisimoto Engineering Sonata and JP Edition Genesis Coupe will also be other attractions of the event.
Moreover, for the first time, the zero-emissions Tucson Fuel Cell will be driven in Chicago by media attending the Concept and Technology Garage event.
The Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell is the first mass-produced fuel cell vehicle available for consumer lease.
The fuel cell technology will replace the battery pack used in an electric vehicle by generating electricity from hydrogen, through an electrochemical process.
It improves the limitations of traditional battery electric vehicles and maintains the day-to-day flexibility of the gasoline-powered Tucson.
The Tucson Fuel Cell has been available in Southern California since June, 2014.
Hyundai’s hydrogen fuel cell technology is recognized as one of the most advanced powertrains in the world.
Hyundai will also demo in the 2015 Sonata its latest array of in-vehicle technologies such as an eight-inch navigation system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and Hyundai’s Blue Link smartwatch app.