Hyundai Motor Company have released a photo of the interior of its all-new compact sedan (code named ‘MD’), which is no less sensational than the design of the car itself.
Launched at this year’s Busan International Motor Show in South Korea, it is expected to be ready for sale in the domestic market sometime in August.
While the exterior styling is a continuation of Hyundai’s “Fluidic Sculpture” design language, inside is a product of the company’s new design philosophy called the “Wind Craft”.
The idea behind the design concept is for an interior that “projects a dynamic and futuristic image that is aimed at the younger generation.”
The ‘MD’ is powered by a brand new Gamma Gasoline Direct Injection engine, and is said to deliver class leading fuel economy and emissions output.
Hyundai also aims to set new standards in the compact sedan segment with high-end features like Xenon Headlamps, LED taillights, heated rear seats (we assume that includes front seats too), puddle lamps and a full-colour TFT LCD screen.
Hyundai Motor Company Australia will be launching the all new ‘MD’ compact sedan in 2011 although, we cannot confirm those features listed above for the Korean market will be included in Australian spec cars at this time.