Hyundai is not letting us down either!
Recently, Hyundai North America CEO John Krafcik declared for Automobile magazine that they will preserve the “fluidic sculpture” that made them famous, but at the same time they will keep it going with the modern needs.
In addition to this, he also revealed some future plans, like the insertion of an all-wheel-drive version of the Genesis sedan, a premium crossover but not sure about a convertible, minivan or pickup truck.
“You’ll see even more maturity with the new Santa Fe, and future cars will feature something we’re internally calling Fluidic Precision, where the forms might be a little less extroverted. You’ll see that with the next Sonata, the design of which has just been frozen.” Krafcik said.