Live Images: Hyundai unveils Hexa Space Concept/HND-7 [updated image gallery]

Posted on: Jan 5, 2012 - 5:10am IST

We are live at the Hyundai conference in New Delhi where the Korean giant has given us glimpse of the concept Hexa Space, popularly known as HND-7. The Hexa Space is a glimpse of a future MPV that will seat 8 people in utmost comfort. Why is it called “Hexa Space?” you ask.

Hyundai Hexa Space (1)Hyundai Hexa Space (2)Hyundai Hexa Space (3)

The reason is that all seats in this MPV are shaped hexagonally to fit in like pieces of the puzzle in a honeycomb pattern to maximize the space utilization inside the car. It is designed for the urban customers in 30-40 age group and has contrasting surfaces and bold character lines.

The center seat in first two rows is positioned slightly behind the other two seats allowing passengers to sit three abreast without feeling cramped. In addition to that, all seats fold flat to give you maximum storage capacity.

The innovative design of the doors helps in ingress and egress. The rear door lifts out and slides back to create wide open entry on each side.

Presently, it is only in a concept form with no confirmation on production model. However, it may spawn Maruti Suzuki Ertiga rival in the future

What do you think about the Hexa Space?

Hyundai Hexa Space/HND-7 Concept Image Slideshow

can’t see the image slideshow above? Head over to the Hyundai Hexa Space Concept Flickr page.

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5 thoughts on “Live Images: Hyundai unveils Hexa Space Concept/HND-7 [updated image gallery]

  1. Meenakshi says:

    This is a concept car…right? Is Hyundai thinking of actually manufacturing it for Indian markets? One thing I like the most about this MPV is its unique seating arrangement.


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