Korean automaker Hyundai is set to unveil its latest car, the Blue2, at the upcoming Seoul Motor Show. You might be wondering what specifically makes the Hyundai Blue2 so special; the Hyundai Blue2 is a a hybrid hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle that is said to average around 82.1 mpg.
In addition to being eco-savvy, the Blue2 (pronounced blue squared) is also tech-savvy, boasting door video cameras instead of mirrors and LED panels in the front and rear displaying the car's current status. The interior has a slick design with curved headrests and blue LEDs everywhere. The car only puts out 120 horsepower, which means that it won't be winning any drag races anytime soon; still, I'd gladly end my Fast and Furious days to be able to seat five while getting 82 mpg.
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The Hyundai Blue2 is Set to Debut at the Seoul Motor Show
By: Michael Hines - Published: Apr 2, 2011 • References: autoblog