Hyundai wins two Good Design awards
The Hyundai Ioniq and Vision G Concept have each won a 2016 Good Design Awards
The Hyundai Ioniq and Vision G Concept have each won a 2016 Good Design Awards from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
The Good Design awards celebrate designs that are anything but ordinary, and this marks the second consecutive year that Ioniq has received this honor.
The Hyundai Ioniq and Vision G Concept were recognized among the world’s most innovative and cutting-edge industrial, product and graphic designs for their emphasis on design quality of the highest form, function and aesthetics.
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The thoughtful and innovative work by Hyundai’s design teams on these two vehicles achieved a standard beyond that of ordinary consumer products and graphics.
Now in its 66th year, Good Design is the oldest and the most prestigious design-awards program organized worldwide.
Ioniq is the first eco vehicle in the world to offer three distinct electrified powertrains on a single, dedicated vehicle platform – the Ioniq Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid and Electric models.
The Vision G Coupe Concept represents Hyundai’s inspiration for a family of premium products that promise luxury, performance and style combined with value and responsibility.
These qualities are the foundation of the Hyundai brand. The definition of luxury in the auto market has always been a tug of war between performance and comfort.
Thoughtful innovation is represented in the innovative door technology that allows it to be opened automatically, valet-style, as the driver approaches from the rear. Inside, the cabin is a testament to simplicity, elegance, and high quality finishes.