Hyundai may have yet another eye-candy for the road as it is set to unveil the i-flow at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
The i-flow took shape at the Korean carmaker's European design center in Rüsselsheim, Germany--the same venue where the look of the all-new Tucson was conceived.
A teaser image shows that the i-flow bears Hyundai's now-signature fluidic sculpture. Its name also reflects its sleek, aerodynamic design while the 'i' prefix continues Hyundai's established nomenclature.
Hyundai said the i-flow will also incorporate a lot of new technologies developed by chemical company BASF, from innovative lightweight materials that will reduce the car's weight to solar cells that will make the car more energy efficient.
If the i-flow goes into production, it could serve as a replacement to the Azera as the Korean brand's similarly-sized Sonata just had its sixth-generation version make its debut last year.