2001 Hyundai Clix Concept

The Clix 2+2 sports coupe is the brainchild of Hyundai Motor Company’s European Design Centre in Frankfurt. Their philosophy was to offer the driver and passengers the best of all worlds; the dynamic handling and excellent road holding of a sports coupe, with the versatility of a pick-up or SUV.

One of the most striking aspects of the Clix is its all-glass roof. It is made up of four separate panels, and features a high-tech opening mechanism powered by six motors so it can make a rapid transformation achieves a rapid transformation from coupe to targa, then onto Cabriolet and finally to a Pickup, with the roof panels being stored under the rear seats.

There are no plans for the Clix to join Hyundai’s range of production cars.

In Detail

submitted by Richard Owen
engine Direct Injection Inline-4
displacement 2200 cc / 134.3 in³
power 225.2 kw / 302.0 bhp
specific output 137.27 bhp per litre
bhp/weight bhp per tonne
f brake size mm / in
r brake size mm / in
wheelbase 2450 mm / 96.5 in
length 3959 mm / 155.9 in
width 1738 mm / 68.4 in
height 1300 mm / 51.2 in
transmission 6-Speed Seqential
gear ratios :1