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.
|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|