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>> You know the drill. Gull wing doors mean strictly car show, never in show rooms. And that's about what this Hyundai Nuis concept is, but it does give us a few hints about where Hyundai is going as they emerge into the hybrid market. They want us to be impressed by the utilization of space inside this vehicle as testament to their lithium-palomar [phonetic] battery technology, which they say allows batteries to be molded in shapes that conform to the car's passenger compartments, not vice versa. They call the roof floating because it appears to visually, and all four occupants can be in touch with each other and the driver's information by a networked communication system. Or I guess they could just talk. And of course, we already covered what gull wing doors mean.
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