The big news of the day was, of course, the Vision T. It looks like a cross between the Range Rover Evoque and a TIE fighter with a flat hood and roofline, short bumper overhangs, sharp angles and broad flat surfaces. It's, in a word, gorgeous. Unfortunately, as a concept vehicle, there's even less of a chance that we'll see this on the street than the RN-19. Instead, Hyundai is using it to provide a broad overview of where it plans to take its burgeoning Tucson compact SUV line.
One feature we will likely see in the coming years is the Vision T's unique grill and headlight setup. Its semi-integrated headlights blend seamlessly into the front of the vehicle until they're activated while the front grill is dappled with triangular chevrons. These design details are actually quite functional as they also serve as active vents, opening and closing as needed to maintain the vehicle's efficiency regardless of how fast you're driving.