Suk-Geun Oh, head of Hyundai Design Center drops the 411 on the concept saying, “representing an evolution of Hyundai’s ‘Fluidic Sculpture’ design philosophy, the rear-wheel drive sports coupe concept balances high performance with a sophisticated image.” The concept was unveiled at the 2013 Seoul Motor Show and while the body flows nicely we also like the hard facts under the hood. Equipped with 3.3-liter turbo GDi engine and 8-speed auto transmission, HND-9 delivers a maximum output of 370 ponies. It will be interesting to see how much of this design philosophy makes it to the road but both Korean automakers have become style leaders in recent years and the trend looks to continue.