With the 88th instalment of the Geneva Motor Show just around the corner, many manufacturers are seizing the opportunity to flaunt their latest and greatest. Hyundai will also be part of the flock, premiering three new models – the Kona Electric, NEXO and the never-before-seen Vision Concept.

Now, we already know details of the Kona Electric and hydrogen-powered NEXO, but nothing of the Vision Concept is known at present, except the fact that it will set the pace for the company’s future design language. Fluidic Sculpture 3.0, anyone?

According to the company’s press website, “all future Hyundai models will be based on a new theme, which will harmonise the key design elements proportions, architecture, styling and technology. The principle is to integrate the brand’s sporty and distinctive design heritage to create progressive-looking cars that defy the design boundaries between form and function. The concept is captured in a distinctive new look and feel for the brand.”

“The line-up at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show underlines Hyundai’s pioneering spirit in future mobility and showcases the fact that Hyundai is leading the industry’s transformation. With the Kona Electric and the NEXO, we show that zero-emission mobility is ready for the mass market. And our new concept car shows what future models will look like, again emphasising the future driven spirit and unconventional thinking of our brand,” said Thomas A. Schmid, CEO of Hyundai Motor Europe.

Besides the ambiguity, Hyundai will be displaying the i10, i20, i30 and Special Edition Tucson models. Also, there will be a range of “GO!” Special Edition cars that are finished in the exclusive Champions Blue exterior colour to go with this year’s FIFA World Cup. Hyundai will be Russia’s official partner for the championship.