Hyundai showed off their Intrado concept at the Geneva Motor Show today and it is not only a display car for the automaker's next generation fuel cell powertrain. It is also a vision of the evolution of Hyundai's Fluidic Sculpture design philosophy.

Frankly speaking, this is gorgeous. The automaker says in the press release that the Intrado study, "hints at approach to a compact crossover car".

It features an interior that is focused on usability and adaptability and the cabin features radical construction such as seals of opening panels shut directly against the central carbon frame, displaying the carbon fibre whenever the doors, hood or trunk are opened.

The Hyundai Intrado is also powered by a next generation hydrogen fuel cell powertrain that utilizes a 36 kW lithium-ion battery. The panels are made of advanced super lightweight steel from Hyundai motors' steel plant. It is said to enhance crash performance and repair times too.

Check out a couple of videos below along with a gallery of the car at the motor show: