This Automaker Went Absolutely Wild And Recreated The Tron World With Its Wheels


It's the coolest thing we've ever seen from the brand.

Hyundai is not known for making exciting or interesting cars. Sure, it has its N division and it brings some cool cars to SEMA, but eye-catching features for the average person? Not really…until now. Hyundai decided to showcase its HTRAC all-wheel drive system in the coolest way ever. It attached LED lights onto each wheel of a Genesis sedan to show how the power is distributed to all four wheels in any condition. The lights glow differently according to how the wheels interact with the road.

Honestly, you HAVE to check this video out. Words don’t do this video any justice. It's that damn cool.

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