Design is starting to remind me of what a Z car looks like and if that is the direction they're planning to go, it will be exactly what they need to keep up the momentum of interested buyers, taking on the sort of path Nissan did with the 240sx to 350Z and now the 370Z.
Nah, that's too futuristic and outside of the norm for most buyers. They won't risk alienating people so that kettle dumbell steering wheel will most likely be changed out for a more generic shape and that divider in the middle will be gone too. I really don't see the point in that.
But please keep those doors. It looks like it opens outwards and upwards instead of an upward slide.
On a coupe like this all they need to do is come out with a sporty square top and square bottom steering wheel. If you look at what's offered elsewhere in sport coupe segments above what this would be in... you'll see why.
If you merge that with what we can already see in the Nissan 370Z, then I think you can have an accurate picture of how it will look since I already see that going on here. Plus Hyundai isn't really known to come out with super crazy designs.