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The most interesting fact about the 2015 Genesis is that it’s the most technologically advanced and fully-equipped Hyundai model available in the European market. For the first lucky customers in Europe, Hyundai will be offering the new Genesis in only one specification. Powering the European model of the 2015 Genesis is a 3.8 liter V6 GDI engine and works in tandem with
Posted on March 26, 2014 by kevin-brightIn the past couple of months we have seen a variety of spy shots, teasers and undisguised pictures of the next generation Sonata. Bringing an end to the speculations and curiosity, Hyundai has officially unveiled the all new 2015 Hyundai Sonata in South Korea. Be it the looks or the technological features, the new Sonata is hugely evolved over its predecessor and wears Hyundai’s improved Fluidic Sculpture design philosophy. The new Sonata is a significant departure from the previous generation model and comes with loads of technologies developed first for the new generation Genesis.
It is based on a modified version of the Hyundai Motor platform which now offers even more dynamism. Thanks to the upgraded platform, the car has 35 percent more bending strength and 41 percent greater torsional strength compared to the old Sonata. Proportions wise, the new generation Sonata is only 30 mm wider and 35 mm longer than the
Posted on March 10, 2014 by kevin-brightLately, Hyundai has been sincerely working towards developing cars specifically for the European market, and that too for young generation. In an attempt to show the company’s potential, Hyundai has unveiled its latest concept car at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Named Hyundai PassoCorto, it is an ultra lightweight sports car concept that will be aimed at Generation Y consumers. The design of the sports car concept was created by students at the renowned Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) in Turin, Italy.
Sixteen students pursuing Transportation Design masters’ course at IED were asked to design the car that they would like to buy and drive and the result is the PassoCorto. The name of the car is an Italian word which means ‘short wheelbase’. Although not much has been disclosed about the car by Hyundai, the manufacturer did tell us a couple of facts though. The PassoCorto features a lightweight
Posted on February 25, 2014 by kevin-brightIn an attempt to draw maximum attention of the visitors at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Hyundai is going to unveil an interesting concept car. Named Hyundai Intrado, the car takes a fresh approach at concept vehicles and looks futuristic enough. More than just a concept, the Intrado is Hyundai’s vision of what the future cars should be like. To be unveiled at Geneva, the Intrado is an example of future mobility, cars that would be easy to use, intuitive in nature, and adapt according to the user’s lifestyle.
As for the name of the Intrado concept, it comes from the underside of an aircraft’s wing. The exterior of the Intrado is in line with Hyundai’s fluidic sculpture design language, which exists on most of the new generation vehicles. The appeal of the concept is accentuated by a unique shape featuring minimal detailing. Hyundai has ensured that the concept is
Posted on January 14, 2014 by kevin-brightToday, Hyundai has launched the all new 2015 Genesis at the 2014 Detroit Motor Show a.k.a North American International Auto Show. The Genesis model has down wonders for the brand in major markets when it was launched back in 2009, and it was no surprise when Hyundai announced the second generation Genesis. The 2015 Genesis is even more equipped than the first generation Genesis and features an array standard safety features, Hyundai HTRAC all wheel drive system, and other minor updates. “Hyundai is proud to bring our next-generation Genesis sedan to eager U.S.
consumers in just a few short months,” said Mike O’Brien, vice president of corporate and product planning, Hyundai Motor America. “Market expectations for the new Genesis are understandably high, and we’re confident the Genesis’ combination of superb dynamics, bold design, class-leading safety and driver-focused technologies will exceed those expectations by a large margin.” The new generation Genesis
Posted on October 10, 2013 by kevin-brightSpecialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA), which is held in Las Vegas, is one of the most interesting exhibitions of automobiles and each year visitors get to see products that are ahead of their times in terms of creativity and innovation. For a couple of years now, ARK Performance has been a core Hyundai SEMA partner and every year, the duo together, bring something new and refreshingly powerful. Adding to their successful SEMA legacy, for the 2013 show, Hyundai and ARK Performance have developed a new Legato Concept based on the Genesis Coupe.
The name Legato is an Italian musical term which means ‘tied together’ and in context of the new concept it conveys the seamless integration of a futuristic design, tuned performance and luxury coupe interior ambience. On the exterior, while retaining the original design identity, ARK has taken the production Genesis coupe to a level where it becomes more
Posted on January 15, 2013 by carexpo2012On January 14th in the press preview day one, Hyundai boldly released one of their premium concept model – the HCD-14 Genesis Concept – at the NAIAS[North American International Auto Show] 2013 in Detroit, Michigan. Launching the premium 4-door coupe in the rear-wheel segment, has a perfect combination of high precision fluidic design, enhance driving dynamics, great power and advanced technology of the future vehicle. The president and CEO of Hyundai Motor America, John Krafcik expressed the industry future directions in its own way by saying – “HCD-14 Genesis gives a hint of the design direction we’ll be taking, and an indication of the focus we’re placing on driving dynamics and technology.”.
If we look at the design of HCD-14 Genesis, it depicts the liquid-metal high fluidic design approach with elementary design surface like of gemstone. On the exterior body, the front body with metal grille finish has a deep
Posted on January 7, 2013 by carexpo2012Hyundai which is one of the famous Automobile Company in United States, has just announced that they are going to showcase a new concept car – the Hyundai HCD-14 concept, at the North American International Auto Show [NAIAS] in Detroit at 3 pm EST, on January, 14th 2013. As Hyundai is quite confident on their HCD-14 concept debut at NAIAS by saying that the auto world will glimpse the future design of Hyundai premium vehicle. With launch of this concept vehicle, Hyundai will introduce the advanced technology of 3-D gesture based controls in a premium car segment and on looking at the available teaser photo by Hyundai, the aerodynamic shape and curves on the upper part of side body and the slopping roof-line is quite eye-catching.
As per Hyundai, HCD-14 concept has spirited driving dynamics to make the travel more comfortable and safe. The North America’s biggest and most popular Automobile Show – the North American International Auto
Posted on July 5, 2012 by carexpo2012Sports Coupe Engine : The 2013 sports coupe of Hyundai, Elantra has two sports variant the Elantra Coupe GS and Elantra Coupe SE, both has 1.8 Liters, 4-cylinder 1797-cc Engine of 16-valve with Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing(D-CVVT), capable of generating a horsepower of 148 in Elantra Coupe GS at 6500 RPM and a horsepower of 145 in Elantra Coupe SE at 6300 RPM. The Engine with multi-point fuel injection, produces a torque of 131 lb.-feet at 4700 RPM in Elantra Coupe GS and a torque of 130 at 4700 RPM in Elantra Coupe SE.
The front wheel drive Elantra Sports Coupe is available with the standard feature of 6 speed manual transmission and an optional feature of 6 speed automatic transmission system with Active Eco system and SHIFTRONIC in both sports variants of Elantra. Sports Coupe Performance: By making the good combination of power and comfort, the Elantra Sports
Posted on March 1, 2012 by carexpoHyundai i-oniq concept is a 4 seater coupe showcase an evolution of the brand’s controversial fluidic sculpture design. It is coordinate via a generator to a lithium ion electric motor that makes about 107 hp. Hyundai i-oniq concept features assembled & fitted with penthouse roof, and a wide array of LED lights. It speed up to 74 miles in all-electric mode, where as running on both electricity & gas, it can range of around 40 miles. Hyundai i-oniq concept described the concept’s cabin as roomy and lounge-like, with luxury of musical instruments.
hyundai-i-oniq-concept-back Its generates power from a 1.0-liter 3-cylinder gasoline engine. Hyundai i-oniq concept is built in Eco-friendly drive trains.
Posted on February 28, 2012 by carexpo2012-hyundai-azera Video Preview : 2012 Hyundai AzeraTest Drive & Car Review Hyundai is on a new-product war path. The company’s plan to unveil seven new or significantly redesigned vehicles in just 24 months has officially come to fruition with the introduction of the 2012 Azera. This model is the last in that ambitious push, and as such, it wears plenty of design elements borrowed from those that came before it. It would be difficult to miss the similarities between the sweeping chrome grille and wrapped headlights of the Azera and those found on company’s Sonata.
The design is somewhat more toned down in the new application, and the front fascia actually manages to look more menacing than melted. Details like LED trim work in the headlights and prominent fog lamps also help give the 2012 Azera additional presence up front. Move to the vehicle’s side, and it’s clear the sedan’s
Posted on February 23, 2012 by carexpo2013-Hyundai-Genesis-Coupe It’s difficult to miss the changes to the nose of the Genesis Coupe. Designers slathered elements of the familial Fluidic Design language all over the front valance, complete with a hexagonal grille, aggressive HID headlamps with available LED daytime running lights, new fog lights and even a new hood with faux air inlets. The new face has more than a passing resemblance to the gaping maw found on the Veloster. While the Genesis Coupe’s profile has remained unchanged, new 18- and 19-inch wheel designs are now available.
Likewise, the aft of the Coupe will be plenty familiar to the model’s fans, though brilliant new LED taillamp displays help give the model a significantly more upscale look. We know the styling isn’t going to garner many wolf whistles in traffic, but from where we sit, this design is a much-needed departure from the somewhat generic lines of the first-generation model.
Posted on February 18, 2012 by carexpoHyundai-Veloster-2012 We’re taught never to judge a book by its cover, but you can understand a lot about the Veloster just from its appearance: quirky, cool and not like anything else you’ll get in the segment. Of course, all Veloster design dissections start with that trick third door – a neatly integrated, front-hinged rear door on the passenger side. Those with a trained eye will notice it straight away, but to my friends who had never heard of the Veloster, showing off that third door was always met with reactions of, “Woah, cool.” Styling aside, the functional benefits are truly welcomed during grocery runs and when you need to throw an extra person or two in the back seats.
Checkout the Test & Review Video of Hyundai Veloster 2012 Would we like a fourth door on the driver’s side? Probably. But then the Veloster wouldn’t be as unique. Would we