A new Hyundai is making its way to the market. The South Korean market!
Hyundai Veloster comes in a turbo, three-door hatchback version. More powerful, beautiful and impressive. No wonder, since it has a turbo 1.6 liter GDi engine capable of generating 204 horsepower and peak torque of 27 kilogram-meters.
And the outside doesn’t disappoint either: hexagonal front grille, 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights and taillights and manual or automatic transmission.
According to a Hyundai Motor official member “The Veloster Turbo is an upgrade to match customer demand for a higher performance model. The new 1.6-liter T-GDi four-cylinder engine features a high-compression, twin-scroll turbocharger that brings much more fun to curvy roads.”
What do you think about it?
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The 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe exposes its new aggressiveness without too much worries at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show. At first glance you don’t seem to figure out why, but when you look under the hood you can definitely see the difference.
Genesis offers us two possibilities: a 3.8 liter V6, that generates up to 348 horsepower and 296 pound-feet of torque and the 2.0T model which keeps the race tight with a high number of 274 horsepower and 275 lb-ft of torque.
Both these models preserve their six-speed manuals, but add to the chart a Hyundai-developed eight-speed with paddle-shifters that act as the automatic option. Unfortunately, this does not mean that the fuel consumption goes lower than a digit.
As I was saying at the beginning, aggressive doesn’t go without a fabulous look and some additional features. So the producers thought: why not throw in 7 new colors and some hues? And they did.
That and a steering rack, front strut adjustment and a Hyundai BlueLink telematics system.
A lot of great news. Keep up the good work Hyundai!
We have managed to put our hands on the latest pictures of the 2013 Hyundai Veloster. Thanks to the 2012 Detroit Auto Show we can now admire Hyundai Veloster in all its beauty.
With remarkably updates concerning the engine, Veloster has jumped from 138 hp and just 123 lb-ft of torque to an impressive number of 201 hp at 6000 rpm and a significant 195 lb-ft of torque at just 1750 rpm. But all this power needs an extra weight to carry it, so we can also talk about Veloster getting a little fatter: 2,800 lbs. Don’t worry, it fits perfectly!
In what concerns the transmission field, we have a six-speed manual and six-speed dual-clutch automatic, available for better management.
And last but not least, its looks have been made sportier with the help of 18-inch wheels, Turbo-exclusive LED daytime running lights and the first matte paint offered by Hyundai: Matte Gray.
What do you think?
It has been a good year for Hyundai and apparently the glow continues to sparkle.
Rumor has it that Hyundai i30 might become a real competitor for Volkswagen Golf by adding extra power and speed. Although the doors are closed and no one says anything, the three-door hatchback i30 is supposed to make its debut in Europe at the end of 2012 and go on sale in 2013.
However, production will being in Germany and will get a little “groovier” with beefier brakes, tuned suspension and interior upgrades. You can’t have an extra of 200 HP without this!
We can only hope for the best and wish them success in their work. This way we can all enjoy this sportier Hyundai!
Thanks to the RPM9.com site we are now able to admire an awesome series of pictures with the 2012 Hyundai i30. And believe me, it is worth your while.
The amazing C-segment brought by Hyundai includes a brilliant “Fluidic Sculpture” design and two types of engines: GDi and CRDi. On the Korean market, the i30 is available in a 1.6 Gasoline direct injection version that can reach up to 140 horsepower and a 1.6 CRDi diesel version which can generate up to 128 horsepower.
The Europeans on the other hand, will meet the new i30 in a basic petrol and diesel engines (1.4 CVVt – 109 hp and 1.6 CRDi – 90 hp).
Enjoy the photos!
Source: www. thekoreancarblog.com
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