Remember the post in which Hyundai Elantra was built to face the zombie apocalypse?
Well, they have managed to be complete the work in a useful time, so together with their partner Design Craft, they have created the Elantra Coupe Zombie Survival Machine (ECZSM).
And the timing could not be better since the Comic-Con begins in San Diego, California. You will find this baby in the Future US booth, next to the owner’s manual, where you are free to teak as many pictures with as you want, dress in a zombie costume and practice your skills.
However, you are not allowed to take it for a spin. Well, I think you can imagine why.
Hyundai Super Bowl Commercial Anachronistic is Online [Video]
The Hyundai Super Bowl Ad 2011 dubbed Anachronistic is now available online. You can watch the video below. This Hyundai Super Bowl Ad promotes the new 2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. This Hyundai Super… Read more on I4U
2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Super Bowl Video
Hyundai Elantra adds touch of luxury
share: digg facebook twitter Hyundai has become perhaps the most surprising carmaker in the U.S. market with its steady stream of noteworthy new products, led by the startlingly beautiful and well-equipped Sonata sedan that debuted last year, garnering a trunk full of awards. The car comes with a new 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and an available six-speed automatic transmission that give it … Continue reading Hyundai Super Bowl Commercial Anachronistic is Online [Video]→
What have I told you about the Geneva Motor Show? It keeps going and going.
Now the Hyundai i30 Estate is the hottie of the Korean cars which are going to appear at the Geneva Show and there is no wonder that compared to the normal lineup, this is a remarkable update.
Starting from the engines, it has 3 gas and 3 diesel with a ranging that can get to 133 hp.All this power should only be supported by an appropriate body, so the producers also added 10 mm to it. Therefore we have the perfect wagon, with a fluidic sculpture and a similar design to the Hyundai family. A new element would be the rear window that wraps around the D-pillar to decrease blind spots.
For now, this is all we know, but we are looking forward to hearing more about the new Hyundai look that is going to drive us crazy.
Hyundai has definitely started its year with excellent reviews. Recently it has been declared the 2012 Canadian Car of the Year (CCOTY) by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC).
After undergoing certain tests, the top three finalists were Hyundai Elantra, Hyundai Accent and Kia Optima, but number one was taken by the beautiful Elantra. The same model that won the title of North American Car of the Year, last January in Detroit.
And, in addition to this, Hyundai won 3 out of the 11 awards that were given for the “Best New” categories.
No wonder their CEO is more than proud about their success: “The all-new Elantra was simply the single most important new vehicle that Hyundai has ever launched,” (Steve Kelleher, President and CEO, Hyundai Auto Canada).
We can only wish them good luck and to bring home many prizes!
The actual 2012 Hyundai Elantra is actually a compact automobile alongside handsome styling and even nice lines. It has excellent interior space and standard safety equipment.
The particular active generation Elantra may seat up to five not to mention has extremely accommodating trunk space. Couple trim degrees are generally offered: GLS as well as Limited. Both employ a 148-hp, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine. A six-speed manual transmission is actually standard found on the GLS trim, while a six-speed automatic alongside Shifttronic typically is standard found on the Limited trim and also on the market found on the GLS. Continue reading 2012 Hyundai Elantra Review→