Saturday, July 11, 2009

Hyundai Coupe: new shape 2011

The new car which will replace model Tiburon in a ruler of manufacturer Hyundai, it Coupe in Europe and also Tuscani in South Korea, will appear on sale in 2011. Some information on this South Korean novelty became known from conversation with journalists of the head of American division Hyundai of John Krafchik.

Hyundai i40c — such name will be received by the follower of model Coupe. The novelty will be the front-wheel car which will divide a platform with Elantra and Accent. In respect of appearance the updated coupe almost completely will repeat design conceptual Hyundai HND3 Veloster which has been presented for the first time to 2007 on a motor show in Seoul. Thus, as John Krafchik has noted, the car will receive some unique elements of external design. In comparison with present generation Coupe the novelty will be hardly less in outline dimensions, however will keep the four-seater landing formula.

Under a cowl of new model the motor-car manufacturer will establish the four-cylinder petrol unit in volume of 1,6 l and capacity of 140 h.p. will equip the Engine with system of direct injection of fuel thanks to what fuel consumption will average no more than 5,8 l on 100 km of a way.

According to representatives Hyundai, novelty cost will be below the price for nowadays existing generation Coupe. «We position the new model as the representative of a class of harmless sports cars, thus we want that it was effective in respect of fuel economy and had the special appearance», — so John Krafchik spoke earlier.


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