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2009-12-14
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The new compact, lightweight A6MF2 features 300 patentable items. It will be used in various front-drive midsize vehicles.
2008-08-01
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The Hyundai brand is not one that would come to mind when the subject is a highly rigid body in a sports sedan for the entry-luxury market. However, the new rear-drive Genesis, Hyundai's first model to compete in that class, was benchmarked against the competition it would be facing and against cars with which it would like to be compared.
2008-06-09
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The Tau V8 engine powering Hyundai’s Genesis sedan is the first in a family of “premium” engines up to 5.5 L.
2011-10-03
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A stylish low-priced coupe with a second door on passenger’s side, it is the first car with Hyundai’s own dual-clutch transmission. It uses the Accent's 1.6-L direct injection engine to hit an EPA-estimated 40 mpg highway with a manual transmission.
2011-12-16
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Researchers from Hyundai-Kia detail a disc-adapter-integrated hub to which the avoidance of braking heat and thermal radiation is applied. They also reveal that a weight reduction as well as a capacity increase on the front axle are achieved in comparison with the conventional wheel end module.
2012-01-09
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A new direct-injected 3.8-L V6 and a revised 2.0-L turbocharged I4 elevate the 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe's performance while improving its efficiency. The car debuted at the 2012 Detroit show.
2012-02-23
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While the blades need periodic replacement, the wiper system itself is considered one of the most reliable of vehicle devices, with a design life average of 1.5 million wipes. Reliability and motorist safety are key tenets of Hyundai Motor Co., so it comes as no surprise that the windshield wiper has been the focus of considerable attention at the company’s R&D center.
2012-02-14
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How crowded is the "white space" around electrified-vehicle intellectual property? A veteran advanced-engineering expert says it's not as bad as you might think.
2012-04-10
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The long-wheelbase version provides a third seat row and V6 power while the standard-wheelbase model, now called the Sport, employs all four-cylinder engines. Torque vectoring is included on AWD versions of both models.
2012-03-27
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The Hyundai Genesis Coupe is one example, using a cast-iron rotor. An improved carbon-ceramic manufacturing process is sought to increase production and reduce cost. Fixed caliper design provides more uniform lining wear, reduced hysteresis, and better ABS response.
2012-04-27
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Yes, whopper-sized engines are still around, but even engineers admit there is a lot to like about smaller displacement engines.
2012-07-20
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The more powerful engine is the answer to reviewers’ calls for additional performance, with technology similar to the 2.0-L turbo in the Sonata, but developed for the Veloster's 1.6-L engine. An optional matte paint job is unique in its class.
2012-08-23
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A V-beam setup in the rear suspension with integrated stabilizer bar in the Elantra Coupe and GT allows bracing of the arms for greater stiffness and improved body roll control.
2012-05-18
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New Denso system, Hyundai EV project demonstrate efficiencies from separate zones for climate control. A Delphi/General Motors project with a DOE grant evaluates use of thermoelectric modules for spot cooling in front-seat occupant zones.
2012-09-07
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Blue Link data modem transmits onboard diagnostic data to server as soon as vehicle comes off assembly line. Electronic Pre-Delivery Inspection system is in development, post-delivery monitoring requires attention to privacy concerns, and remote reflashing is on “wish list” but poses major challenges.
2009-10-13
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The lineup includes the production Tucson-replacing ix, Elantra LPI Hybrid, and i10 Electric as well as ix-Metro concept.
2011-03-14
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Scratch resistance has been one of the major technical challenges for automotive engineers working with interior parts made of polypropylene (PP) resins or compounds, according to researchers at Hyundai, who have established guidelines to achieve a desirable level in such applications and will present their findings at the SAE World Congress.
2011-07-19
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Although satisfied with 40 mpg highway, an 18% improvement that applies to all models, Hyundai actually expected higher numbers. The new model is longer and larger than its predecessor, fitting into the EPA compact class, and is powered by a 138 hp (103 kW) class-leading four-cylinder.
2010-11-24
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The one-piece casting integrates a four-cylinder exhaust manifold with a twin-scroll turbine housing. The part is fitted on the new Sonata's 2.0-L turbo direct-injection four-cylinder engine.
2011-01-13
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The production Hyundai Veloster purposefully forgoes pure acceleration and aggressive handling in favor of playfulness and utility, while still delivering a driving experience that is “nimble and agile,” according to John Krafcik, President and Chief Executive Officer of Hyundai Motor America.
2011-01-13
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Korea's meteoric OEM reveals its next-generation CUV design language in its latest concept vehicle, while showcasing the new Blue Link telematics system that aims to beat OnStar on features and functionality.
2011-02-25
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The system will use live operators for roadside assistance and emergencies, with cloud data servers for security, maintenance/diagnosis, navigation, weather, and traffic. It will be packaged in Assurance, Essentials, and Guidance menus.
2009-05-01
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When the R-Spec Genesis Coupe goes on sale this fall, the Hyundai sports car won't have a premium audio system, a power sunroof, or several other features. "We had two goals with the R-Spec: weight reduction and cost reduction," said Derek Joyce, Manager of Product Development for Hyundai Motor America.
2009-05-08
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Is it a new car or just a spin-off? The definition gets muddied when a new model is created from building blocks in the architecture of an existing vehicle, when it comes down different assembly lines, and when it serves different markets at different price points.
2009-05-21
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What Hyundai Motor says is the world's first hybrid-electric with a liquefied petroleum injected engine will go on sale in its initial target market of homeland Korea beginning in July. The Elantra LPI HEV uses lithium-ion polymer batteries.
2009-04-16
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Not only does the Nuvis concept get power from Hyundai’s home-grown parallel hybrid propulsion system, but its structure embodies the flowing, hydrodynamic forms that characterize the philosophy at the firm’s design center in Irvine, CA.
2009-07-27
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Toyota recently deployed the Media Oriented System Transport (MOST) network as the infotainment network in its Lexus RX and Prius lines, highlighting a new battle in network design. Ethernet, 1394, and MOST are vying for a slice of the rapidly expanding infotainment market.­
2008-07-09
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In the nearly four decades since the U.S. arrival of the Datsun 240Z, many new sport coupes have claimed to be that car’s modern equivalent, but Hyundai’s Genesis Coupe may finally be the true second coming.
2008-10-13
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Hyundai Motor Co. unveiled an all-new B-segment car at the Paris Motor Show in early October. Designed at Hyundai’s European headquarters in Russelsheim, Germany, for European customers, the i20 replaces the Getz and offers more of everything, according to the company.
2008-12-08
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More than 150 auto-industry watchers, government officials, and academics from South Korea, Japan, and China got together at the end of October in Seoul for a three-day automotive environmental forum held and sponsored by Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group for the first such meeting in Asia.
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