• http://navelcontemplation.blogspot.com Supercujo

    This is going to sell its little box off…

  • Joober

    1.6ltr = 130kw???? Surely this is turbo or one high compression block?

  • FrugalOne

    Joober^^^^

    Its got this high output because its a hybrid, petrol and battery/electric working together.

    If they can keep the same price as now, sell a 2WD they will sell zillions of them.

    Here in 2010, no stoping Hyundai/Kia group!

    Cheers

    F-0

  • Shak

    with the Hyundai/Kia group succeeding in so many classes, we have to make way for their awesome new products. This is just another brilliant product from the Korean powerhouse.

  • Jake02

    I do like this, it’ll different in a good way (like the current one is different in a bad way).

    Any word on the ix55/Veracruz making its way down here?

  • http://carz.com/ Carz

    Hyundai is definitely improving, may it be in looks or performance. Another good thing is it offers fuel economy cars that many would pick over other brands due to economic crisis. Give this Hyundai/Kia Group another year or two and they will be out there competing with other leading car brands.

  • Paul

    Looks fantastic, but can we have diesel rather than the hybrid, and not 4WD? That would be worth waiting for over the i30cw …

  • HAL

    All these comments on how it looks fantastic. How can you tell – you can’t see it.

  • Shak

    Hal we mean the shape and profile.

  • Paul

    Well the concept car looked fantastic!

  • mad max

    IMO it looks like an I30 on stilts.

  • AB

    Hyundai seem to be following the BMW way of naming their models!

  • FrugalOne

    Out of all the brands, KIA/HYUNDAI products are the most similar.

    Under that is also the Kia Sportage waiting to get out!

    New “R” spec. H/K group diesel and 6-speed-auto that they have just produced are amazing, beats the euros and jappers at their own game!!

    The LPG/Hybrid is also genius at work.

    Well done H/K Group, keep the innovations coming!

    Cheers

    F-0

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