Most car brands in Australia understand the unique demands that our diverse and isolated roads place on globally-developed products.
Hyundai’s point of difference compared to a number of rivals comes from its supportive parent in Korea. As we have written about extensively, Hyundai Australia (HMCA) has its very own team of engineers and testers tasked with bespoke localised tunes to make sure they're very different from their home-market cousins.
This means Hyundai products in Australia are better suited to conditions faced here, not Germany or Japan as with some rivals. But what does the process actually entail? It’s a question put to us recently by CarAdvice reader Rob.