Hyundai Grandeur Get A New Shape For 2017

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South Korean automaker Hyundai in late October 2016 in Seoul, held a closed presentation of the front-wheel drive Grandeur sedan of the 6th generation, a public premiere of which is scheduled for November of the same year as part of an international show in Los Angeles. Four-door, heading the model line of the brand (the flagship role went to her after the appearance of a separate luxury brand Genesis), improved in all directions, from the exterior to the technology, and added to the premium.

All-new Design

The sixth generation Hyundai Grandeur retained the proportions of the previous model, but it got a more aggressive, aristocratic and refined look. The design of the front-end with the cold-blooded gaze of the lighting equipment and the four-door trapezoidal radiator grille reminds the Genesis G90, which adds to its solidity, and from the stern shows solid outlines with a proprietary “lintel” between the lights and figured nozzles of the exhaust system in the bumper. Positive emotions are caused by the solid silhouette of the car, and its dynamism is extolled by a long hood, sloping outlines of the roof and nices waves on the sides.

The overall dimensions of the Grandeur of the sixth generation have not yet been announced, but it is expected that in almost all directions the car will surpass its predecessor and will continue to be a full member of the E-class in accordance with European rules.

Even More Luxurious

The interior of the Hyundai Grandeur of the 2017 model year impresses with its exquisite design and abundant leather cover. The main focus of the inside of the sedan is on the tablet of the multimedia system installed with the latest fashion with a dashing curve of the frame, with which stylish analog watches coexist. In the lower part of the center console, the reference radio and climate control blocks settled, and behind the multifunctional four-spoke steering wheel there was a classic combination of instruments with dials and an onboard computer display between them.

Interior of the car provides riders with perfectly profiled seats and a sufficient supply of free space in front and behind. In the zone of the rear passenger’s reach there are buttons for folding the right front seat so that the car can be used as a representative sedan of the lower level. How capacious and convenient will be the cargo compartment Hyundai Grandeur sixth generation – the South Korean company has not yet been reported. But the trunk of the four-door is definitely not inferior to the consumer qualities of the trunk of the previous model.

Technical Features

The new Hyundai Grandeur get the same platform as the new Kia Cadenza/K7 and boasts a longitudinally based powerplant and abundant application of high-strength steel in the body frame. The wheels of both axles are suspended from it by means of independent spring-lever suspensions with lateral stabilizers (most likely, for an additional charge the car will be offered adaptive electronically controlled shock absorbers). Steering system is rack-type with electric power steering and progressive characteristics. On each wheel there are disc brakes (supplemented by ventilation in front) are enclosed with a whole complex of auxiliary electronics (ABS, Brake Assist, EBD, etc.).

Grandeur powertrain options at the moment officially listed as unknown. It is expected that the engine range of the car will be naturally-aspirated gasoline engines with direct fuel injection. It will be separated by a linear 16-valve I4 with GDI technology in displacement of 2.4 liters, developing 190 horsepower and 177 ft-lb of torque, and a 3.3-liter V6 unit with a 24-valve arrangement, the output of which is 290 horsepower and 253 ft-lb of peak torque. In addition, the sedan will be offered and a diesel four-cylinder unit in displacement of 2.2 liters with a turbocharging and Common Rail system, producing 202 HP and 325 ft-lb of available torque. All engines will be installed in conjunction with an 8-speed automatic and front wheel drive.

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