2009 Hyundai ix-onic Concept


Hyundai shows at the Geneva Motor Show this HED-6 concept car. It is an idea for a new SUV that especially with a view to urban use is developed. The text we know of sister brand Kia that had the same story at the presentation of the Soul. Hyundai HED-6 has been developed in the European headquarters in Rüsselsheim. The team there has been inspired by cultural influences from Berlin, Paris and London. Hyundai also wants all to say that the study design on polished 21-inch wheels and is finished in 'Ice Blue' metallic - a shade that was developed specifically for this car.
Also, the HED-6 highly fashionable LED daytime running lights and is equipped with a direct injected 1.6-liter turbocharged engine. That GDI engine delivers 175 horsepower and we look back in the new generation of Hyundai SUVs. Count but so that we see him back in the new Tucson.
Apart from the concept car at Geneva Hyundai i20 three-door also seen already in the second quarter of this year in the showrooms stat. Is also is there is the i30 Blue. That are more environmentally variant of the i30 is provided with a start-stop-system, and delivers, with its 1.6-liter engine reducing our CO2 emission of 142 to in instead of 152 grams per kilometer. The consumption should go down seven percent this technique. He will be on sale as a hatchback and wagon with the 1.4 - and 1.6-liter gasoline engines. As is also his counterpart Kia Cee'd.


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