The All-New 2013 Hyundai i40

2013 Hyundai i40 The All New 2013 Hyundai i40

2013 Hyundai i40 The All New 2013 Hyundai i40

Hyundai launched the newest model of the D-category, i40, at the 2011 version of the Barcelona Motor Show. This unveiling of the Sedan comes after the i40 Wagon was unwrapped at the Geneva Motor Show in March of the same year.

This new sedan can be identified as purely European since it has been conceived of, designed and manufactured in Russelsheim of Germany where the European R&D headquarters of Hyundai is located. The company has recently taken out a new slogan saying ‘New Thinking. New Possibilities.’ This, presumably, is to lure the next-gen customers to its cars. The i-40 sedan is the latest vehicle to be launched under this tagline.

This automobile has gone on to the retailers in the last quarter of the last year. The car is long at 4.74 metres and comes with Hyundai’s famous, best-in-the-industry package of Five Year Triple Care customer service. This deal is completely see-through without any “Conditions Applied”. This package is actually great as it covers unlimited warranty, vehicle health checks and roadside assistance for five years after it is bought! Such great customer care has consistently attracted European buyers to the company.

The Senior Vice President of Hyundai Motor Europe, Alan Rushforth, nicely summed up the whole thing by saying, “The reveal of the sedan represents the next step of the i40′s introduction to the European market, following the very positive reception for the i40 wagon. The Hyundai i40 sedan shares the same qualities found in the wagon, including outstanding levels of fuel-efficiency, comfort, and quality, and broadens the appeal of the i40 to buyers in the D-segment… The launch of i40 will help us reach 3% market share by the end of 2011.”

The design of the car is nature-inspired testified by the “fluidic sculpture” and flowing lines. The spacious and comfortable car will come with options for four Euro V-compliant engines, two of which will be petrol and the remaining two, diesel.


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