Hyundai: Genesis Premium on 2040-cars
Warsaw, Virginia, United States
Automatic with manual Paddle Shifters. 53,000 miles. Car works perfectly with no issues to my knowledge. I am the second owner. Fresh inspection sticker Still has 7,000 mile left on bumper to bumper warranty & 47,000 left on power train Has a few mods but ALL STOCK PARTS ARE INCLUDED including the original rims but excluding the original hood: Carbon Fiber hood The inside of the headlights & tail lights are painted. The fronts have halos in them & the rears have leds in the audi styleISC Coilers ($1000)ARK Exhaust ($1600)After Market Rims ($600)Remote Start ($200)AEM cold air Intake ($200)Synapse BOV ($300)After market grillHID HeadlightsHalos in the were done by FlyRyde I also have a BTR stage 2 tuned ECU with a downpipe and colder spark plugs that i can throw in for $700 The premium edition includes: Leather interior Touch screen with navigationPower everything Push to start with keyless entryBack up SensorsSunroof Car is in great condition without any dents. A lot of time has been put into it and Im sure youll love driving her. Has clean title with no accidents & an autocheck to show.
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Hyundai to launch European performance sub-brandTue, 15 Oct 2013
Hyundai has quickly emerged from the sidelines as one of the biggest players in the industry, outselling rivals left, right and center. Still, a dedicated performance division is still something that separates it from the big boys. Now, according to the latest reports, that's just what it's getting.
After setting up its own Nürburgring test center and gearing up to launch its assault on the World Rally Championship, the next step in the ramping up of Hyundai's performance credentials - in Europe, especially - will reportedly be to set up its own performance division along the lines of what Nissan has done with Nismo.
The first product in Hyundai's new European performance portfolio is expected to be a version of the next i20 hatchback that's set to launch in 2015. That in turn will be used as the basis for the company's next WRC challenger, to replace the upcoming model, pictured above undergoing testing. After that it's anyone's guess, but performance versions of the Veloster, Genesis Coupe and Elantra could be in the cards.
Hyundai twin-charged 1.8L GDCI gas engine expected to be more efficient than 2.0L dieselFri, 15 Nov 2013
Despite the growing trend of automakers offering diesel-powered or electrified powertrains, there's still a whole lot that can be done with the good-old gasoline internal combustion engine. And at Hyundai, that's exactly what's being worked on - new gasoline engine technologies that improve both performance and efficiency. During an event at the automaker's technical center in Superior Township, MI on Friday, Hyundai gave Autoblog a glimpse into the future, offering up preliminary details on its new GDCI (Gasoline Direct-Injection Compression) engine - something that will be heading to production soon.
Hyundai's main goal with this GDCI engine is to "achieve diesel levels of fuel efficiency with conventional gasoline," according to Nayan Engineer (yes, his last name is Engineer), one of Hyundai's powertrain gurus. What's more, Engineer says the GDCI engine will offer "equal to better performance than conventional gasoline engines" and will have a "lower system cost [than] diesel engines."
Hyundai expects a 1.8-liter GDCI engine to be more efficient than a comparable 2.0-liter diesel engine with similar performance.
Hyundai, Kia and U of M studying 'highway hypnosis'Wed, 28 Aug 2013
Next up on the hot-button list of things that can kill you behind the wheel: "highway hypnosis." That's the zombie-like, autopilot phase you get into on a long highway drive when there isn't much to distract you, like curves or traffic. Digging further into what it is and how to combat it, Hyundai-Kia engineers and the University of Michigan are commencing a study that will measure brainwave activity in order to track the body's slide into highway hypnosis.
We're not sure how much overlap this has with Mercedes-Benz's Attention Assist, which tracks more than 70 in-car parameters to determine when you're not focused on the road anymore. That system is billed as an alarm against fatigue, in our experience it does more than that - if you use your phone while driving, for instance, it will chirp.
They don't know what form a warning system will take yet, but Hyundai-Kia plans to develop a method for warning drivers when they being to zone out. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were more than three thousand deaths and nearly 400,000 injuries due to distracted driving in 2011.