Hyundai’s latest model, while not much different from previous models in terms of appearance, adds a punching machine in the interior.
According to the developer, there are two powertrains to choose from: a hybrid powertrain and a plug-in hybrid system.
The traditional hybrid powertrain, known internally as the Smartstream engine, is also the basis of the plug-in hybrid powertrain. Whichever powertrain you choose, you’ll have a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine and a six-speed automatic transmission.
The conventional hybrid powertrain will have a 1.49kwh lithium-ion battery, which will provide 59 horsepower. You can also choose whether it’s front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.
The plug-in hybrid powertrain has a 13.8kwh battery, which provides 261 horsepower for the vehicle.
Overall, the new model is changing its fuel efficiency.
But all of those details are for the European version, and the U.S. version is not yet available. He won’t be pairing the diesel engine with an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission.
The European version will go on sale in Europe this fall, and those who like it in the U.S. can also keep an eye on it.
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