Hyundai Motor Co. had its world-premier of the all-new Hyundai Avante compact Sports sedan, the company's best-selling model worldwide, at the 2010 Busan International Motor Show. The fresh 2011 new Hyundai Avante, badged because Hyundai Elantra in commercialises largest Korea comes on Hyundai’s latest 1.6L Gamma gas Direct Injection locomotive and a 6-speed automatic drive to the front-wheel drive compact, the 1st time GDI and six-speed automatic rifle have been boasted on a contract sedan in Korea.
The fresh Avante delivers a peak end product of 140ps and level best torque of 17.0kg-m. They are also almost 10 percent a lot fuel efficient than thems closest challengers, cheers to GDI, the six accelerate automatic and additional fuel economy sweetenings.The fresh Hyundai Avante will enchant and surprise on a raft of additional advanced characteristics not found on additional compacts, admitting HID (High Intensity Discharge) headlights, LED compounding lamps in the back, heated back end seats, puddle lamps and a color in TFT LCD entropy display nestled in the caliber cluster.
"The new Hyundai Avante encompasses Hyundai's latest ambitions, featuring the best styling and performance in its class," Steve S. Yang, President & CEO of Hyundai's Global Business Division, said at the Busan Exhibition and Convention Center (BEXCO) today. "We're confident that it will once again redefine the compact segment worldwide."
With sportier and even more elegant lines than its predecessor, the new Hyundai Avante - badged as Elantra in markets outside Korea - continues Hyundai's 'fluidic sculpture' design philosophy.
Hyundai has applied its latest 1.6L Gamma Gasoline Direct Injection engine and a 6-speed automatic transmission to the front-wheel drive compact, the first time GDI and six-speed automatic have been featured on a compact sedan in Korea. The new Avante delivers a peak output of 140ps and maximum torque of 17.0kg•m. It is also about 10 percent more fuel efficient than its closest competitors, thanks to GDI, the six speed automatic and other fuel economy enhancements.
The new Hyundai Avante will delight and surprise with a raft of other advanced features not found on other compacts, including HID (High Intensity Discharge) headlamps, LED combination lamps in the rear, heated rear seats, puddle lamps and a color TFT LCD information display nestled in the gauge cluster.
Under the Avante/Elantra badge, Hyundai has sold over 6 million units worldwide since the car's launch in 1990. Hyundai will begin sales of the all-new Hyundai Avante in the second half of 2010 in Korea.