The Hyundai i40 is the first company car segment D that was developed specifically for the European market, with a pack of engines, equipment and technology adapted to European tastes. It will show in Geneva, in the form of goods, and this is the first Hyundai i40 body style was introduced in Europe, with a lounge to follow later this year.
Designed and engineered in R Hyundai and development headquarters in Rüsselsheim, Germany, the i40 is the latest Hyundai model to have a purely European identity. Taking styling cues from the design language of the fluid sculpture of Hyundai, which maintains characteristics of the firm and the hexagonal grid.
The grille is flanked by two jewel-like headlamps, for a contemporary look, trust that is accentuated by the characteristic lines that connect the front and rear, adding to the i40 is striking, sophisticated style.
In line with Hyundai’s commitment to manufacture quality products and features available to all, the Hyundai i40 has a first class level of standard equipment. The specifications are the new technologies for Hyundai, including heated front seats and reclining rear, a heated steering wheel, and an active system of the fog that automatically detects and clears the fog on the windshield.
The concept of “modern premium” is also evident in the choices of efficient propulsion system available to i40 buyers. The Hyundai i40 is the 1.7-liter diesel engine, codenamed ‘UII, broadcast from just 113 g / km of CO2 emissions – a best in class figure also shows the progress of the company is making toward global leadership in eco-technology.
Hyundai i40 2012 Review