Hyundai HB20 (2013)


 

Car Barn Sport | Hyundai HB20 (2013) | The Hyundai HB20 is a compact and efficient poised to become a benchmark in style with its flowing lines, excellent workmanship and quality of assembly will be. Based on the philosophy of Hyundai fluid sculpture design, external data HB20 to accentuate the lines of the modern sport sedan. The Hyundai HB20 interior stands out from the competition by its modernity, refinement, comfort and convenience. The HB20 Hyundai is equipped with three engines: 1.0L and 1.6L with manual transmission and 1.6 with automatic transmission.


Of the vehicle, manual 5-speed gearbox is precise and perfect switch for comfort and rapid response. The model has three-cylinder 1.0L and gains in power due to reduced friction and increased energy efficiency, resulting in lower fuel consumption, reduced emissions and lower maintenance costs.


The HB20 Hyundai is equipped with a continuously variable valve timing (CVVT) that optimizes the air-fuel mixture both at low and high speeds, leading to improved performance and fuel consumption. The factory covers Piracicaba 1,390,000 square meters of land, of which 69,000 square meters will consist of provisions. The plant is the production base abroad Hyundai seventh outside of South Korea, after Turkey, India, China, the United States, Czech Republic and Russia.
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2 comments:

  1. The fluid design of the HB20 hit the spot on the Brazilian market, and became one of the top selling cars. Who would not want a car that as practical and economical as can be? It may not be as fast, but the striking and sporty look is superb – perfect for driving slowly around the city.


    Carry Demaggio

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  2. Since I drive slow in the city, I think this car fits me. :) Please don’t get me wrong; I just feel running slow so that I could enjoy the place I am visiting. Isn’t it good to do so? Anyway, this car has very splendid features that every owner will love. I know it’s good in red, but if I were to be its owner, I’ll coat it with a dashing paint of blue. :)

    -- Erwin Calverley

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