hyundai ix35

Written By nyit on Wednesday, April 13, 2011 | 8:56 AM

hyundai ix35 
hyundai ix35

Hyundai ix35

The new ix35 Hyundai 2011 is a sleek crossover with athletic proportions. This car will be pitched as an urban car, rather than an outdoor 4×4. This stylish looking car gets the newest fuel-efficient engines and 6-speed manual and automatic transmissions. The new ix35 represents the evolution of the brand’s exterior and interior design, through the introduction of ‘fluidic sculpture’, an architectural language which will be embodied in upcoming models from Hyundai autos company.
Hyundai ix35 is prepared to step into the shoes of the mighty Hyundai Tucson. The outside styling is based on the ix-onic concept. The 2011 Hyundai ix35 is bigger, muscular and bears a sharper-looking facade and comes with a luxurious interior cabin as part of a move up market. Hyundai has seen the opportunity in the new Hyundai ix35 to fare as a good substitute for their Tucson.

Hyundai ix35

hyundai ix35

The 2011 ix35 Hyundai is improved interior space as compared to Tucson, providing driver and also passengers a lot more comfort and practical solutions. Design in fluid lines give rise to increased aerodynamics, coupled with sophisticated powertrain technology allowing ix35 model to provide increased efficiency in gas consumption and reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
Its body shell structure is designed to the very highest standards of safety. Western European customers is going to be provided a choice of two thrifty and clean-burning petrol engines: the Theta-II 2. rated at 166ps and 20.1kg.m of torque which emits just 178g/km (2WD MT) of CO2 and the Gamma 1.6 GDI delivering 140ps and 17kg.m of torque, offered from November 2010, which delivers only 158g/km of CO2. This 1.6 GDI engine will be available with ISG stop-start technology, further reducing CO2 to just 149 g/km.

Hyundai ix35

hyundai ix35

In European countries for diesel engine editions is obtainable in 2 options: the R 2. and the U-II 1.7, which will be offered by November 2010. The R 2. will come in a choice of two outputs: high (184ps/40kg.m) and low (136ps/32kg.m) producing CO2 emissions of just 165g/km (2WD MT) and 158g/km (4WD MT), respectively. The U-II may have a rated output of 115ps with 26.0kg.m and will have class-leading CO2 emissions of just 149 g/km (2WD MT) when equipped with ISG. To achieve Euro-5 emission compliance, the R is fitted with a close-coupled diesel particulate filter and highly efficient exhaust gas recirculation with by-pass valve. Six-speed manuals are standard with both diesels while the R will feature the option of a six-speed automatic. Hyundai’s all-new six-speed automatic transaxle assists the company meet its goals of improving fuel efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions. Shifts are silky-smooth with an option of sporty-type, manual shifting through the Shiftronic which is also new to the Hyundai ix35.
In addition to the new fuel-efficient engines and transmissions, the 2011 ix35 Hyundai features other innovations which contribute to lower operational costs. Nestled between the speedometer and tachometer, the “ECO” coach is a new feature designed to promote fuel-saving driving habits. In the manual transmission version, an icon on the LCD trip-ometer screen begins to flash when the optimum gear shift point is reached. The automatic uses an “ECO” icon backlit by LEDs with either the red, white or green LED lighting up in accordance with driving behavior. Fuel savings in the range of 15 to 17 percent are attainable with the automatic “ECO” coach and 7 to 9 percent with the manual.
hyundai ix35

hyundai ix35

hyundai ix35

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