How To Make A Hyundai Creta

Posted by on 01 May 2020 under Creta, General, Hyundai

2020 Hyundai Creta

How The 2020 Hyundai Creta Is Made

Start with a sheet of cookie dough. Roll it out. Take various cookie cutters and cut out circles, stars, triangles. Coat with sprinkles and bake. Now you have a tray of cookies. That is exactly how Hyundai makes Creta SUVs. Maybe with a few more steps and not with dough.

The brand new Hyundai plant in Chennai opened this year and they will be making the whole Creta there, except for two of the three engine options.

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Hyundai’s Fascinating Research Into Driving Styles

Posted by on 06 Jan 2020 under Hyundai, Hyundai News

Person Driving

Hyundai Research The Way We Drive

What is your driving style? You may think you know, but you are most likely wrong. The reason for this is that Hyundai has done the research and found there are 36 750 ways to drive. So, what is your driving style?

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Hyundai Launches a New, Europe-spec i10 in Frankfurt

Posted by on 09 Nov 2019 under Atos, Grand i10, Hyundai, New Car Launches

Hyundai Europe-spec i10

Hyundai Europe-spec i10

The i-series put Hyundai on the map, a dealer in Paarden Eiland told me a couple of years ago. The i30, -20 and of course the i10 formed a formidable series of nice-to-drive, good-to-look-at, well-priced, full-feature passenger cars. Bigger, middle and smaller.

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Vest Exoskeleton Could Revolutionise The Industry

Posted by on 27 Oct 2019 under Hyundai, Hyundai News

Hyundai Exoskeleton

Hyundai’s Vest Exoskeleton

Developments within the robotics sector have been in the headlines for some time and now, Hyundai has joined the fray with their spring-loaded Vest Exoskeleton (VEX). This wearable robot could revolutionise the automotive industry helping reduce the load for factory workers.

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Hyundai Electric Race Car Debuts At Frankfurt Motor Show

Posted by on 28 Sep 2019 under Green Vehicles, Hyundai, Hyundai News, News, Veloster

Veloster N ETCR

Hyundai’s Veloster N ETCR

Every motor show is filled with creative innovations, dreams and aspirations from car manufacturers around the globe. The 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show is no different as there have been many interesting projects and concepts including the new Hyundai Electric Race Car.

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Hyundai Joins IONITY, The Giant Leap For EVs

Posted by on 24 Sep 2019 under Green Vehicles, Hyundai, Hyundai News, News

Hyundai Joining IONITY

Hyundai Buys Into IONITY

Hyundai has thrown its technological and financial weight behind IONITY in Europe. It is now a full partner in this game-changing initiative with BMW, Daimler, Ford and Porsche (Volkswagen Group).

What is IONITY? Let me demonstrate with an experience we had a few years ago.

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Hyundai & MDGo – Using AI To Help After An Accident

Posted by on 14 Aug 2019 under Future Tech, Hyundai, Hyundai News, News

Hyundai MDGo Partnership

Hyundai Partners With MDGo

Car accidents happen and they are nasty to the victims and often confusing to the responders. The lag between the accident and help arriving, the responders assessing the victims and then getting them to an emergency room can be critical.

Now imagine your car not only telling emergency services that you had an accident and where it happened but also telling them of your likely injuries and suggesting the best facility nearby to treat you.

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Hyundai Elantra Is A Lot Of Car At A Great Price

Posted by on 30 Jul 2019 under Elantra, General, Hyundai, Hyundai Reviews

Hyundai Elantra

The Hyundai Elantra

The compact sedan sometimes seems a threatened species, but there are still drivers who want them and brands that make them. A case in point is the current Hyundai Elantra with its huge boot, well-balanced facelift and competitive price.

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Hyundai’s New Valve Tech Making A Big Difference

Posted by on 22 Jul 2019 under Future Tech, Green Vehicles, Hyundai, Hyundai News, News, Sonata

Hyundai's CVVD Engine

Hyundai Introduces Continuous Variable Valve Duration

Now at the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing, Hyundai has declared: “A small step for a valve, a giant leap for valve kind.”

Okay, that is a bit of a stretch, but some kind of valve timing control has been around for fifty years, and Hyundai has just added the crucial next step.

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Hyundai And The Art Of Artificial Intelligence

Posted by on 12 Jul 2019 under Future Tech, Hyundai, Hyundai News, Kona, News, Sonata

Hyundai X Christie's

Hyundai’s Art Of Artificial Intelligence

Technology can be both good and bad. Flight has allowed us to break the bonds of gravity and travel easily to far lands, to space. It has also led to aerial warfare, the horrors stretching from Guernica to Hiroshima, Indochina to 9/11. Flight is not good or bad, it’s how you use it…

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