Detail Interior 2011 Hyundai' Curb Concept cars

    The Curb, which is the seventh vehicle (hence the HCD-12 codename) to be designed at the company’s California Design Center, is motivated by a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with direct injection tech, mated to Hyundai's Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG) [wonder what the VW Group has to say about the abbreviation...]. The force-fed motor develops 175 horsepower and 169 lb. ft. of torque. Hyundai said that by adding Idle Stop and Go (ISG) technology, the Curb would deliver 30+ mpg in the city and 40+ mpg on the highway.
    In the last year i.e. in 2009, when Hyundai's Nuvis concept made its world debuted in the New York Auto Show. People got a fair glimpse of the motor giant's future motives. The Nuvis, which is yet to be launched in the mainstream market, is the eleventh signature car by the California Design Center located in Irvine. This futuristic car blends the best of attributes of a long urban car and luxury utility vehicle. Hyundai has pledged to become the market leader by 2015 in the U.S where fuel economy is concerned. In the 2010 New York Auto Show Hyundai will unveil a Hybrid Blue Drive model featuring a four cylinder Theta II turbocharged GDI engine with 2.0-liter capacity. After the tremendous success of Sonata in New York, Hyundai is further aiming to be most fuel efficient vehicle manufacturer in the world.
    Detail Interior 2011 Hyundai' Curb Concept cars

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