Orders for the restyled flagship model stamp dealers started taking two months ago. Now the automaker has announced the official start of sales of luxury trends.
Dealers of Hyundai in South Korea received the first commodity copies of the updated sedan Hyundai Grandeur, which officially went on sale. This model, also known as the Azera, is currently the largest sedan in the model range of the Korean brand. “Pre-reform” the car was introduced in 2016. From this generation new Grandeur boasts a “grown-up” dimensions: length added to 60 mm (up to 4 990 mm) and the wheelbase grew by 40 mm (up to 2 855 mm).
The redesigned sedan gets new bumpers, LED optics, modified hood, and other front and rear fenders and a new trunk lid. From its predecessor Hyundai Grandeur 2020 is different and a bold radiator grille, which now complement the glowing section, playing the role of DRL. Rear lights combines stylish led strip.
The car has a new front panel touch control unit “climate”, media with a larger screen (12.3 inches instead of 8), and “push” the selector lever.
After the restyling of the sedan got improved sound insulation with multi-layered back glasses increased thickness. Popular sedans boast leather trim. In a list of new options include brake assist system when reversing, and the assistant helps to avoid side collisions when crossing intersections.
Gamma motor’s new Grandeur lost a base 190-horsepower engine 2.4 liter DGI. His place was taken by 198-horsepower 2.5-liter “aspirated” from the family of Smartstream, is paired with 8-step “automatic”. Are available for purchase and the 200-strong hybrid consisting of electrovoice and 2.4-liter engine. Powerplant combines with 8АКПП. Complete the gas 3-liter V6 LPi produces 235 HP and 3.3-liter “aspirated” V6, outstanding 290 HP combined with 6АКПП the First, the second 8АКПП. But the 3-litre petrol V6 and 2.2-liter turbo disappeared from the list of available Grandeur motors. Front – wheel drive.
The prices for a novelty start from 32,94 million won ($66 800). For the old sedan dealers asked for a little less – 31,12 million won (us$63 100).