Electromobility has been on the minds of engineers and automobile experts for decades now. In recent years, though, consumers and automobile manufacturers alike have turned even more of their attention towards green driving. Since 2011, the market has offered several electric vehicles with one big drawback—their limited mileage. Brands continue to work on cars with an increased mile range, and now there’s a new competitor in town: the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric.
The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric—which also comes in a hybrid and a plug-in hybrid version—combines efficiency With Hyundai’s well-built standards. The Ioniq Electric is promised to have a range of 124 miles. In addition to its approachable range, the Hyundai Ioniq Electric is also practical on the inside, with more room for passengers than competitors like the Nissan Leaf and the Chevy Bolt. Its low, hatchback style gives it a sleek look on the road, and it drives just as smoothly.
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Hyundai is developing technologies to help keep you safe behind the wheel, including one recent development that is designed to detect road rage. The system is a cockpit that measures the physical and mental state of drivers, helping to detect mood with face recognition, among other technologies. This could just be one of the most advanced safety systems developed to date.
According to CNBC, the Hyundai concept cockpit is designed to track a number of signs, from heat rate, posture, and breathing to facial recognition. By measuring these things, this innovative system can determine when you’re alert or angry, and it can make changes to the atmosphere of driving. This includes seat positioning, heating, lighting, temperature, volume, and even smells.
Measuring a driver’s mental state will help to keep the “optimum health and mental attitude” for safe driving, said Mike O’Brien, the VP at Hyundai, during this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
Believe it or not, about 80% of drivers show symptoms of road rage, which can do serious damage. Driving while emotional can cause speeding, rapid acceleration, hard brakes, and more—all of which increases the risk of an accident. This new Hyundai safety cockpit could just keep you better protected than ever before.
For the 2017 model year, the Elantra Sport has received a new powertrain. This turbocharged 1.6-liter engine is capable of 201 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque. The new motor is paired to a manual six-speed transmission or an optional seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, which helps send power to the front wheels.
With this power, the 2017 Elantra Sport will be even more fun-to-drive. It will even receive a number of other enhancements that will make it appear even more athletic. These changes, according to iTech Post, include standard leather sport seats, a proximity key with push-button start, a flat-bottom steering wheel, alloy pedals with rubberized texture, dual chrome exhaust, and a sporty hexagonal grille.
In addition, the Elantra Sport will also get standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, which will make it easier for the driver to stay connected while out on the road.
With an improved powertrain, more athletic interior and exterior features, and more technology, the 2017 Hyundai Elantra Sport is a top pick in the compact car segment. Find out more about this vehicle at Rex Perry Hyundai.
If you haven’t seen the 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport yet, get excited. It’s got lots to offer, from style to utility to technology. Here’s some of the best the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport has to offer.
The Santa Fe Sport has plenty to offer when it comes to style. New headlights and fog lights make an even bigger impact and distinct body lines accentuate this crossover’s sporty frame.
Rear-seated passengers will get plenty of comfort and space thanks to seats that offer numerous adjustments. It’s easy to make the back seats comfy for kids or adults.
You’ll get plenty of cargo space with the Santa Fe Sport. With all seats folded down, you’ll get an impressive 71.5 cubic feet of space so that you’ll transport almost anything. And with 40/20/40-split folding rear seats, you’ll get more storage option than other SUVs.
Don’t worry, you’ll be plenty safe in the Santa Fe Sport. It’s a safer Santa Fe Sport than ever, especially with the addition of driver-assistive features that give you extra help on the highway.
It isn’t uncommon for automotive brands to partner with major sports teams, and that’s exactly what Hyundai did with the Los Angeles Rams. The Korean automaker signed on as an official automotive sponsor of the returning NFL team, adding to its growing list of sports partnerships. As fans would expect, the Hyundai-Rams partnership has some sweet benefits.
First, the automaker will feature its very own display inside the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and an interactive activation will be set up outside the stadium. Hyundai will also sponsor the “Under the Lights” digital video series as well as present a series of infographics on the Rams’ Twitter, Facebook, and other social media accounts.
“As we kick off our inaugural season back home in Los Angeles, we look forward to working with the team at Hyundai to engage our fans and their customers through unique content and activations all season long,” said Mike O’Keefe, Rams VP of corporate partnerships.
It’s been 21 years since resident of Los Angeles had a home football to cheer for in the NFL. The Hyundai-Rams partnership is the newest addition to Hyundai’s growing list of sponsorships. Other NFL teams include the Pittsburgh Steelers and Miami Dolphins.
We at Rex Perry Hyundai would like to welcome the Los Angeles Rams back onto the field!
Every year, Hyundai Hope on Wheels awards a significant number of research grants to more than 30 hospitals across the United States. That number reached $7.5 million throughout the month of September, an impressive amount no matter what way you look at it. This year, Hyundai made a major donation in honor of National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Hyundai Hope on Wheels awarded a $150,000 research grant to the OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, Oregon. The award was presented by Hyundai dealerships to Dr. Lara Davis, an assistant professor in the Departments of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology and Medical Oncology.
The OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital was just one of 10 hospitals who received the $150,000 Young Investigator Grant. The grant will be used to improve the standards of care and expand the knowledge base surrounding pediatric cancer.
The award presentation also included a Handprint Ceremony where Portland-area cancer patients and survivors put their handprint on a large canvas in commemoration of their battle.
“Our mission at Hyundai Hope on Wheels is clear: End Childhood Cancer,” said Dave Zuchowski, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor America.
Hyundai is all about innovation, and that’s why the automaker is premiering the brand-spanking-new 2017 Hyundai i10. It’s set to make an epic debut at the Paris Auto Show.
It’s not even released yet, but the i10 is already making quite the impact. It’s got some great updates that make the 2017 model year a welcomed breath of fresh air. It starts on the outside, with a revised grille that makes for a more aggressive statement. It’s also sporting LED daytime running lamps and updated tail lamps that stand out and increase visibility on the road.
The interior boasts technical updates like a new infotainment system that’s Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible. Plus, there’s increased safety in new driver-assist technologies that help you stay in control behind the wheel.
This small-but-mighty car is perfect for you if you love saving money, too, because its fuel efficiency tops the charts!
Currently, the i10 is just hitting European soil, so if you’re planning a trip across the ocean, keep an eye out for this stylish hatchback zipping across the roads!
If you like what you hear about the i10, you’ll love the other Hyundai models available in the United States! Stop by Rex Perry Hyundai today to see.
Hyundai Hope On Wheels (HHOW) is working with Hyundai dealerships around the country to award 18 hospitals grants for pediatric cancer research. The Hyundai Impact Grants, each of which total $50,000, is aimed at reducing childhood cancer. Money may be used for patient assistance, teen centers and play rooms, family support, educational initiative, and efforts to improve care.
Hyundai recognizes the devastating effects of childhood cancer, not only on those diagnosed with the disease, but also for parents, friends, and family. According to Yahoo Finance, HHOW will award $13 million in pediatric cancer grants in this year alone. Originally founded in 1998, the program has funded a total of $115 million in research to the Children’s Oncology Group and member institutions.
“Our mission at Hyundai Hope On Wheels is clear: end childhood cancer,” said Scott Stark, Chairman for HHOW. “By funding transformational research through our Impact Grants and celebrating the lives of the brave young cancer fighters at our handprint ceremonies, we move closer to our dream of a day without cancer.”
The Impact Grant is given during a handprint ceremony in July and August, which means many hospitals will be receiving Hyundai’s support this month. To commemorate these events, Hyundai is having the kids dip their hands in paint and press them against a white Hyundai Tucson. This not only serves as a reminder, but it also serves as a metaphor for the ongoing relationship between the automaker and cancer research.
The Hyundai Elantra is back and better than ever. This compact model comes with an especially quiet ride, smart design, and the latest in infotainment technology. Looking at the stylish and practical sedan, car buyers are realizing the potential of the Elantra now more than ever. It’s the perfect time to buy this great new model.
The 2017 Elantra design is one of its great new features, both inside and out. The contoured body is engaging and sleek, with aerodynamic curves that will grab attention on the highway. Plus, with distinct lighting, a wide hexagonal grille, and a range of bright color tones to choose from, the new Elantra doesn’t get any better.
The interior design is just as impressive as the exterior. “The Elantra’s cabin wholly embraces the art of simplicity without feeling overly boring or stale,” said the auto writers at KBB.com. “The steering wheel offers plenty of flexibility for a variety of body types, while the driver’s seat won us over with its 8-way power adjustment, ample thigh support and, unlike the Civic or Cruze, memory settings and 2-way lumbar support.”
The Hyundai Elantra is a compact model, but you wouldn’t guess from the interior. The passenger cabin is surprisingly roomy, with 14.4 cubic feet of cargo room—among the largest in its segment—as well as seating for five. You won’t want to leave the driver’s seat of this new model. Aside from the design, discover what else makes the Elantra so enjoyable by test driving this model for yourself.
It’s hard to miss the Hyundai Veloster with its sporty, crouching silhouette. The athletic hatchback made its debut back in 2012 with three doors and space for four passengers, which made it an ideal vehicle for drivers who wanted a sleek and attractive ride without sacrificing functionality. Now, for the 2016 model, Hyundai has introduced the new Veloster Rally Edition, which will target performance enthusiasts looking for a more “sport hatch” experience.
The Rally, which hits the top end of the Veloster’s price range at a sticker price of $23,950, is a limited edition and features unique Matte Marathon Blue paint, aero accents made to look like carbon fiber, a sport-tuned suspension, black seating with blue leatherette bolsters, and badging with floor mats unique to the model. The lightweight wheels are created by Rays Engineering, a Japanese manufacturer known for its high-end wheels in motorsports. All standard features for the base Veloster will also be included.
The Veloster Rally Edition offers a comfortable and pleasurable drive that’s quiet, fun, and more athletic than the standard Hyundai Veloster. Unique styling, badging, and noticeable cosmetic changes inside and out make the Rally package more than just performance-focused. Plus, with the Veloster’s sizable 15.5 cubic feet of cargo space, foldable rear seats, and a fuel rating of 28 mpg combined, this hatchback is energetic, attractive, and functional.