Hyundai Unveils Rendering Images of the New Grandeur

-      Hyundai retains “Grandeur” name, continues the brand tradition since 1986

-      All-new Grandeur reflects Hyundai’s `fluidic sculpture’ philosophy, exuding an overall refined and dynamic image

-      Grandeur combines tradition and high technology, setting a new standard for premium large sedan segment

(Seoul, Korea) Hyundai Motor Company today unveiled rendering images of its premium large sedan, the new Grandeur - badged as Azera in some markets outside Korea.

 

Grandeur, which signifies magnificence or greatness, was first launched in 1986 in Korea as the company’s first premium luxury sedan. Hyundai has retained the name Grandeur to continue this successful tradition.

 

The all-new Grandeur, now in its fifth generation, was developed under the concept of harmonizing tradition and state-of-the-art technology. As a result, the new model is expected to set a new standard for premium large sedans.

The exterior rendering reflects a `Grand Glide’ concept, or an image of a bird gracefully gliding across the sky. The front of the car has a bold grille, emphasizing the car’s premium look. The side part consists of elegant and flowing lines that exude an overall dynamic image. The rear side conveys a futuristic look through stylish LED lamps and the voluminous wide rear bumper.

 

Featuring a more striking and distinctive look than its predecessors, the new Grandeur, with its combination of traditional concepts and modern design and technologies, is expected to create a sensation in its class.

For further information contact the Global Public Relations Team

 

Tel: +82+2—3464-2153 ~ 60

Fax: +82+2—3464-3497

globalpr@hyundai.com

Established in 1967, Hyundai Motor Co. has grown into the Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group which was ranked as              the world’s fifth-largest automaker since 2007 and includes over two dozen auto-related subsidiaries and affiliates. Employing over 75,000 people worldwide, Hyundai Motor sold approximately 3.1 million vehicles globally in 2009, posting sales of US$41.8 billion (including overseas plants, using the average currency exchange rate of 1,276 won per US dollar). Hyundai vehicles are sold in 193 countries through some 6,000 dealerships and showrooms. Further information about Hyundai Motor and its products are available at www.hyundai.com.

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