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The NSW Hyundai Rally Series (HRS) is the ideal place to start your Rally ADVENTURE! https://www.facebook.com/rallynsw/ http://www.rallynsw.com.au/ Rallying is an action packed, team based sport, suitable for all ages. And now it’s even easier to get started. Established as a low cost, one make series for Hyundai Excels, the HRS events feature quality entry level rallies at an affordable price. All you need is a Hyundai Excel, a low-cost rally conversion, and in a short while you’ll be enjoying the adrenaline packed sport of Forest Rallying. The Hyundai rallies are held in conjunction with the Development Rally Series, so you’ll get to match times with other teams. Plus, Sydney’s ‘Premier Panel Beating’ are naming rights partner, giving the series a real boost. So, if you want some great competition, new friendships, easy to follow rules and value for money rallying, then head over to http://www.rallynsw.com.au and click on the link to the Premier Panel Beating Hyundai Rally Series. And make sure to give the Rally New South Wales Facebook Page a ‘like’, where you can join in the discussion and ask us about how to get involved. https://www.facebook.com/rallynsw/ The Premier Panel Beating Hyundai Rally Series… get into it now!
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Scott explains Hyundai's LDWS(Lane Departure Warning System) system and G-scan's special function ' SPTAC Calibration'. **We do not provide the testing target displayed in this video. Also, the information presented in this video may not directly apply to the vehicle you are repairing. We do not guarantee that the information presented in this video is complete or error free. Please take all safety precautions. We disclaim any and all liability for losses, injuries or damages in connection with your repair. Visit our Facebook page for more updates! https://www.facebook.com/GscanEZDS Visit our website and sign up for G-scan membership! https://g-scan.gitauto.com:6510/
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A hundred years after Sir Ernest Shackleton's Endurance Expedition, Patrick Bergel, the great-grandson of Shackleton, along with Hyundai, takes on Shackleton’s unfinished dream. Visit our website to find out more about their story: http://shackletonsreturn.hyundai.com
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This year, we made history by making our Super Bowl commercial during the game. But the real story is how we made the Super Bowl a little better for the troops who make that day possible. Our troops couldn't come home for the Super Bowl, so instead, we brought home to them.
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Hyundai beat Toyota and Honda to the punch with a hydrogen fuel-cell car, but the South Korean carmaker also took a shortcut. That’s because the current Tucson Fuel Cell is a derivative of an existing model, rather than a clean-sheet design like the Toyota Mirai and Honda Clarity Fuel Cell. But Hyundai is now thinking ahead to its next generation of fuel-cell cars. At the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, it unveiled the FE Fuel Cell concept, which shows what a Hyundai fuel-cell vehicle based on a dedicated platform could look like. That’s exactly the kind of vehicle Hyundai will launch sometime next year as a replacement for the Tucson Fuel Cell. The FE (for “Future Eco”) Fuel Cell is a crossover like the Tucson Fuel Cell, but with styling that’s radically different from any current Hyundai production model. Because fuel cell cars don’t require large radiators, Hyundai ditched the traditional grille for a smooth front fascia. The rest of the body continues that motif, with relatively simple surfaces that contrast with the sculpting and heavy lines of many current cars. Hyundai says the shape is supposed to reference the flow of water — the fuel-cell powertrain’s only emission. Speaking of the powertrain, Hyundai says it’s an improvement over the one used in the Tucson Fuel Cell. The FE Fuel Cell concept’s setup is 20 percent lighter and achieves 10 percent greater efficiency, according to the automaker, with a 30-percent increase in the power density of the fuel cell stack. That allows for more power to be produced from the same volume, in theory providing greater range. Hyundai says the FE Fuel Cell can drive 800 kilometers (497 miles) between hydrogen fill-ups. The FE Fuel Cell concept doesn’t just use fuel cells to propel itself. Water emitted by the fuel cell stack is cycled through a humidifier to make the cabin more comfortable, and electricity is sent to portable battery packs that can charge electrical devices, including a scooter stored in the cargo area. Hyundai plans to launch its next-generation fuel cell crossover next year, and says that the production model will incorporate some features from the FE Fuel Cell concept. Fuel-cell cars still face major challenges, included limited hydrogen infrastructure and relatively high prices. But Hyundai is hedging its bets: it’s devoting resources not only to fuel cells, but also to hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and battery-electric cars in a bid to become a major green-car player.
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Please watch: "2018 Acura TLX modern sedan, exterior, interior, road test" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-rBhSuRtIs -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- 2017 Hyundai Santa Cruz - very modern among all pick-up trucks. New design and new equipment. http://www.2016bestcars2017.com/2017-hyundai-santa-cruz/
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Notre site web c'est ici: https://goo.gl/ux7o7Y Peugeot corbi Route de Montlieu, 17130 Montendre
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NEW Hyundai Subcompact Crossover 2018. Hyundai picked Kona as the name of its new SUV after the Kona district on the Big Island of Hawaii, revealing in a way the funky character of the new model. The new Hyundai Kona also claims that it will offer best-in-class interior space along with an attractive design, which is sort of obligatory in the segment. With rivals like the Nissan Juke, the Renault Captur and the Opel Mokka X coming in mind, we understand why Hyundai would opt for a visually strong model in this class. The test car remains under pretty heavy wraps, keeping its general styling off the radar for now. Only the front end gives away its arrangement, with a set of slim LEDs mounted on each corner of the bonnet and a set of headlights resting underneath them. As for the cabin we showed you in an earlier scoop, it follows the latest Hyundai design language we saw in models like the i30 and the Ioniq, featuring a tablet-like infotainment screen. The new Hyundai Kona will be most likely based on the i20 platform, using a mix of parts from both the i20 and the i30, including some of the latter’s engines. Hyundai is planning to reveal the new Kona this summer or at latest during the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show in September.