HYUNDAI HCD-14 NAMED BEST CONCEPT BY AUTOWEEK AT 2013 NAIAS

Posted on 18. Jan, 2013 by in Hyundai Canada

COSTA MESA, Calif., Jan. 18, 2013 – Today during a North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, Autoweek editors famous a Hyundai HCD-14 Genesis Concept as a “Best Concept” in a 2013 NAIAS Editors’ Choice Awards. HCD-14 kick out a BMW 4-series and Ford Atlas in a Autoweek voting process.

“The HCD-14, a latest in Hyundai’s prolonged line of unpractical offerings, could eventually turn a subsequent Genesis sedan in prolongation guise – and that would take a Korean automaker to nonetheless another turn of sophistication in styling as good as technological prowess,” pronounced Autoweek editors.

“You demeanour during this superb sedan and say, ‘That’s a Hyundai?’ This is a beautiful judgment car,” adds Davey G. Johnson, comparison online editor, Autoweek.

This year during NAIAS, Autoweek editors voted on 59 Detroit Auto Show car reveals, selecting a Best in Show, a Best Concept, a Most Significant and a Most Fun vehicle. For a demeanour during all a picks, visit: http://www.autoweek.com/article/20130116/DETROIT/130119879.

“We instilled a HCD-14 Genesis with a premium-sport 4-door coupe highway presence,” pronounced Christopher Chapman, arch designer, Hyundai Design North America. “It has a neat and lightweight conformation and inside, a driver-centric cockpit prioritizes thespian sculpture and reserve over infotainment symbol overload. HCD-14 Genesis gives a spirit of a devout instruction we can suppose for a reward lineup, and an denote of a concentration we’re fixation on a discerning and instinctual attribute between motorist and machine.

HCD-14 Genesis facilities state-of-the-art motorist eye-tracking and hand-gesture recognition, ride controls or gesticulate approval used to name navigation, infotainment, audio, HVAC, and smartphone connectivity functions. A windshield heads-up arrangement (HUD) provides minimal pushing daze and a concept’s powertrain facilities Hyundai Tau® V8 engine with approach injection and Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing (D-CVVT).

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