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  • Hyundai Blue Drive Strategy


    The Blue Drive Strategy is Hyundai's new and upcoming strategy for fuel efficient vehicles, which encompasses environmental-friendly vehicle technologies. This has started with some of the Hyundai vehicles such as the i10, more fuel efficient version of the Elantra and Accent. Many of these new vehicles will try to beat Toyota and Honda motor companies by going over the US average MPG for both Honda and Toyota. Hyundai's target fleet MPG is 35mpg by the end of 2015. The Hyundai Blue-Will is a concept car that was unveiled in Seoul South Korea as part of the Blue Drive Strategy. Hyundai is testing other possible items to be used in their cars such as diesel engines and fuel cells. Hyundai has made a test car, known as the Tucson Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle, which is run by fuel cells. The Hyundai Blue Drive system will consist of nine major components: Theta II 2.4-liter engine Starter generator for stop-start 30 kW electric motor giving 205 Nm of torque Redesigned braking system 6-speed automatic transmission with a new electric oil pump 1.4 kWh lithium polymer battery pack (5.3 Ah, 270 V) Hybrid power control unit Electric air conditioning compressor Low weight design added to a low drag coefficient

  • Hyundai Theta engine


    The Hyundai Theta (G4KC) is a gasoline four-cylinder automobile engine family. The third all-aluminum engine of Hyundai Motor Company debuted in the fourth-generation Hyundai Sonata sedan (codenamed NF), which was unveiled in August 2004 in South Korea. Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama (HMMA) built a Theta II engine shop on the grounds of their Montgomery, Alabama automobile factory.

  • Hyundai Elantra


    The Hyundai Elantra (), or Hyundai Avante (현대 아반떼) in South Korea, is a compact car produced by the South Korean manufacturer Hyundai since 1990. The Elantra was initially marketed as the Lantra in Australia and some European markets. In Australia, this was due to the similarly named Mitsubishi Magna Elante model. This gave rise to a disagreement with other motor manufacturers, and the name was standardized as "Elantra" worldwide in 2001 (except in Korea).

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