Details of the Hyundai flagship sedan revealed (photo)
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2023 Hyundai Grandeur attracts attention with a futuristic design, and its interior is trimmed with expensive leather. Gasoline and hybrid modifications will be offered from the start.
More information about the new Hyundai Grandeur has appeared. The large E-class sedan was declassified in October, and now its main characteristics have been published on the official website of the Korean brand.
The seventh generation Grandeur is built on the N3 platform, which is also used by the new Hyundai Tucson and Santa Fe. The length of the car has grown to 5035 mm, width – up to 1880 mm, and the wheelbase – up to 2895 mm. The futuristic design with a wide grille and a thin diode strip on the “nose” is made in the spirit of the Hyundai Staria minivan.
In the cabin, the single-spoke steering wheel is noteworthy – such as the very first Hyundai Grandeur of 1986. The gear lever was moved to the steering column.
There are 12.3-inch displays for the virtual instrument cluster and multimedia on the front panel, and another screen replaces the climate control buttons. The interior has become more spacious, but the trunk volume has been reduced to 480 liters.
Hyundai Grandeur is the brand's flagship sedan, so Nappa leather and wood are used in the top versions. In addition, the sound insulation of the cabin has been significantly improved.
The basic equipment of the Hyundai Grandeur 2023 includes 10 airbags, automatic braking and lane control systems, cameras for blind spots. A fingerprint scanner appeared among the options.
At first, they will offer a version with a 3.5-liter V6 petrol with 300 hp. with., as well as a 180-horsepower hybrid version. Later, a 2.5-liter petrol four with 198 hp will also appear. With. and a 240-horsepower version with factory HBO.
2023 Hyundai Grandeur petrol and gas versions received an 8-speed automatic transmission, and a hybrid – 6 – step. The drive can be front or full.