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Hyundai Concept RB

By luanpa in | August 27, 2010 | (3) Comments

The Hyundai Concept RB is a new sub compact women sedan revealed at this year’s Moscow International Motor Show.

The Hyundai Concept RB adopts the company’s ‘fluidic’ design philosophy and some of the elements that will me carried on the production version include the hexagonal front grille, headlamps and the L shaped fog lights. 

The production version of the Hyundai Concept RB will be offered with either the company’s 1.6L or 1.4L DOCH engines that deliver 124 PS and 156 Nm of torque and 107 PS and 135 Nm respectively On the Russian market. And it will begin production in January 2011 at Hyundai’s Saint Petersburg plant in Russia.

The Hyundai Concept RB is will be powered by the modern Gamma engine, 1.6L or 1.4L DOHC in-line four cylinder gasoline engine that features multiport fuel injection with CVVT (Continuously Variable Valve Timing).  By replacing the old Alpha engine with Gamma, the sedan promises more power and torque, as well as best-in-class fuel economy, in keeping with Hyundais pledge to be the industrys eco-leader.  The estimated power and torque of 1.6 Gamma are respectively 124ps and 156 N.m while those of 1.4 Gamma are 107ps and 135 N.m.  The powerful and fuel-efficient Gamma engine will be mated to a four-speed automatic transmission or a standard five-speed manual transaxle.

Production version of this concept car is scheduled to begin at Hyundai’s first full-cycle plant in Saint Petersburg, Russia, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Russia(HMMR) in January 2011, and will join the Hyundai lineup in the spring of 2011.

Hyundai Concept RBHyundai Concept RB frontHyundai Concept RB rearHyundai Concept RB rear side



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