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New large saloon launched by Hyundai - but it won't be coming to the UK
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19 November 2010

Hyundai has officially introduced its newest Grandeur large saloon, which replaces the fourth-gen model first launched in 2005.

It is designed using Hyundai’s ‘fluidic sculpture’ philosophy and shares its underpinnings with the Kia Cadenza, first revealed a year ago.

See the official pics of the new Hyundai Grandeur

Hyundai’s latest Grandeur will feature LED lights at the front and back, bumper-integrated exhaust pipes and the company’s centrepiece ‘bold grille’.

Also known as the Azera in some markets outside Korea, the saloon will sit between the Sonata and Genesis in Hyundai's range of saloons. Hyundai has confirmed that it will not be sold in the UK.

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19 November 2010

Hey Dad - the minicab's here!

19 November 2010

[quote ischiaragazzo]

Hey Dad - the minicab's here!

[/quote]not a bad looking minicab though.:)

19 November 2010

I must say it's a good looking car. If this had a European badge or Ford/GM badge, people would be singing its praises! Mercedes makes minicabs galore, that doesn't stop people falling over themselves to get/be seen in a Mercedes!

19 November 2010

The new Hyundai has 'fluidic sculpture' hmmm can't be that easy to sculpt a fluid and judging by the looks its seems Hyundai agree with me.

19 November 2010

The Korean wave of good-looking cars continues; keep it coming.

19 November 2010

Nice car. Shame about the name though.

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