Feb 192010

New Hyundai i45 Photos – The 2011 Sonata Pictures

If you are wondering how New Hyundai i45 will looks likethen here the photos of new Hyundai i45( the 2011 Sonata Pictures) are given. On 18 February, 2010, HYUNDAI AUSTRALIA announced that the 2010 Hyundai i45 will get a local launch in the second quarter of 2010. The first image of the 2011 Hyundai i45 (Sonata) has been released by Hyundai which will be launched in the 2nd quarter of 2010. The 2011 Hyundai i45 is a mid-size sedan which feature’s the brand’s new fluidic statue design language and luxury features.

In South Korea, the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama plant will build the 2011 Hyundai i45. 2.4-litre Petrol Direct Injection (GDI) four-cylinder engine coupled with a six-speed manual gearbox or automatic transmissions will control the 2011 Hyundai i45. The price of The 2011 Hyundai i45 will be announced at a later date. In the US, heated front and rear seats, Bluetooth, ESC, ABS, tyre-pressure monitoring and on all levels of trim, touch screen satellite navigation are included in standard kit.

“We are very excited to be launching the all-new i45 mid-sized sedan in Australia in the coming months, Oliver Mann, Hyundai Australia’s Marketing Director said. “Already breaking records in South Korea and receiving awards in the U.S., i45 is going to make a considerable impact in the competitive Australian mid-sized segment.”

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  3 Responses to “New Hyundai i45 Photos – The 2011 Sonata Pictures”

  1. Welcome First time jumped here on your site, found on Bing. It really helps to have sombody to talk to other then my divorced parents. Thanks again Mr. Gray.

  2. Driving one of these at the moment. The 2.4l is surprisingly peppy and pulls the car well considering the size and weight of the vehicle. The “flappy paddle” gear change is also surprisingly slick from gear-to-gear – Excellent car.

  3. Probably the best looking thing that Hyundai have produced to date…not sure about that dash though??
    It might be surprisingly “peppy” (whatever that means) but what are the actual performance figures?

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