All-new Hyundai i40 Set For Geneva Debut

Hyundai has announced today, that the all-new i40 will make its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month. Designed and engineered at Hyundai’s European R&D headquarters in Rüsselsheim, Germany, the i40 will go on sale from June 2011.

The i40 will replace the Sonata model in Europe and will be offered first with an estate body-style before the introduction of a saloon later this year.

In addition to the i40, Hyundai will show the new 1+2 door Veloster, that was first shown at the North American International Auto Show last month.

Also the Curb concept will make its European premiere together with the electric BlueOn and ix35 FCEV.


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  • Vito

    Hyundai are teasing their way into the European D-segment market under the radar. This looks pretty cool and I can see it giving the Mondeo a run for its money especially if it is priced right. Recently stumble on this youtube video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwqKy07OhXI) about the reveal. Apparently, users can connect through Facebook to directly participate in the live light reveal. You can create your own personal light reveal via a live video feed. The official site for the launch is http://www.hyundai-i40.eu/
    Really looking forward to seeing this at the Geneva Motor Show.By the way great site. Very informative

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