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The hydrogen-fueled Nexo is Hyundai’s eco-friendly flagship, packed with state-of-the-art tech. Its 95-kW fuel cell and 40-kW battery power an electric motor that makes 291 lb-ft of torque. Although the crossover is slow (a claimed zero to 60 mph in 9.5 seconds), its estimated range is an impressive 370 miles. However, the Nexo will be sold only in California when it launches in late 2018. High-tech features include advanced blind-spot monitoring, semi-autonomous assists, and remote parking. 2019 Hyundai Nexo: A Bigger, Better Fuel-Cell SUV The company's first dedicated fuel-cell platform makes its debut. Hyundai employed a rather unconventional approach for the rollout of its fuel-cell SUV that will replace the current hydrogen-powered Tucson. The automaker first pulled the curtain off the new vehicle in mid-2017 without revealing full details. Now, during the tech circus known as CES (formerly called the Consumer Electronics Show), the Korean brand has spilled the specifics on the Nexo, which is what the new SUV will be called. Hyundai’s long-term plan is to introduce 18 production hybrid, electric, or fuel-cell vehicles worldwide by 2025. In the United States, the brand already offers hybrid versions of the Ioniq and Sonata, plus the Ioniq Electric, and has plans for an Ioniq plug-in hybrid as well as an electric version of its upcoming Kona subcompact crossover. With the Nexo, the brand will have its first dedicated fuel-cell platform. At 183.9 inches long, 73.2 inches wide, and 64.2 inches high, the Nexo is 10.3 inches longer, 1.5 inches wider, and 1.0 inch lower than the Tucson Fuel Cell. Its wheelbase is 5.9 inches longer as well. The battery pack in the Nexo is located in the trunk rather than the floor, where it sits in the Tucson. The Nexo’s fuel-cell stack is smaller than the Tucson’s, but the overall package provides more total energy: a 95-kW fuel cell paired with a 40-kW battery pack versus a 100-kW fuel cell and a 24-kW battery pack. The Nexo is good for an estimated 370 miles of range, a significant improvement over the Tucson’s 265 miles. Once the hydrogen tanks are empty, the Nexo can be refueled in five minutes, according to Hyundai. The issue of finding a hydrogen station remains, however, as the supporting infrastructure is severely limited. The fuel cell and battery pack work together to feed a 161-hp electric motor that generates 291 lb-ft of torque, up 27 horsepower and 70 lb-ft compared with the Tucson. Nobody is touting fuel-cell vehicles as speed machines, the Nexo included, although its claimed 9.5-second zero-to-60-mph time chops three seconds off the Tucson’s figure. Hyundai pointed out that the new powertrain is smaller and lighter and that all of the moving parts are located in the engine bay to reduce noise in the cabin. The components also have been bolstered to handle temperatures as cold as 20 degrees below zero and as hot as 120 degrees Fahrenheit. The Nexo boasts other advanced technology as well, including a new blind-spot-monitoring system that uses wide-angle cameras on both sides of the vehicle; it displays the view to the rear and sides on a screen in the center cluster during lane changes. Semi-autonomous features include lane-following assist, which can center the vehicle in a lane at speeds up to 90 mph, and highway-driving assist, which can adjust speeds using mapping information. A remote park-assist feature is available to park and retrieve the car and can be operated with or without a driver on board. Read More https://www.caranddriver.com/hyundai/nexo "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
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ALL NEW Honda Accord 2018 Review - America's best-selling car gets most dramatic remake in 41 years - Quicker, more fuel-efficient Honda VTEC Turbo® engines - All-new chassis and body with "class above" handling, comfort, and design - Latest safety and driver-assistive technology with standard Honda Sensing - Connected-car technology includes new Display Audio with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto The all-new 2018 Honda Accord goes on sale at dealerships nationwide today as the quickest, most fuel-efficient, sophisticated and spacious Accord in the model's 41-year history. The 2018 Accord 1.5T, powered by a new 192-horsepower VTEC Turbo® engine has a starting Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $23,5701. The Accord 1.5T earned an EPA fuel economy rating of 30/38/33 mpg (city/highway/combined)2 in LX, EX, EX-L and EX-L Navi trims with Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). Also available in Sport trim with a 6-speed manual transmission, the Accord 1.5T will be joined next month by the even more powerful Accord 2.0T and, in early in 2018, by the new Accord Hybrid. Recently called "America's Best Sedan" by Car & Driver magazine, all Accords showcase new styling with an increased focus on stance and proportion while benefitting from an all-new platform with a more rigid and lightweight body, a sophisticated new chassis and a longer wheelbase that contributes to a more spacious cabin with class-leading rear legroom. New standard features on all models include LED headlight and taillights, dual-zone climate control, 7-inch customizable digital driver's meter and the full suite of Honda Sensing safety and driver-assistive technologies including new Traffic Sign Recognition. New connected-car technologies available on the 2018 Accord include a 7-inch digital TFT driver's meter (standard), an 8-inch, high-resolution Display Audio touchscreen with both volume and tuning/list-scrolling knobs and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility (Sport and above trims). A new 6-inch head-up display (HUD), automatic Bluetoothâ phone pairing, wireless device charging and next-generation HondaLink™ Assist with available 4G LTE in-car Wi-Fi and smartphone-controlled remote engine start are also available. Powering the 2018 Accord 1.5T is a 1.5-liter, DOHC direct-injected VTEC Turboâ inline 4-cylinder engine with peak outputs of 192 horsepower and 192 lb.-ft. of torque (both SAE net), making it the most powerful base engine ever for the Accord. It is available with a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) in all trims and in Sport trim with either the CVT or a short-throw 6-speed manual transmission (6MT). The Accord 2.0T, arriving next month, will be powered by a responsive 2.0-liter VTEC Turbo® engine with peak outputs of 252 horsepower and 273 lb.-ft. of torque (both SAE net), the highest torque output ever for Accord. The Accord Hybrid, featuring the third-generation of Honda's two-motor hybrid powertrain, will join the lineup in early 2018. The 2018 Honda Accord features the latest generation of Honda's Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) safety body structure and advanced supplemental restraint systems, including new driver and front passenger knee airbags, and is anticipated to achieve top collision safety ratings from both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) testing. Additional driver-assistive technology, standard on all trims, include a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera with dynamic guidelines, Straight Driving Assist, and Auto High-Beams. Blind spot information (BSI) with Cross Traffic Monitor is standard on EX and above trims while Touring trims add front and rear parking sensors. The Honda Accord is America's best-selling car over the past 41 years3 with American car buyers have purchased more than 13 million Accords, more than 11 million of those produced in America, using domestic and globally-sourced parts. This all-new Accord should help carry the model to its fifth year in a row as the #1 midsize car in America – what's more, Accord continues as the #2 car in the industry, second only to the Honda Civic4. Trim: 2018 Accord LX Transmission: CVT MSRP: $23,570 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 30/38/33 Trim: 2018 Accord Sport Transmission: 6MT MSRP: $25,780 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 26/35/30 Trim: 2018 Accord Sport Transmission: CVT MSRP: $25,780 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 29/35/31 Trim: 2018 Accord EX Transmission: CVT MSRP: $27,470 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 30/38/33 Trim: 2018 Accord EX-L Transmission: CVT MSRP: $29,970 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 30/38/33 Trim: 2018 Accord EX-L Navi Transmission: CVT MSRP: $30,970 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 30/38/33 Trim: 2018 Accord Touring Transmission: CVT MSRP: $33,800 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 29/35/31 New Car Videos: https://goo.gl/5nPYXv
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The 2018 Hyundai Azera looks pretty classy
With the reveal of the new Azera, Hyundai has made it clear that it has no plans to leave the large, upscale sedan market. This South Korean Avalon-fighter underwent a significant redesign inside and out and will first go on sale in Korea next month.
Outside, the Azera has a significantly different and more formal, profile. While the previous model was rakish and wedgy, the new model adopts an upright version of Hyundai's new corporate grille, along with a long hood and more vertical windshield. The flanks also receive long, flowing character lines that give it a muscular appearance. At the back, the Azera gets a new version of the full width taillights that the model has had since the nameplate's introduction two generations ago.
The Azera also changes radically inside. Instead of the downward flowing dash of the old model, the new interior features an instrument panel that emphasizes width, with a dark top portion and lighter lower section. Sandwiched between the two halves of the dash is a section that rises up at the center stack to house the large touch screen and an analog clock, which looks a bit out of place.
Hyundai has yet to reveal any stats, pricing or availability for the new Azera, except for its aforementioned launch date in South Korea, where it will carry the Grandeur name. However, we would imagine more details will be coming soon ahead of its US launch.
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