Nawigacja do Hyundaia ix35 produkcji FlyAudio - nowość! z lektorem
Przedstawiamy urządzenie nawigacyjne do samochodów Hyundai ix35 produkowane przez naszego dostawcę firmę FlyAudio. Urządzenie zrobiło furorę na październikowych targach elektroniki w Hong Kongu.
Wysoka jakość FlyAudio połączona z dopracowanym designem maski powodują, że ta nawigacja staje się powoli hitem wyposażenia europejskiego crossa koreańskiego producenta.
Hyundai IX35 nawigacja multimedialna od Navidirect
Doposażeniowa nawigacja samochodowa do flagowego SUVa Hyundaia. Bez
kompromisów,idealnie dopasowana do kokpitu, wykorzystuje fabryczną
instalację, mikrofon, USB oraz fabryczne czujniki. Współpracuje z
wszystkimi mapami dedykowanymi do systemu Windows Mobile.
Więcej szczegółów na www.navidirect.pl
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2016 Hyundai Tucson 2.4L 4-Cylinder Sport and Limited FWD Turbo Engine Models Review
2016 Hyundai Tucson 2.4L 4-Cylinder Sport and Limited FWD turbo Engine Models Review
The 2016 Tucson design employs sculpted body forms and sporty contours for
an athletic, bold and striking appearance. The front view proudly presents
a hexagonal-shaped grille, a key element of Hyundai's design signature,
enhanced by available high-efficiency LED twin-projector headlights, LED
headlight accents and integrated LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs).
The wheelbase has been increased by more than an inch, for enhanced design
proportions, interior flexibility and a smoother ride. For the first time,
19-inch alloy wheels will be offered, with a dynamic asymmetrical spoke
design, surrounded by forward-raking wheel arch design. Even the door
handles feature convenient approach LED lamps. The new Tucson's roof rails
are sleek and low-profile, for an integrated, functional appearance. From
the rear, a Z-shaped character line above the rear wheels accentuates an
aggressive, sporty side profile. The rear view conveys stability and a
wide, sporty stance, for agility both on and off-road. The taillights also
utilize LED technology, creating a premium design element while providing
enhanced visibility from the rear. Finally, twin, bevel-cut chrome Exhaust tips and a standard rear spoiler add
even more sporty cues from the rear view.
2016 Tucson powertrain offerings also have been improved with top
efficiency levels as a primary target. Base models offer a Nu engine
family, 2.0-liter, direct-injected four-cylinder with an estimated 164 horsepower and 151
lb.-ft. of torque, coupled with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The
six-speed automatic offers SHIFTRONIC™ manual shifting mode and includes
an overdrive lock-up torque converter for higher fuel economy at highway
speeds. Based on internal tests, fuel economy for the 2.0L FWD model is
estimated at 23 (city), 31 (highway), 26 (combined). The 26-mpg combined
fuel economy rating is a one-mpg improvement over the previous model.
Further, powertrain NVH has been reduced through hydraulic transmission
mounting and recalibrated engine mounts.
Eco, Sport and Limited models offer a new, Gamma engine family, 1.6-liter
four-cylinder with an estimated 175 horsepower and 195 lb.-ft.
of torque. Peak torque delivery starts at only 1,500 rpm and holds through
4,500 rpm, for low-RPM responsiveness and performance in everyday driving
conditions. The turbocharger features
low-inertia turbo-spooling response
characteristics, and an electronic wastegate control for more precise
control of manifold pressure. Internally, piston-cooling oil jets ensure
cooler piston temperatures for enhanced engine life. Further, the Gamma
engine features a new water jacket insert that automatically prioritizes
cooling in the upper level of the cylinder block, where more combustion
heat is generated, resulting in lower cylinder head temperatures and
allowing for leaner air/fuel mixtures for better fuel efficiency.
The turbo engine is coupled to a new,
first-in-segment seven-speed EcoShift® dual-clutch transmission (DCT).
This dual-clutch transmission offers outstanding efficiency with quick,
seamless shifting and brisk acceleration. When compared with some
competitors' continuously-variable transmissions, this DCT is able to
handle more torque with minimal power interruption throughout the
powertrain operating range and with greater durability characteristics.
Based on internal tests, estimated fuel economy for this powertrain on Eco
FWD models is 26 (city), 33 (highway), 29 (combined), a 5-mpg improvement
over the former Tucson 2.4L engine. Sport and Limited FWD turbo engine models are estimated at 25 (city), 30
(highway), 27 (combined), representing a 3-mpg improvement in combined fuel
economy over the former Tucson 2.4L engine. In addition, the new Tucson's
fuel tank has been increased by 1.1 gallons for even greater driving range.