Saturday, March 21, 2015

2013 Hyundai Langdong Review

2013 Hyundai Langdong, which can be translated as a “dynamic (car) for the young, new generation,” is based on Hyundai Elantra that has captured the hearts of customers worldwide. Langdong, which will be produced at Hyundai’s new, third plant in Beijing in the second half of 2012, is expected to accelerate the upward momentum for Hyundai in the world’s largest auto market.

Hyundai Langdong is based on a design concept called Wind Craft that is part of Hyundais larger design philosophy of Fluidic Sculpture, which has been applied to the companys entire lineup since 2009. The aggressive front-end design of Langdong, with its wraparound headlights, creates a feeling of motion and strength. The streamlined character line on the side volume sweeps back dramatically toward the rear, giving the entire vehicle the appearance of having been crafted by the wind.

Hyundai Langdong is a compact car with the feel of a larger car. With an overall length of 4,690 mm, width of 1,880 mm, height of 1,680 mm and a wheelbase of 2,700 mm, Langdong is larger than its competitors.

Hyundai’s 1.6L and 1.8L MPI engines will be offered on Langdong. The 1.6L engine has a maximum power of 93.8 kW (127.4 PS) and a maximum torque of 155.5N.m (15.9 kg.m). The 1.8L engine has a maximum power of 107.4 kW (146.1 PS) and a maximum torque of 174.6 N.m (17.8 kg.m). Hyundai Langdong also offers excellent fuel economy, beating its rivals with fuel-saving devices that include our 6-speed manual and automatic transmissions and Hyundai’s Active ECO driving mode.

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