Originally offered with an inline-four engine, Hyundai Grandeur has recently been restyled and is now powered by an electric powertrain. The price is still unknown, but is expected to be around $50,000 when it is ready for sale. The vehicle will have a range of 249 to 280 miles and will come equipped with all-wheel drive.
Interior and Exterior
Hyundai’s Grandeur restomod will feature a futuristic interior and LED exterior lighting. Hyundai has adapted its Parametric Pixel design language, which is used on the Ioniq EV and Stargazer, to the Grandeur restomod. This design approach is reflected in the headlights, taillights and window switches.
The Grandeur restomod features a futuristic interior with a touchscreen. The touchscreen provides drivers with climate control and seat adjustments. It also includes smartphone compatibility and three USB Type-C connectors. There are also rectangular air conditioning vents and a push start/stop button. The touchscreen has a plethora of information, including driver information, climate control, seat adjustments, temperature settings and storage space.
The exterior of the Hyundai Grandeur restomod will be updated with a ducktail spoiler, a hood and new square windows. It will also feature a magic roof that will utilize electrochromic shading for more control over light.
The Hyundai Grandeur EV will be available in both petrol and hybrid variants. The electric model has a battery pack with 87.2 kilowatt-hours of capacity. Hyundai is likely to adopt an E-GMP architecture for the electric vehicle, which can accommodate a 5-meter sedan length. Hyundai is planning on selling 1.87 million EVs a year. The company has set its sights on 7% market share by 2030.
The Hyundai Grandeur EV will have a four-way, 18-speaker sound system, an integrated soundbar, and a widescreen display. It also features bronze ambient lighting and acoustic theory. The front seats will be heated and cooled, and the back seats will have leg rests. The middle seat will have foldable work tables and electronic adjustment options.
The Hyundai Grandeur EV is expected to have a price of $50,000 when it is launched. It may also have a range of between 249 and 280 miles. It is based on Hyundai’s existing models, and will be offered globally. It may come standard with an ultra-fast charging system and a large battery pack.
The Hyundai Grandeur is a popular car in South Korea and is currently the best-selling car in the country. It has sold more than two million units since 1986, and has been the best-selling car in South Korea for five consecutive years. In addition to being the best-selling car in South Korea, it is also the best-selling hybrid in South Korea. It was also the first entry into the luxury-leaning market in North America.