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    Powerful performance, sleek style, and unrivaled safety – these are only some of the features of Hyundai vehicles. Designed with meticulous attention to detail, every Hyundai vehicle is a perfect combination of comfort and practicality. Even if you take proper care of your vehicle, the parts wear out over time and require replacement. Buying the parts at the dealer is rather expensive, which is why we offer you to purchase products at CARiD. We provide premium replacement parts for your Hyundai that feature OE quality at a reasonable price.

    From engine and transmission to suspension and steering, we have all replacement parts under one roof. Manufactured by leading brands in the auto industry such as KYB, Dorman, Denso, Bosch, Gates, etc., the products have premium quality and will ensure long, trouble-free service life. In our online store, you will find radiators, mufflers, spark plugs, flywheels, brakes, air and oil filters, EGR valves, fuel pumps, and many other products for your Hyundai model. If you don't know what product to choose or have any questions regarding the parts, our customer service is always ready to help you.



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    New Turbocharged 1.6-Liter Engine Unveiled by Hyundai
    New Turbocharged 1.6-Liter Engine Unveiled by Hyundai

    While the 2012 Hyundai Veloster has got plenty of potential, its decent 1.6-liter, direct-injected four-cylinder isn't meant to impress those who are concerned with speed. A turbo model has been rumored before, so the time has came. Hyundai hasn't announced anything official concerning turbo Veloster, but the company has presented the new turbocharged 1.6-liter engine this week. As stated by Hyundai, 52 months and over $60 million were spent while developiing the new mill. The unit answers California's ULEV-2 and Euro 5 standards.

    Additional 66 hp comes from a twin-scoll turbocharger and an air-to-air intercooler, making the total of 204 hp. The turbo also improves the torque, which is now 195 lb-ft. At 'the 11th Hyundai-Kia International Powertrain Conference' where Hyundai unveiled latest powertrain technologies, the Gamma 1.6 T-GDI engine achieved the best performance figures in its class. Featuring its maximum output of 204 hp as well as torque of 27.0kgf.m at 6,000 rpm and 1,750 rpm, the engine turned out to beat its formidable rivals.

    As for Hyundai Veloster, it could be a rocket carrying this engine while having a curb weight of just 2,600 pounds. The official announcement about the Veloster is expected from Hyundai as early as November 1 at SEMA.

    Hyundai is Rumored to Develop a Rival to Sport Cars
    Hyundai is Rumored to Develop a Rival to Sport Cars

    Currently Hyundai, a member of Hyundai Kia Automotive Group, is a subject for speculations. It is said that the efforts of the South Korean automaker are aimed at drawing a new supercar to beat such competitors as the Nissan GT-R, Chevy Corvette Z06, Jaguar XK, Porsche 911 and BMW 650i. However, the officials of the company denied this speculation and called it "scurrilous nonsense" according to Inside Line.

    One of the grounds for such talks is the success of Hyundai vehicles and their ability to withstand the rigorous competition. Once the auto manufacturer unveiled both Genesis coupe and sedan, the Infiniti G37 and BMW 5 Series were almost kicked off the track. When the Equus appeared on the stage, Mercedes felt that S-Class model got a serious rival. Now it is Chevy, Nissan and Porsche turn.

    The supercar is rumored to be equipped with the Hyundai new all-aluminum 5.0-liter V8 engine, that is hidden under the hood of the Genesis R-Spec sedan, which delivers 429 hp and 376 lb-ft of torque. This believing is based on the fact that the more expensive Equus will be offered with the same power unit. The type of transmission is also a subject for talks. Now Hyundai has the six-speed manual and automatic gearboxes. They are designed to be mated with the V6 and are not suitable for the V8 engine. The Hyundai Voloster hatchback will be delivered with the one similar to a twin-clutch automanual. In case the future model is designed as a rear-drive vehicle, this unit will be improper decision.

    Being self-belief and confident in success, Hyundai is busy with this project, if it is true, to pump up its performance credentials and improve image. The expected price of the future model is to be about $100,000.

    Hyundai Reveals CURB Concept to Attract Younger Audience
    Hyundai Reveals CURB Concept to Attract Younger Audience

    In addition to the youth-targeted Veloster, Hyundai introduced their new urban-style CURB crossover concept at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show.

    The vehicle is described as the one for "Generation Y living an urban lifestyle with an active night life." Under the hood this furious sport-cross model holds a direct-injection turbocharged 1.6L 4-cylinder engine producing 175 hp and a dual clutch transmission. Fuel consumption is estimated 30 mpg city and 40 on the highway.

    To meet the requirements of modern fever for technology, the CURB crossover will feature a rich electronic stuffing, like touchscreens and heads-up displays. The futuristic interior design well matches the hi-tech layout.

    The CURB is a concept, so naturally there are no production plans so far. However, looking like a real competitor for the Nissan Juke, the Hyundai CURB has strong chances to make it to production in the nearest future.