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  1. HELP & ADVICE

    HI all, my name is Tony and new to the forum. Anyways i`m driving a Hyundai ix35 SE Nav on a 64 plate and have a problem with my rear right tail light which is the LED facelift style. The problem is the LEDs work when i operate the brakes but dont work as the tail light. Having taken the unit off the bodywork i noticed that the unit is cracked vertically all the way round and the previous owner has tried to bodge it back together with what looks like Araldite glue. Due to being cracked a lot of moisture has built up inside over time, so i`m assuming that some of this moisture has got on to the PCB board and affected that particular circuit. I wondering if anyone out there knows if the PCB board can be repaired, or a decent Auto breakers to buy a replacement unit. I have tried quite a few breakers in my area to no avail and Ebay with no luck at the moment. I really dont feel like shelling out £377, YES £377 for a replacement from Hyundai. i havent bothered to go down the warranty road with Hyundai as i cannot see them paying out for a damaged light unit (which i should of spotted when i bought the car!!!) so any help or advice would be gratefully appreciated thanks.
  2. Power loss

    Hi, Hope someone can help. When my Ix35 is warmed up, once I rev over 3000rpm I feel a loss of power. The car will not rev over 3000rpm and feels like it is in limp mode. If I turn the engine off and restart then it is fine until I rev over 3000rpm. No engine light comes on. steven
  3. Hi All, New here, have a question for you ix35 owners. Recently got an 2013 ix25 and the bluetooth worked just fine for a while, but recently is't just not there anymore, all of a sudden. Paired my phone with it, used it for a few days/a week, listened to music/podcasts, but one morning the bt won't just turn on anymore, when I start the car. Was curious if anyone else had this problem and what can I do about it, until I go back to the dealership I got the car from. Is there something that I can "reset", "turn off and back on", anyone has any idea? I would rather try some simple things first if possible, until I go back with the car for this. Checked the phone, seems to be ok, can connect to other BT devices, connects to my watch all the time. Tried turning BT off and back on just to be sure, done the entire "search mode" thingy - nothing. The BT logo in the main unit's screen is just not there anymore, like it was when it was working. If anyone has any ideas i can try, would really appreciate it. Thank you. George
  4. Hey guys I'm new to the forum. I bought a 62 plate ix35 just over a year ago from Arnold Clark. its just a 1.6 petrol so not much power but enough for what i need and i would of thought that it will be the same method on the different trim models. So the time has come that i needed to have a tow bar as my old work horse Pajero was no longer with us. I'm not towing heavy things anymore just a small trailer with the motor bike on ect. Anyway so the time has come and to order and fit one. i hunted online and couldn't find much about them and any guides or how too's. Its pretty straight forward and you only need a few basic tools to do the job. I called the dealer i got the car from just out of interest to see how much it would cost to have one fitted they quoted £450 for a fixed and £600+ for a detachable one. I was worried that the tow ball would effect the reversing sensors so i thought id need to go for a detachable one but at that price their was no way i was going to pay that. I risked it and went for a fixed one as i can turn the sensors off from inside the car turns out the fixed one doesn't effect the operation of then sensors at all. The job itself us super easy. Only thing i was nervous about was the wiring side like splicing into the wiring loom. So i started looking at vehicle specific wiring looms for the tow bar electrics. But at just under £200 that was also a no go. Now it would be a different story had i been needing a 13 pin trailer socket with the ability of trailer stability function but i don't. If you haven't done this before I would recommend allowing a day to carry out the work so that you are not stressed and rushing. I fitted the tow bar in a evening after work but had to stop as it got dark and then did the wiring the following day which took me 3 hours taking my time. So my reason for this post is to hopefully help people in the future do it them self's and not have to pay dealer prices. Theirs not much on the net about this so hopefully somebody finds this useful. First off id like to say you do this entirely at your own risk. Cause any damage to your car its not my fault I have listed what wires go to what plugs this is what it was on my car i guess their is a chance the same car could be different i doubt it but double check each wire it only takes 2 secs and eliminates the risk of frying your electrics or blowing a fuse. I bought a Witter tow bar off ebay for £130 + postage. It came with the the 7 pin plug and the cable to take it up into the car. I also had to buy a bypass relay for £16 that came with the wires to splice into the loom and all the scotch locks, fuse ect. So the tow bar arrived in a big box a few days later their is all the bits and bobs and some basic instructions. When fitting the tow bar leave all bolts loose until everything is fitted and then tighten and torque up!!! So to start they recommend you drop the exhaust back box off its hangers. You don't need to bother with doing this. the tow bar squeezes up just fine without it although their is 3 small Phillips head screws holding the bottom of the bumper in i removed them to allow flex of the plastic bumper for tightening the bolts. Their is 2 brackets that you bolt into the chassis legs with 4 bolts. The chassis legs are pre threaded so the bolts just go straight in. The mount on the left hand side went in no bother for me but the one on the right was a total pig. Because Hyundai pre thread them but don't cap them they just rust in the threads i had to use a tap and dye set to clean the threads up a little but you could use a sacrificial bolt to try clean them up. Now for this particular kit they bolt in with M10 x 30 x 1.25 , Lock washers and O.D flat washers and bolts torqued to 52Nm. Once the brackets are fitted you have to slot the bar up in between the brackets and bolt it up with the M12 x 35 x 1.75 with lock nut washers and 25mm O.D flat washers and then torqued to 80Nm Now their is the neck to fit to fit it is held in place with two packer plates and 2 M12 x 100 x 1.75 bolts and Nyloc nuts torqued to 80Nm. Now fit the plate and the tow ball to the neck with the M16 x 50 x 2.0 and lock washers and nut. and Torque to 200Nm. what i have written their is what the instructions recommended but i actually fitted the tow bar ball and neck to the tow bar before fitting the bar to the brackets. That's the easy bit done. Now this bit requires a little bit of thought and much easier with 2 people. Most of all the work is done on the left hand side of the boot. I had read that their is a grey plug that you can take all the feeds from but i couldn't see anything so i took it from the rear light cluster plugs. wrap the trailer plug cable round the tow bar once or twice and route it to the left hand side of the vehicle. Open the boot and remove the floor and spare wheel ect. their is a plastic trim where the boot catch is, to remove this their is 3 Phillips head screws that are on poppers you may need a trim leaver to lever them out or just pull them out, now pull that plastic trim off its on poppers so it will pop off, now on the left hand side their is two small Phillips screws at the bottom of the left hand trim panel remove them and pull out the trim. same again its on poppers but it will come free just pull it. you wont get the whole trim off because of the rear seat but fold it forward and you'll be able to pull it out far enough to get access. Their is 12v socket at trim light disconnect them to allow a little extra movement. Remove the rear left light with the two Phillips head screws that hold it in place and disconnect the plug and lay to one side. Push out the rubber gromit and pull the cable into the boot where you can work on it. Now comes the bit i wasn't looking forward to finding what wire does what. Just take your time. i'm about to list what wires did what on my car and the particular bypass relay i had so hopefully it will help you but i strongly suggest that you check each wire yourself before you get hacking away at wires. You need to push the black tow bar cable wire up the the gromit in the boot floor on the left hand side of the boot. Now strip back a little of the outer plastic protection to revel the different coloured wires. Put the correct wires into the correct plugs on the bypass relay plug 1 - Yellow 2 - Blue 3 - isn't plugged int the relay as it is a earth 4 - Green 5 - Brown 6 - Red 7 - Black Now that is the tow bar electrics connected to the bypass relay done. Easy right? Now you have to figure out when plug does what on the light cluster plug. Go switch on the hazard light and plug your volt meter or test light into the end of the plug to work out what cable does what. once you have found what cable does does the hazards/indicator just a case of matching them with the bypass relay and connecting them with the either the scotch locks or soldering them. On the left hand side of the car - Bypass relay - Car wirirng loom wire Yellow - White Red - Green & Black Black - Green On the right hand side of the car - Bypass relay - Car wirirng loom wire Green - Pink Brown - Black & Brown You will need to take take the right hand boot trim off and the light cluster out they are taken out exactly the same as the left hand side. Work out what cable does the indicator and what does their tail light and splice into the wires and run them across the boot neatly to the other side and connect into the bypass relay. The bypass relay needs a power supply as its a type of switch so connect the two earth cables that come out of the trailer electrics cable and the bypass relay to a length of wire and earth it onto the car somewhere suitable. i used one of the bolts that hold the top half of the trim on on the left hand side. splice into the positive cable to the 12v socket in your boot on the left hand side on my car its the blue wire and then connect into the positive feed into the bypass relay and your DONE! well close enough. Its just a case of using a bit of double sided tape like number pad fixing tape to fix that relay to the side of the car. Tidy up any wires and put everything back together in the reverse order of how you took it all apart. Then once all that's done plug in your trailer or trailer board or volt meter and try it out see if its all working. You will probably find that once their is a trailer connected or light bar that the relay has a beeping tone when indicating this is just to let you know their working. once disconnected it wont make any noise. When you are splicing into the cars loom splice into a bit of cable that sits inside the car where it is dry and away from the elements it helps to reduce the risk of any connections failing. Now you are finally done and get Towing! I hope that this is of use to somebody. I know it would have been very useful to me as i would have been able to relax a lot more when doing it.
  5. Independent test achieves longest journey on single tank of hydrogen ix35 Fuel Cell travels from Oslo to Malmö – a distance of 700 kilometres World’s first mass-produced fuel cell car continues to demonstrate the future of sustainable mobility Offenbach -- Hyundai Motor’s ix35 Fuel Cell has driven a record distance for a hydrogen-powered production car on a single tank, covering 700 kilometres across three countries. The economy drive was conducted by independent Norwegian non-profit eco-pioneers Marius Bornstein and Arnt G. Hartvig.The ix35 Fuel Cell, the world’s first mass-production fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), was driven between Oslo (Norway) and Malmö (Sweden) via Gothenburg (Sweden) and Copenhagen (Denmark). The journey took 10 hours to complete, at an average speed of 76 km/h, taking in city and highway driving. The pioneering vehicle was in production-standard specification, and exceeded its stated range of 594 kilometres, with the trip computer still indicating nearly 10 kilometres of range available at the journey’s conclusion. Marius Bornstein, said: “We had planned to finish in Copenhagen, but realised there was enough hydrogen left in the tank for a longer drive. When we arrived at the filling station in Malmö we still had a few kilometres of range remaining. To achieve this distance on just one tank of hydrogen shows the potential of this technology and the ability of the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell. I believe this is a world record.” In April 2012, the two drivers travelled from Oslo to Monaco in an ix35 Fuel Cell, a distance of 2260 kilometres, demonstrating the usability of fuel cell cars and the growing refuelling infrastructure. Frank Meijer, Head of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle at Hyundai Motor Europe, commented: “The distance travelled by the ix35 Fuel Cell demonstrates the viability and real-world benefits of hydrogen fuel cell technology – it’s an electric vehicle with long-distance range. Hyundai Motor is the first automaker to mass-produce fuel cell vehicles, and we continue to promote the growth of Europe’s hydrogen refuelling network.” As part of the Hydrogen For Innovative Vehicles (HyFIVE) initiative, recently established to grow Europe’s refuelling infrastructure, a hydrogen station was opened in Malmö in June 2014. As part of HyFIVE, 110 fuel-cell vehicles from five manufacturers will be delivered to customers across Europe, including 75 from Hyundai Motor. The Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell is the latest model from a development programme that began in 1998, and continues at the company’s dedicated fuel cell research centre at its Eco Technology Research Institute in Korea. In January 2013 the company became the world’s first automaker to begin mass production of zero-emission, hydrogen-powered vehicles, underlining its position as a world-leader in the development of fuel cell technology. Click here to view the news
  6. Independent test achieves longest journey on single tank of hydrogen ix35 Fuel Cell travels from Oslo to Malmö – a distance of 700 kilometres World’s first mass-produced fuel cell car continues to demonstrate the future of sustainable mobility Offenbach -- Hyundai Motor’s ix35 Fuel Cell has driven a record distance for a hydrogen-powered production car on a single tank, covering 700 kilometres across three countries. The economy drive was conducted by independent Norwegian non-profit eco-pioneers Marius Bornstein and Arnt G. Hartvig. The ix35 Fuel Cell, the world’s first mass-production fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), was driven between Oslo (Norway) and Malmö (Sweden) via Gothenburg (Sweden) and Copenhagen (Denmark). The journey took 10 hours to complete, at an average speed of 76 km/h, taking in city and highway driving. The pioneering vehicle was in production-standard specification, and exceeded its stated range of 594 kilometres, with the trip computer still indicating nearly 10 kilometres of range available at the journey’s conclusion. Marius Bornstein, said: “We had planned to finish in Copenhagen, but realised there was enough hydrogen left in the tank for a longer drive. When we arrived at the filling station in Malmö we still had a few kilometres of range remaining. To achieve this distance on just one tank of hydrogen shows the potential of this technology and the ability of the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell. I believe this is a world record.” In April 2012, the two drivers travelled from Oslo to Monaco in an ix35 Fuel Cell, a distance of 2260 kilometres, demonstrating the usability of fuel cell cars and the growing refuelling infrastructure. Frank Meijer, Head of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle at Hyundai Motor Europe, commented: “The distance travelled by the ix35 Fuel Cell demonstrates the viability and real-world benefits of hydrogen fuel cell technology – it’s an electric vehicle with long-distance range. Hyundai Motor is the first automaker to mass-produce fuel cell vehicles, and we continue to promote the growth of Europe’s hydrogen refuelling network.” As part of the Hydrogen For Innovative Vehicles (HyFIVE) initiative, recently established to grow Europe’s refuelling infrastructure, a hydrogen station was opened in Malmö in June 2014. As part of HyFIVE, 110 fuel-cell vehicles from five manufacturers will be delivered to customers across Europe, including 75 from Hyundai Motor. The Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell is the latest model from a development programme that began in 1998, and continues at the company’s dedicated fuel cell research centre at its Eco Technology Research Institute in Korea. In January 2013 the company became the world’s first automaker to begin mass production of zero-emission, hydrogen-powered vehicles, underlining its position as a world-leader in the development of fuel cell technology.
  7. Hyundai and Copa90 are offering travelling football fans the chance to get free lifts in the ‘World Cup Taxi’ by tweeting @Hyundai_UK or @Copa90 and including #WorldCupTaxi ‘Maya’s World Cup City Guides’, presented by Maya Jama, offers fans ultimate guides to FIFA World Cup Brazil™ host cities - available to view now on the High Wycombe – As football fever spreads across the globe with the kick off of the FIFA World Cup Brazil™, YouTube’s largest independent football channel Copa90, and FIFA World Cup™ Official Partner Hyundai, are offering football fans a series of free rides and ultimate city guides in a Hyundai ix35 in Brazil. Following the success of Maya’s World Cup City Guides, Hyundai and Copa90 have just launched a new series called ‘World Cup Taxi’ - launch film .World Cup Taxi is a tournament-long series where fans share their FIFA World Cup™football experiences with Copa90 personalities - Maya Jama and Tom Deacon. The duo will be travelling around Brazilian FIFA World Cup™ cities in a Hyundai ix35 taxi to discover the best fans, parties and football stories. And for fans looking to travel somewhere special during their time in Brazil - they can tweet @Hyundai_UK or @Copa90 with #WorldCupTaxi for a chance to grab a free ride. And there might just be a few famous faces in the back of the taxi too… ‘Maya’s World Cup City Guides’ is a video series of guides to all 12 FIFA World Cup™ host cities. Hyundai and Copa90 challenged model and presenter, Maya Jama, to visit all 12 match cities in just 32 days - the duration of the tournament. She was asked to get right into the heart of Brazil – its people, its culture, its passion, and why football means so much. The guides are now all available to view on the .Each guide delves deep into the sights and sounds of the host cities. From Rio de Janeiro to Manaus, they offer recommendations for eating, drinking, sleeping, dancing, playing football and even for football-themed haircuts! For those watching the games at home, the city guides offer a unique insight into what it’s like to be a football fan in Brazil and just why Brazilians are so in love with the beautiful game. Both shows can be viewed on Copa90 YouTube channel and Xbox.
  8. Hyundai and Copa90 are offering travelling football fans the chance to get free lifts in the ‘World Cup Taxi’ by tweeting @Hyundai_UK or @Copa90 and including #WorldCupTaxi ‘Maya’s World Cup City Guides’, presented by Maya Jama, offers fans ultimate guides to FIFA World Cup Brazil™ host cities - available to view now on the High Wycombe – As football fever spreads across the globe with the kick off of the FIFA World Cup Brazil™, YouTube’s largest independent football channel Copa90, and FIFA World Cup™ Official Partner Hyundai, are offering football fans a series of free rides and ultimate city guides in a Hyundai ix35 in Brazil.Following the success of Maya’s World Cup City Guides, Hyundai and Copa90 have just launched a new series called ‘World Cup Taxi’ - launch film .World Cup Taxi is a tournament-long series where fans share their FIFA World Cup™football experiences with Copa90 personalities - Maya Jama and Tom Deacon. The duo will be travelling around Brazilian FIFA World Cup™ cities in a Hyundai ix35 taxi to discover the best fans, parties and football stories. And for fans looking to travel somewhere special during their time in Brazil - they can tweet @Hyundai_UK or @Copa90 with #WorldCupTaxi for a chance to grab a free ride. And there might just be a few famous faces in the back of the taxi too… ‘Maya’s World Cup City Guides’ is a video series of guides to all 12 FIFA World Cup™ host cities. Hyundai and Copa90 challenged model and presenter, Maya Jama, to visit all 12 match cities in just 32 days - the duration of the tournament. She was asked to get right into the heart of Brazil – its people, its culture, its passion, and why football means so much. The guides are now all available to view on the .Each guide delves deep into the sights and sounds of the host cities. From Rio de Janeiro to Manaus, they offer recommendations for eating, drinking, sleeping, dancing, playing football and even for football-themed haircuts! For those watching the games at home, the city guides offer a unique insight into what it’s like to be a football fan in Brazil and just why Brazilians are so in love with the beautiful game. Both shows can be viewed on Copa90 YouTube channel and Xbox. Click here to view the news
  9. Hyundai UK announces collaboration with London College of Fashion (LCF) to drive brand awareness of fuel cell vehicles and give students platform to showcase their creativity Students will create a ‘Mobile Marketing Campaign’ to communicate key benefits of Hyundai’s zero-emission ix35 Fuel Cell vehicle Winning visuals to be applied to ten Hyundai ix35 vehicles which will chauffeur VIPs during LCF Undergraduate show season in June 2014 Follow the story on twitter: @Hyundai_UK @LCFLondon #LCFxHyundai London - Hyundai UK today announces an innovative collaboration with London College of Fashion (LCF). This will see talented students drive brand awareness for the zero-emission Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell vehicle.This exciting partnership called ‘Fashioned Fuel Cell’, will simultaneously facilitate a high-profile ‘mobile marketing’ campaign. It will allow LCF students to showcase their creativity while promoting the benefits of the world’s first production fuel cell car – the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell which emits only water vapour. The co-curricular project has 159 students participating from across the college. They have been commissioned to design an innovative 2D visual campaign that articulates the following campaign message: ‘Using fashion as a discipline to drive brand awareness and change, build a sustainable future and improve the way we live our lives’. Rob Lakin, Creative Director for the School of Management and Science at LCF, said: “LCF’s collaboration with Hyundai is a fantastic opportunity for our students and their response to the project has been amazing. I am excited to see the work the students produce and ultimately the finished Hyundai ix35s driving around London during LCF’s BA season.” Through a selection process, identified student campaigns will be converted into high quality, digitally printed vinyl. They will then be applied to ten standard Hyundai ix35 cars by an external vehicle wrapping specialist. The ix35s will chauffeur VIPs, including industry, sponsors, celebrities and press, during the LCF Undergraduate show season in June 2014. Tony Whitehorn, Hyundai UK’s President & CEO, commented: “We are delighted to be collaborating with London College of Fashion. This project will allow students to not only showcase their work around London, but also help raise awareness and educate people about technology that has the potential to genuinely change the world in which we live. “The ix35 Fuel Cell delivers performance comparable to conventionally-powered cars, together with usable range, short refuelling times and low noise levels, while emitting only water vapour. “The time is now right for hydrogen-powered vehicles and we welcome the announcement from the UK Government, through the Office for Low Emission Vehicles, that it wishes to position the UK as a lead market for the introduction of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles.” Dilys Williams, Director of Centre for Sustainable Fashion (CSF) at LCF, commented: "Hyundai, in collaboration with LCF and CSF, are asking students to create a means to stand up for the values of our times.” Having the opportunity to cross-reference our transformative thinking with Hyundai’s is a fantastic opportunity. These cars will be dressed to represent the future that we could have if we engage collective ingenuity.” Winning campaigns will be revealed in due course. Click here to view the news
  10. Hyundai UK announces collaboration with London College of Fashion (LCF) to drive brand awareness of fuel cell vehicles and give students platform to showcase their creativity Students will create a ‘Mobile Marketing Campaign’ to communicate key benefits of Hyundai’s zero-emission ix35 Fuel Cell vehicle Winning visuals to be applied to ten Hyundai ix35 vehicles which will chauffeur VIPs during LCF Undergraduate show season in June 2014 Follow the story on twitter: @Hyundai_UK @LCFLondon #LCFxHyundai London - Hyundai UK today announces an innovative collaboration with London College of Fashion (LCF). This will see talented students drive brand awareness for the zero-emission Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell vehicle. This exciting partnership called ‘Fashioned Fuel Cell’, will simultaneously facilitate a high-profile ‘mobile marketing’ campaign. It will allow LCF students to showcase their creativity while promoting the benefits of the world’s first production fuel cell car – the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell which emits only water vapour. The co-curricular project has 159 students participating from across the college. They have been commissioned to design an innovative 2D visual campaign that articulates the following campaign message: ‘Using fashion as a discipline to drive brand awareness and change, build a sustainable future and improve the way we live our lives’. Rob Lakin, Creative Director for the School of Management and Science at LCF, said: “LCF’s collaboration with Hyundai is a fantastic opportunity for our students and their response to the project has been amazing. I am excited to see the work the students produce and ultimately the finished Hyundai ix35s driving around London during LCF’s BA season.” Through a selection process, identified student campaigns will be converted into high quality, digitally printed vinyl. They will then be applied to ten standard Hyundai ix35 cars by an external vehicle wrapping specialist. The ix35s will chauffeur VIPs, including industry, sponsors, celebrities and press, during the LCF Undergraduate show season in June 2014. Tony Whitehorn, Hyundai UK’s President & CEO, commented: “We are delighted to be collaborating with London College of Fashion. This project will allow students to not only showcase their work around London, but also help raise awareness and educate people about technology that has the potential to genuinely change the world in which we live. “The ix35 Fuel Cell delivers performance comparable to conventionally-powered cars, together with usable range, short refuelling times and low noise levels, while emitting only water vapour. “The time is now right for hydrogen-powered vehicles and we welcome the announcement from the UK Government, through the Office for Low Emission Vehicles, that it wishes to position the UK as a lead market for the introduction of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles.” Dilys Williams, Director of Centre for Sustainable Fashion (CSF) at LCF, commented: "Hyundai, in collaboration with LCF and CSF, are asking students to create a means to stand up for the values of our times.” Having the opportunity to cross-reference our transformative thinking with Hyundai’s is a fantastic opportunity. These cars will be dressed to represent the future that we could have if we engage collective ingenuity.” Winning campaigns will be revealed in due course.
  11. Go! and Go! SE editions of popular compact SUV offer additional value Enhanced specification includes equipment unavailable on other models Numbers limited to 550 examples of Go! and 150 examples of Go! SE Go! adds £1,540 of additional equipment for £650 price premium Go! SE features £805 of additional equipment with £650 lower price Also available i30 hatchback Go! SE and Go! SE Panorama Special editions continue Hyundai’s long-term official partnership with FIFA High Wycombe – Hyundai, an official FIFA partner, is kicking off its preparations for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil by launching special edition versions of its highly popular ix35 and i30 models.Both models feature new styling enhancements that commemorate the world’s biggest sporting event, including distinctive and dynamic Go! badging and dark exterior elements that complement the available exterior colours: Creamy White and Phantom Black for ix35 and Creamy White, Sleek Silver and Steel Grey on the i30. A heightened specification, including equipment unavailable on other ix35 and i30 models, adds significant further value. Tony Whitehorn, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor UK, commented: “We are delighted to be the Official Partner of the 2014 FIFA World Cup and these new special edition models are the ideal way to kick-off our preparations and to deliver great value to our customers.” The new ix35 special edition models both utilise the most popular drivetrain available, comprising the efficient and smooth 1.7 CRDi diesel engine, 2WD transmission and six-speed manual gearbox. The ix35 Go! adds more than £1,500 of equipment to the specification of the ix35 SE on which it is based for a £650 premium. Added features include 18” alloy wheels, panorama sunroof and privacy glass. The ix35 Go! SEis based on the well-equipped ix35 Premium Panorama, adding equipment such as heated steering wheel, front parking sensors and Tyre Pressure Monitoring System with individual low tyre pressure warning. The Go! SE is priced at £650 less than the model on which it is based, while adding more than £800 in specification. Both special edition models feature black gloss door mirrors and Go! badges on the door pillars. Just 550 units of the ix35 Go! will be made available, priced at £20,750 OTR; only 150 units of the ix35 Go! SE will be available, priced at £23,000 OTR. Also available are the i30 Go! SE and Go! SE Panorama editions – based on the 5-door hatchback. The Go! SE will be available on the 1.4 100PS petrol and the 1.6 CRDi 110PS diesel derivatives from £16,000 OTR whilst the Go! SE Panorama is available on the 1.6 120PS Petrol and the 1.6 CRDi 110PS diesel variants from £17,300 OTR. All will feature the 6-speed manual transmission only. Both the Go! SE and Go! SE Panorama models will be available with the Go! Badge, alloy wheels, electric folding black gloss exterior door mirrors with integral LED indicators, privacy glass, anti-trap mechanism on all electric windows and LED tail lights. The Go! SE Panorama benefits from panoramic sunroof and 17” alloy wheels. These new special edition models will raise awareness of Hyundai Motor’s long-standing partnership with FIFA in the lead-up to the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Hyundai’s relationship with international football began in 1999 and Hyundai has committed to maintain its role as official Automotive Partner of FIFA until 2022. Click here to view the news
  12. Go! and Go! SE editions of popular compact SUV offer additional value Enhanced specification includes equipment unavailable on other models Numbers limited to 550 examples of Go! and 150 examples of Go! SE Go! adds £1,540 of additional equipment for £650 price premium Go! SE features £805 of additional equipment with £650 lower price Also available i30 hatchback Go! SE and Go! SE Panorama Special editions continue Hyundai’s long-term official partnership with FIFA High Wycombe – Hyundai, an official FIFA partner, is kicking off its preparations for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil by launching special edition versions of its highly popular ix35 and i30 models. Both models feature new styling enhancements that commemorate the world’s biggest sporting event, including distinctive and dynamic Go! badging and dark exterior elements that complement the available exterior colours: Creamy White and Phantom Black for ix35 and Creamy White, Sleek Silver and Steel Grey on the i30. A heightened specification, including equipment unavailable on other ix35 and i30 models, adds significant further value. Tony Whitehorn, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor UK, commented: “We are delighted to be the Official Partner of the 2014 FIFA World Cup and these new special edition models are the ideal way to kick-off our preparations and to deliver great value to our customers.” The new ix35 special edition models both utilise the most popular drivetrain available, comprising the efficient and smooth 1.7 CRDi diesel engine, 2WD transmission and six-speed manual gearbox. The ix35 Go! adds more than £1,500 of equipment to the specification of the ix35 SE on which it is based for a £650 premium. Added features include 18” alloy wheels, panorama sunroof and privacy glass. The ix35 Go! SEis based on the well-equipped ix35 Premium Panorama, adding equipment such as heated steering wheel, front parking sensors and Tyre Pressure Monitoring System with individual low tyre pressure warning. The Go! SE is priced at £650 less than the model on which it is based, while adding more than £800 in specification. Both special edition models feature black gloss door mirrors and Go! badges on the door pillars. Just 550 units of the ix35 Go! will be made available, priced at £20,750 OTR; only 150 units of the ix35 Go! SE will be available, priced at £23,000 OTR. Also available are the i30 Go! SE and Go! SE Panorama editions – based on the 5-door hatchback. The Go! SE will be available on the 1.4 100PS petrol and the 1.6 CRDi 110PS diesel derivatives from £16,000 OTR whilst the Go! SE Panorama is available on the 1.6 120PS Petrol and the 1.6 CRDi 110PS diesel variants from £17,300 OTR. All will feature the 6-speed manual transmission only. Both the Go! SE and Go! SE Panorama models will be available with the Go! Badge, alloy wheels, electric folding black gloss exterior door mirrors with integral LED indicators, privacy glass, anti-trap mechanism on all electric windows and LED tail lights. The Go! SE Panorama benefits from panoramic sunroof and 17” alloy wheels. These new special edition models will raise awareness of Hyundai Motor’s long-standing partnership with FIFA in the lead-up to the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Hyundai’s relationship with international football began in 1999 and Hyundai has committed to maintain its role as official Automotive Partner of FIFA until 2022.
  13. World’s first mass-produced fuel cell electric vehicle continues key role in 2014 Hydrogen-powered ix35 Fuel Cell will be driven by European officials Offenbach – Hyundai Motor’s ix35 Fuel Cell has been selected for the third consecutive year by the European Commission-backed Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) to demonstrate the real-world benefits of hydrogen fuel cell technology.Two examples of the ix35 Fuel Cell, the world’s first mass production fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), will be driven during 2014 by Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), European Commissioners, EU officials and other policymakers in the EU. Hyundai Motor has leased a hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicle to the FCH JU since October 2011. Over the course of the last two years, the ix35 Fuel Cell has been presented to EU decision-makers, stakeholders and the general public at a number of demonstration drives and public events across Europe. Byung Kwon Rhim, President of Hyundai Motor Europe, commented: “The fact that the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell has been chosen for a third consecutive year underlines the vehicle’s pioneering approach to clean mobility solutions. Hyundai Motor and our colleagues at the FCH-JU will continue to work together to promote the benefits and advantages of hydrogen and fuel cell technology.” Examples of the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell are already being leased by public and private fleets, primarily in Europe, where the European Union has established a hydrogen road map and initiated construction of hydrogen fuelling stations. Public authorities in Denmark, Germany, Norway and Sweden, as well as private fleets in France, Denmark and Finland, have already taken delivery of ix35 Fuel Cell cars. In April 2014, Hyundai Motor announced its plan to deliver 75 units of ix35 Fuel Cell as part of the largest ever pan-European fuel-cell passenger car project. The Hydrogen for Innovative Vehicles (HyFIVE) project, funded by FCH JU, will see deliveries made in Bolzano (Italy), Copenhagen (Denmark), Innsbruck (Austria), London (UK), Munich and Stuttgart (Germany). As part of the project, the existing pan-European refuelling infrastructure will be expanded significantly, providing greater choice and convenience to early adopters of FCEV technology. The Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell represents the culmination of an FCEV development programme that began in 1998, and continues at the company’s dedicated fuel cell research centre at its Eco Technology Research Institute in Korea. In January 2013 the company became the world’s first automaker to begin mass production of zero-emission, hydrogen-powered vehicles, underlining its position as a world-leader in the development of fuel cell technology. Click here to view the news
  14. World’s first mass-produced fuel cell electric vehicle continues key role in 2014 Hydrogen-powered ix35 Fuel Cell will be driven by European officials Offenbach – Hyundai Motor’s ix35 Fuel Cell has been selected for the third consecutive year by the European Commission-backed Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) to demonstrate the real-world benefits of hydrogen fuel cell technology. Two examples of the ix35 Fuel Cell, the world’s first mass production fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), will be driven during 2014 by Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), European Commissioners, EU officials and other policymakers in the EU. Hyundai Motor has leased a hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicle to the FCH JU since October 2011. Over the course of the last two years, the ix35 Fuel Cell has been presented to EU decision-makers, stakeholders and the general public at a number of demonstration drives and public events across Europe. Byung Kwon Rhim, President of Hyundai Motor Europe, commented: “The fact that the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell has been chosen for a third consecutive year underlines the vehicle’s pioneering approach to clean mobility solutions. Hyundai Motor and our colleagues at the FCH-JU will continue to work together to promote the benefits and advantages of hydrogen and fuel cell technology.” Examples of the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell are already being leased by public and private fleets, primarily in Europe, where the European Union has established a hydrogen road map and initiated construction of hydrogen fuelling stations. Public authorities in Denmark, Germany, Norway and Sweden, as well as private fleets in France, Denmark and Finland, have already taken delivery of ix35 Fuel Cell cars. In April 2014, Hyundai Motor announced its plan to deliver 75 units of ix35 Fuel Cell as part of the largest ever pan-European fuel-cell passenger car project. The Hydrogen for Innovative Vehicles (HyFIVE) project, funded by FCH JU, will see deliveries made in Bolzano (Italy), Copenhagen (Denmark), Innsbruck (Austria), London (UK), Munich and Stuttgart (Germany). As part of the project, the existing pan-European refuelling infrastructure will be expanded significantly, providing greater choice and convenience to early adopters of FCEV technology. The Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell represents the culmination of an FCEV development programme that began in 1998, and continues at the company’s dedicated fuel cell research centre at its Eco Technology Research Institute in Korea. In January 2013 the company became the world’s first automaker to begin mass production of zero-emission, hydrogen-powered vehicles, underlining its position as a world-leader in the development of fuel cell technology.
  15. World’s first mass produced Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell continues key role in 2014 Hydrogen-powered ix35 Fuel Cell vehicles will be driven by European officials Hyundai Motor’s ix35 Fuel Cell has been selected for the third consecutive year by the European Commission-backed Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) to demonstrate the real-world benefits of hydrogen fuel cell technology. Two examples of the ix35 Fuel Cell, the world’s first mass production fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), will be driven during 2014 by Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), European Commissioners, EU officials and other policymakers in Brussels. Hyundai Motor has leased a hydrogen-powered fuel cell car to the FCH JU since October 2011. Over the course of the last two years, the ix35 Fuel Cell has been presented to EU decision-makers, stakeholders and the general public at a number of demonstration drives and public events across Europe. Byung Kwon Rhim, President of Hyundai Motor Europe, commented: “The fact that the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell has been chosen for a third consecutive year underlines the vehicle’s pioneering approach to clean mobility solutions. Hyundai Motor and our colleagues at the FCH-JU will continue to work together to promote the benefits and advantages of hydrogen and fuel cell technology.” “The visibility of the fuel cell and hydrogen technology in a market-ready product, together with the ability to experience, hands-on, driving the fuel cell car, are of crucial importance to make key stakeholders understand that fuel cells and hydrogen are technologies for today”, said Bert De Colvenaer, Executive Director of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking Examples of the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell are already being leased by public and private fleets, primarily in Europe, where the European Union has established a hydrogen road map and initiated construction of hydrogen fuelling stations. Public authorities in Denmark, France, Germany, Sweden and the UK have already taken deliveries of ix35 Fuel Cell cars. In April 2014, Hyundai Motor announced its plan to deliver 75 units of ix35 Fuel Cell as part of the largest ever pan-European fuel-cell passenger car project. The Hydrogen for Innovative Vehicles (HyFIVE) project, funded by FCH JU, will see deliveries made in Bolzano (Italy), Copenhagen (Denmark), Innsbruck (Austria), London (UK), Munich and Stuttgart (Germany). As part of the project, the existing pan-European refuelling infrastructure will be expanded significantly, providing greater choice and convenience to early adopters of FCEV technology. The Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell represents the culmination of a fuel cell development programme that began in 1998, and continues at the company’s dedicated fuel cell research centre at its Eco Technology Research Institute in Korea. In January 2013 the company became the world’s first automaker to begin mass production of zero-emission, hydrogen-powered vehicles, underlining its position as a world-leader in the development of fuel cell technology. Click here to view the news
  16. World’s first mass produced Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell continues key role in 2014 Hydrogen-powered ix35 Fuel Cell vehicles will be driven by European officials Hyundai Motor’s ix35 Fuel Cell has been selected for the third consecutive year by the European Commission-backed Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) to demonstrate the real-world benefits of hydrogen fuel cell technology. Two examples of the ix35 Fuel Cell, the world’s first mass production fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), will be driven during 2014 by Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), European Commissioners, EU officials and other policymakers in Brussels. Hyundai Motor has leased a hydrogen-powered fuel cell car to the FCH JU since October 2011. Over the course of the last two years, the ix35 Fuel Cell has been presented to EU decision-makers, stakeholders and the general public at a number of demonstration drives and public events across Europe. Byung Kwon Rhim, President of Hyundai Motor Europe, commented: “The fact that the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell has been chosen for a third consecutive year underlines the vehicle’s pioneering approach to clean mobility solutions. Hyundai Motor and our colleagues at the FCH-JU will continue to work together to promote the benefits and advantages of hydrogen and fuel cell technology.” “The visibility of the fuel cell and hydrogen technology in a market-ready product, together with the ability to experience, hands-on, driving the fuel cell car, are of crucial importance to make key stakeholders understand that fuel cells and hydrogen are technologies for today”, said Bert De Colvenaer, Executive Director of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking Examples of the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell are already being leased by public and private fleets, primarily in Europe, where the European Union has established a hydrogen road map and initiated construction of hydrogen fuelling stations. Public authorities in Denmark, France, Germany, Sweden and the UK have already taken deliveries of ix35 Fuel Cell cars. In April 2014, Hyundai Motor announced its plan to deliver 75 units of ix35 Fuel Cell as part of the largest ever pan-European fuel-cell passenger car project. The Hydrogen for Innovative Vehicles (HyFIVE) project, funded by FCH JU, will see deliveries made in Bolzano (Italy), Copenhagen (Denmark), Innsbruck (Austria), London (UK), Munich and Stuttgart (Germany). As part of the project, the existing pan-European refuelling infrastructure will be expanded significantly, providing greater choice and convenience to early adopters of FCEV technology. The Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell represents the culmination of a fuel cell development programme that began in 1998, and continues at the company’s dedicated fuel cell research centre at its Eco Technology Research Institute in Korea. In January 2013 the company became the world’s first automaker to begin mass production of zero-emission, hydrogen-powered vehicles, underlining its position as a world-leader in the development of fuel cell technology.
  17. Partnership reinforces commitment to delivering sustainable future mobility Funding secured for delivery of ix35 Fuel Cell vehicles in six European cities HyFIVE project will support viability and uptake of fuel cell vehicles High Wycombe - Hyundai Motor aims to deliver 75 units of its pioneering hydrogen-powered ix35 Fuel Cell as part of the largest ever pan-European fuel-cell passenger car project. The Hydrogen For Innovative Vehicles (HyFIVE) project, funded by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, will see deliveries made in Bolzano, Copenhagen, Innsbruck, London, Munich and Stuttgart. President of Hyundai Motor Europe, Byung Kwon Rhim attended today’s launch of the new initiative at London’s City Hall, and set out the company’s commitment to developing and delivering mobility solutions that are innovative and sustainable. Hyundai Motor is the world’s first car manufacturer to assembly-line build hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. As part of the project, the existing pan-European re-fuelling infrastructure will be expanded significantly, providing greater choice and convenience to early adopters of fuel cell electric vehicle technology. President Rhim, on the launch of the project in London, commented: “Hyundai Motor has been a world leader in the development of hydrogen fuel-cell technology since 1998, and this latest partnership will help to further raise awareness of hydrogen power as a long-term transport solution. By delivering more vehicles for use on Europe’s roads, we will work with the other project partners to advance the awareness, understanding, viability and uptake of vehicles such as ix35 Fuel Cell.” The multi-million Euro HyFIVE project is being managed by the Greater London Authority. Partners include vehicle manufacturers BMW, Daimler, Honda and Toyota, and industrial gas companies Air Products, Copenhagen Hydrogen Network, ITM Power, Linde and OMV. Other signatories include energy consultancies and the European Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking. In total, the project aims to deliver 110 fuel-cell vehicles from the five manufacturers, including 75 from Hyundai Motor. Hyundai Motor has already supplied examples of the ix35 Fuel Cell to customers in Denmark, France, Germany, Sweden and the UK. The ix35 Fuel Cell emits only water from its tailpipe and is fitted with a 100 kW (136 ps) electric motor, allowing it to reach a maximum speed of 99mph. A pair of hydrogen tanks, located between the vehicle’s rear wheels, enable the vehicle to travel up to 369 miles on a single fuelling.
  18. Partnership reinforces commitment to delivering sustainable future mobility Funding secured for delivery of ix35 Fuel Cell vehicles in six European cities HyFIVE project will support viability and uptake of fuel cell vehicles High Wycombe - Hyundai Motor aims to deliver 75 units of its pioneering hydrogen-powered ix35 Fuel Cell as part of the largest ever pan-European fuel-cell passenger car project. The Hydrogen For Innovative Vehicles (HyFIVE) project, funded by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, will see deliveries made in Bolzano, Copenhagen, Innsbruck, London, Munich and Stuttgart.President of Hyundai Motor Europe, Byung Kwon Rhim attended today’s launch of the new initiative at London’s City Hall, and set out the company’s commitment to developing and delivering mobility solutions that are innovative and sustainable. Hyundai Motor is the world’s first car manufacturer to assembly-line build hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. As part of the project, the existing pan-European re-fuelling infrastructure will be expanded significantly, providing greater choice and convenience to early adopters of fuel cell electric vehicle technology. President Rhim, on the launch of the project in London, commented: “Hyundai Motor has been a world leader in the development of hydrogen fuel-cell technology since 1998, and this latest partnership will help to further raise awareness of hydrogen power as a long-term transport solution. By delivering more vehicles for use on Europe’s roads, we will work with the other project partners to advance the awareness, understanding, viability and uptake of vehicles such as ix35 Fuel Cell.” The multi-million Euro HyFIVE project is being managed by the Greater London Authority. Partners include vehicle manufacturers BMW, Daimler, Honda and Toyota, and industrial gas companies Air Products, Copenhagen Hydrogen Network, ITM Power, Linde and OMV. Other signatories include energy consultancies and the European Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking. In total, the project aims to deliver 110 fuel-cell vehicles from the five manufacturers, including 75 from Hyundai Motor. Hyundai Motor has already supplied examples of the ix35 Fuel Cell to customers in Denmark, France, Germany, Sweden and the UK. The ix35 Fuel Cell emits only water from its tailpipe and is fitted with a 100 kW (136 ps) electric motor, allowing it to reach a maximum speed of 99mph. A pair of hydrogen tanks, located between the vehicle’s rear wheels, enable the vehicle to travel up to 369 miles on a single fuelling. Click here to view the news
  19. I am considering to buy 2013 hyundai tucson gl (ix35). This is without the lcd screen and am thinking of installing a 7" android touch screen (apparently they are available in China). Any ideas whether it is compatible or not and whether it is a bad idea altogether?
  20. Hyundai enters fleet partnership with major UK support services company Enterprise PLC to supply 500 cars Mixture of new Hyundai i40 and New Generation i30 to join existing vehicle fleet Hyundai scores top marks for overall efficiency savings, cost of ownership plus potential future green technology Hyundai has secured a significant fleet conquest deal following the order to supply 500 new cars to Enterprise PLC. Enterprise PLC, a Blue Chip company and one of the UK’s largest providers of maintenance and front-line services to the public sector and utility industry, chose Hyundai as its preferred fleet supplier following an extensive evaluation process to find alternatives to help optimise its fleet efficiency. The new fleet will comprise of a mixture of Hyundai i40 and New Generation i30, which both boast the lowest BiK costs in their respective classes. The 110ps variant of the New Generation i30 emits just 97g/km CO2 – 18g/km less than the outgoing model. The new i40 meanwhile delivers class-leading fuel economy from 65.7mpg on the combined cycle, which equates to emissions from just 113g/km for a D-segment car. In addition to maintaining key infrastructure assets for utility companies, Enterprise PLC also provides frontline services to Local Authorities and Central Government organisations in the UK. Its 11,000 employees work across 170 locations in the UK and are collectively responsible for delivering local services and maintenance at stringent national standards. Hyundai has continuously highlighted its desire to lead the way in terms of long-term environmental sustainability for the auto industry, and models like the New Generation i30 and the i40 furthers the company’s commitment to delivering models with class-leading eco-performance. Martin Wilson, National Fleet Sales Manager at Hyundai Motor UK, said: “At Hyundai, we are continually growing and improving our entire fleet offering from the products that we sell to the support services we offer to customers. We are delighted that a Blue Chip company such as Enterprise PLC has chosen Hyundai and this further confirms that our products tick all the boxes for large fleet operators. We are looking forward to partnering with Enterprise PLC in helping them achieve greater fleet optimisation and efficiency.” Philip Preston, Commercial Director Operations at Enterprise PLC, said: “We conducted an in-depth investigation into whole life costs of our fleet, looking at vehicle emissions, BiK tax benefits and vehicle performance. Hyundai came out on top and offered the best overall package for us and our fleet operation. As a Group we are constantly striving to reduce energy consumption and emissions from our fleet and Hyundai’s current fleet products help us do that. In addition, we are also looking at a long-term fleet partner that can deliver alternative fuelled vehicles in future, and Hyundai’s ix35 FCEV is an exciting prospect for our future fleet.” The ix35 FCEV is Hyundai’s third-generation fuel cell vehicle and showcases the brand’s development on cutting-edge alternative fuels such as hydrogen. It features a standard petrol internal combustion engine and a hydrogen fuel cell stack to provide a driving range of 360 miles between fill-ups.
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