Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Hyundai Accent RB concept car unveiled at the 2010 Moscow Auto Show

Hyundai reveals stunning sub-compact concept sedan called Hyundai Accent RB!

Hyundai continues its market onslaught with new production and concept cars. Today, the South Korean largest carmaker unveiled its latest concept car named Accent RB. The model made its official premiere on the opening day of the 2010 Moscow International Auto Show.

The represents vision of the automaker's upcoming sub-compact car, which will hit the roads early next year. The RB concept car features attractive exterior design influenced by Hyundai's latest design philosophy called "Fluidic Sculpture". It also takes some styling cues from its bigger brother, the 2011 Sonata sedan.

The concept car looks really impressive thanks to its large hexagonal front grill, L-shaped fog lamps and attractively styled headlamps. At rear, the Accent RB concept features dual tail-pipes and LED tail-lights. Large 18-inch alloys wheels are rounding up the luxurious and exquisite appearance of the concept vehicle.

Production of the new Accent is not far away, says Hyundai. The 2011 Accent is expected is expected to hit the roads (in Russia) in spring next year, while US sales are rumored to commence in the first half of 2011. When the model hits the showroom-floor, it will be available with 1.4L and 1.6L four-cylinder engines with power output ranging from 109 to 124 horsepower. Manual or automatic transmissions are both available.

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