Reviews Hyundai extends long term with dancing and newville
e-mobility: CANOO shows electric pick-up truck in Bulli-Look
The technique of cars from CANOO is only in a skateboard. On the basis, a pick-up and a cunning camper are now created. © pr / canoo The car reminds of the old VW transporter. The Electric Startup Canoo has introduced the design of a pick-up. The basis is the company skateboard architecture, which can also set any construction. The US love martial pick-ups - the Canoo looks almost cuddly against this macho. In Germany he seems familiar, he reminds of the old VW Bullies with a rear flatbed.
ex-world champion Ott Tänak and the five-time Vizechampion Thierry Neuville also go in the coming years in the Rally World Cup for Hyundai At the start. As the South Korean manufacturer announced on Thursday, the contracts with the two drivers were extended in the long term. Thus, Tänak and Neuville also form the spearhead of the two-time world champion in the new Rallye1 generation of WRC.
Newville has been driving since the entry into Hyundais 2014 for the team stationed in the Bavarian Alzenau. Since then he continued at the top of the field with, but on his first World Cup title, the Belgian continues to wait.
Hyundai, Toyota and M-Sport are confessed until 2025 to the WRC hybrid era
© FIA WRC In the Hybrid era of the WRC, all three manufacturers aboard stay good news for the Rally World Championship (WRC): Toyota and M-Sport has now officially confirmed Hyundai his participation in the 2022 hybrid era of the WRC. In a joint explanation, the three manufacturers informed that they have concluded an agreement with the automotive world association FIA, which ensures their participation in the WRC up to and including 2025.
"apart from the fact that I feel good here, your commitment to sports and your goal of winning, convinced me to continue this journey that we started more than seven years ago," says Newville.
Tänak came to the season 2020 as an exercising world champion to Hyundai, but in the pre-season heavily shortened by the Corona Pandemic but the title defense. With the home win at the Rally Estonia he succeeded in the past year but also a highlight.
"Since 2020, we have experienced special moments as well as difficult times. During the past two years, I felt the dedication of the team and strive to succeed. I'm sure that everyone continues to achieve the limit," says Tänak.
Hyundai sets course for the future
by the contract extension with two of the best drivers in the WRC field are the course at Hyundai for the future. At the end of March, the South Koreans together with the two other manufacturers Toyota and M-Sport had known for the new regulations from 2022. At that time, an agreement had been signed with the World Association of Fia, which secures the participation of the three manufacturers up to at least 2025.
Participation Hyundais was not secured for a long time, only late the team got the release through the board. The objective will also be clear through personnel planning, only this week Hyundai secured the services of the top engineer Christian Loriaux of Rival M-Sport.
The WRC starts a new era in the coming year and first introduces electric drives as a supplement to the gasoline engines. The electric motor is developed by the German Compact Dynamics company.
2021 Hyundai Elantra vs. 2021 Nissan Sentra: Raising Expectations .
You can probably think of many words to describe your first car—in my case, a 2003 Saturn Ion—but “sporty” or “lively” are likely not among them. Almost two decades since the mostly forgotten Ion was born, compact sedans have turned a corner: Though not all of them are lively or sporty, they deliver the character, spirit, and great looks most first cars didn't. Cases in point: The 2021 Nissan Sentra and 2021 Hyundai Elantra. © Darren Martin 2021 Hyundai Elantra Limited vs 2021 Nissan Sentra SR 8 Both the Sentra and Elantra have been around for decades, but neither was recognized for the way they drove. But things are different today.