If you are under a tight budget while holding the big dream of driving a high tech car, you are about to be shocked by what this new model offers. The new 2021 Hyundai Azera has emerged as the world’s cheapest hi-tech car. The sedan perfectly blends luxury with high performance on the road.
The South Korean automaker has successfully announced itself as a force to reckon with in the automotive world when it comes to distinctive and resilient styling that speaks class and ingenuity. The carmaker will be offering Smartsense, its most advanced safety technologies on this Hyundai Azera. This luxury sedan is indeed miles ahead of many cars in its class. It offers powerful driving dynamics and heightened convenience. It is set to be the company’s flagship sedan.
The exterior styling is impeccable with its very attractive front grille and accents. The vehicle is flanked by unique LED headlights, using its geometric pattern to illuminate the darkness of the night.
When you take a step closer to the car, you start feeling the rush of adrenaline as the car shows its readiness by lighting up a signal. If this is not a premium experience, you might be hard to please after all. The calmly-arched LED lights at the back of the new Azera forms a unique signature.
On the inside, the style is nothing less of the awesome job done on the outside. It offers an adjustable 64-colour ambient lighting to suit whatever mood you are. Preferably, it will brighten your mood whenever you are about to go on a road trip. The interior design allows for lots of room with lots of high-tech equipment for a premium experience.
The 2021 Hyundai Azera offers powertrain options. First – a 2.5-liter four-cylinder GDi with a generative output of 195 horsepower. This engine spec can sprint from zero to 60 mph in 9 secs and a top speed of 217 kph.
The second engine – a 3.5-liter engine produces an output of 286 horsepower and ability to sprint from zero to 60 mph in an impressive 7.4 secs. It offers a top speed of 230 kph. The two engines are mated to eight-speed automatic transmission, sending power to the front wheels on all trims.
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