Hyundai’s petrol plan
emissions while raising power output and improving fuel economy.
Before GDI, a gain in one area came at the expense of one or the other two.
With a compression ratio of 11.3:1, the 2.4 Theta II GDI delivers 150kW at 6300rpm and 245Nm at 4250rpm.
The Theta II GDI convincingly demonstrates our parent company’s advanced powertrain engineering capabilities, said Hyundai Motor Company Australia’s sales and marketing director Kevin McCann.
Developed with a budget of $160 million, over a research period of almost four years, the new 2.4 Theta II will make its debut in the first half of 2010, initially in the all-new, mid-sized sedan, which is codenamed YF, beating the mid-size sedan competition with this exciting, new technology. It will subsequently be expanded into other models.