Hyundai has quietly introduced the Grandeur Hybrid in South Korea.
Designed to be an eco-friendly luxury sedan, the model has a 47 HP (35 kW) electric motor and a 2.4-liter MPI engine that develops 159 HP (116 kW). This setup enables the car to produce a combined maximum output of 204 HP (150 kW). More importantly, the model reportedly averages 6.25 L/100km (37.6 mpg US / 45.1 mpg UK).
On the styling front there isn't much to report but the model features projector beam headlights, LED taillights, a dual exhaust system and 17-inch aluminum wheels.
The cabin comes nicely equipped with Nappa leather seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and wood grain trim. The model also has dual-zone automatic climate control, heated seats, a rearview camera, a USB charging system and an infotainment system with a 6-inch display. If that isn't luxurious enough, options include a panoramic sunroof, a premium audio system and GPS navigation.
The Grandeur Hybrid is currently on sale and pricing starts at 34,600,000 won ($32,900 / €23,910).