1995 Hyundai HCD-III
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This four-seater for sports and leisure features four-wheel drive and a 2000cc 16-valve DOHC turbo engine which delivers an impressive 240 hp. It boasts excellent performance on rough roads, and handles like a dream on paved roads. The HCD-III is also equipped with various advanced devices: the computer-controlled 'Navitac' on the dashboard instantly indicates destination on the map with the push of a button, and the stereo, CD player, heater, and air conditioner can all be automatically adjusted and set.
The California Design Studio completed the technical and artistic design work for the HCD-3 after a year of research. Hyundai engineers made a radical departure from conventional automotive design concepts to craft a bold styling statement. The 4-seat HCD-3 has dual airbags in the front and comes with an anti-lock brake system. Placed in the centre of the gauge cluster, the computer-controlled Navitac displays the driver's desired destination on-screen with the press of a button. It is also equipped with an advanced car audio system, CD player, heater and air conditioner. The HCD-3 is powered by a 2,000cc, 16-valve DOHC turbo engine that can generate up to 240 horsepower.
A switch adjusts the suspension system height and cushion strength to fit the road conditions. Thus, the ride remains equally enjoyable on paved roads and rugged off-road terrain.
- Adjustable height suspension
- Navigation system
- Convertible top
- 5-speed manual transmission
- Folding rear window