Hyundai Technology of Chassis System

Monday, November 18th 2013. | Cars, Hyundai, What's New

Hyundai-Elantra-Sports-Coupe-Technology

Mainly, Hyundai technology aims for world-best chassis.  The style deploys cutting-edge materials with other development of chassis parts made for driving safety, convenience, and performance. Hyundai technology on chassis system also have advanced and numerous tests in order to get world-class standard and performance.

Hyundai Technology of Chassis System

Hyundai technology of chassis system covers three systems including suspension, steering, and braking systems. The suspension is to loosen up any vibrations or shocks from uneven roads while driving. The system may sound simple and standard, yet it incredibly provides comfortable driving and enhances car performance. Besides, the suspension system can also let the car turns, drives, and turns according to the driver’s control. Then, the steering system acts as a “communication” line between the driver and the vehicle. The system reads the information according to the road condition and then delivers it to the driver through holographic system installed on the front windshield. It enhances and helps the driver’s steering process for having optimal driving performance and convenience. The last chassis system of Hyundai technology involves brakes with kinetic energy which is able to turn vehicle motion into heat energy. This technology will reduce the speed or even stop the car. The brake applications named as the Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) also ensure great safety as it is supported by Electronic Stability Control (ESC) which is able to improve the car stability.

Hyundai Technology of Chassis Control

The chassis control of Hyundai technology generally maintains driving performance and convenience. The Active Geometry Controlled Suspension (AGCS) is able to control the angle of the out rear wheel when the car runs because of sudden movement. The car sensor will also actively control the movement of wheel in order to improve car stability. The other Hyundai technology in regards to convenience is that the Variable Rack Stroke (VRS). It utilizes the space commonly filled up by snow chains, and also reduces the turning radius of car. Interestingly, it improves driving convenience especially in a U-turn direction.

Hyundai-i-oniq-new-technology

Hyundai-i30

2014-Hyundai-Tucson

tags: ,