Motor racing has always influenced the automotive technology in a large scale since years. Everyday family cars too are found to have features like aerodynamic efficiency, better handling and engine performance transfers. Hyundai as one of the classic brands too proved its ground by presenting their models that are having all these features directly inculcated from the racing tracks.
Hyundai Burlington dealers spoke about it in details and shown us the features in every recent model of Hyundai.
When striving for the maximum level of speed in a racing car, what can kill the effort is the air resistance or drag. Though it might not appear to be that much a problem with city cars, drag is unwanted even then as it reduces the fuel efficiency and brings down the speed on highways. As racing cars use aerodynamic designs to cut through the air, a model like IONIQ from Hyundai brings the same aerodynamic efficiency, which harnesses the airflow to minimize the air resistance and therefore emissions.
Racing cars never depend on the keys to start their cars on the whistle. All racing cars are designed with the maximum level of ergonomy to make everything a matter of pressing the button. There the Engines Starts and Stops with a button replacing the process of traditional ignition. Hyundai too has brought the same change in its product range that is now smart enough with a keyless entry system. Models like IONIQ, Tucson, Kona, i10, i20 and New Generation i30, and Santa Fe all are now having the best possible ergonomic design in which the engine works on the indication of a start/stop button.
To provide the driver all the control on the car and help in driving with running information, the steering wheel in all recent racing cars are studded with buttons and information displays. Same Steering wheel-mounted controls are now made available across all the Hyundai vehicle range, that consist of various functionalities like cruise control, entertainment system and a trip computer.
Following the models of racing cars, Hyundai car drivers can now use the Rev matching button placed on the steering wheel that is responsible for increasing the revs on the engine while shifting the gears.
A computer-controlled active suspension system was used in racing cars that could enable better riding quality and soft handling. The technology now has left the racing fields and has migrated to the city vehicles. Cars like Hyundai i30 N, brought this feature of Electronic Controlled Suspension (ECS), reducing the chances of a vehicle rolling yet enhancing the cornering speed.
Learning from the racing engineers Hyundai realized that while changing gears, power was not being sent to the wheels. To solve this issue, came the dual-clutch transmission, to enable super-fast gear shifts with no loss of power. To know more about the dual-clutch transmission in Hyundai cars, contact the Hyundai dealer Burlington.
In Racing cars, the testing of the limits of the systems they use turbochargers. Hyundai i30 N, they introduced the powerful 2.0-litre turbocharging engines that could deliver up to 275 PS and 353 Nm torque.