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Hyundai wins two awards for innovation in Germany


Hyundai wins two awards for innovation in Germany



Hyundai wins two awards for innovation in Germany


Hyundai Motor has received two important awards to support and reinforce its efforts to enhance future driving technologies.

Both the Vehicle Management Center and PricewaterhouseCoopers recognized the "Biggest Innovative Brand" and "The Biggest Innovative Brand - Alternative Driving Systems" awards to Hyundai at the 2011 Automotive Automotive Innovation Awards in Germany.

Jürgen Keller, CEO of Hyundai Motor Germany, emphasized the firm's commitment to sustainability. The official who received the awards said that Hyundai "followed its promises with actions that led to the realization of many innovations,

"Hyundai is now the only manufacturer in the world to offer all the important forms of alternative driving systems in its commercially produced vehicles, including fully electric vehicles, hybrids, a 48 volta light hybrid, And hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. "

KUNA Electric - the longest-range electric vehicle in the category of small SUVs

Hyundai Motor was able to outperform its nearest competitor in the "most innovative brand" brand with a total of 43 points, thanks to its innovations in alternative driving systems.

"One of the reasons for this is the high percentage of innovations (about 18 percent) that can be attributed to alternative driving systems," the panel's jury statement said.

These innovations include the Kona electric vehicle, the longest-range electric vehicle in the category of small SUVs.

 NEXO impresses with the highest level of efficiency

The jury also considered the NEXO a "very important innovation", saying that in addition to the fuel cell engine, it features a blind spot of the vehicle, a high-speed driving assistant function and a remote parking function that enables the vehicle for the first time in Class, from the corner of the car in its position completely and automatically. "

Kona and Nico played a crucial role in Hyundai's winning the "Biggest Innovative Brand - Alternative Driving Systems" award. Hyundai gave the NEXO the second generation of fuel cell vehicles after its first generation iX35 in 2013 and was the world's first commercially produced fuel cell vehicle.

The 666 km (1,666 km) WKS (WLTP) test vehicle has also played a crucial role in winning this award. This range makes the vehicle a preferred long distance option for alternative driving systems.

The Vehicle Management Center database is the basis for innovation studies

The German awards were based on a study involving manufacturers and suppliers, and on the database of the Vehicle Management Center, the independent scientific institute for experimental research on vehicles and motion systems, which is based in Bergisch Gladbach.

The most distinctive innovations of the year have been identified in the automotive industry on the basis of information derived from that database.

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Hyundai wins two awards for innovation in Germany


Hyundai wins two awards for innovation in Germany


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