Hyundai's New LPG Hybrid Car
Hyundai's world first Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) hybrid will go on sale in Korea twelve months from now with operating costs San-Diego-Symphony-Finances poised to be lowest of any hybrid currently available, despite being largely based on the existing Elantra model. It will also be the first to use Lithium-Polymer batteries to power its electric motor. The novel internal combustion powerplant is a Liquefied Petroleum Injected (LPI) 1.6 litre four cylinder assisted by a 15kW electric motor driving through a continuously variable transmission.
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