Hyundai's New LPG Hybrid Car

Hyundai plans to sell a LPG-electric hybrid in July 2009, promising cheapest operating costs of all

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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