2013 Hyundai Mistra review and pictures

Posted on Sunday, 21 April 2013 , 09:04:43 byEmil

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Hyundai Mistra

Hyundai Motor Company has always tried to create innovative methods to please its customers. The company leads Korea’s auto industry and it is also an important auto company in the world. Ingenious thoughts have reunited in the form of a new concept which is the Hyundai Mistra. This has just been presented in the 2013 International Auto Show in Shanghai. It is supposed to be a preview for a new middle sized sedan.

The Hyundai Mistra concept has been teased before the auto event in Shanghai. The new family car is slotted between Elantra and Sonata when it goes to China at the end of the year.  The vehicle has a sleek look, with borrowed bumper and grille but some fresh designed headlights, too.  The car has a 4710 mm length, 1820 mm wideness, 1470 mm height, and a 2770 mm wheelbase. It rides on a set of 19-inch alloys. The Mistra will target towards young parents in their twenties and thirties and it will try to meet the diverse needs of the mainstream urban population.

The inspiration for the name of this future coming strategic model, Hyundai Mistra, is a beautiful city in Laconia, Southern Greece where the ruins of the Byzantine Empire are found. Mistra means beauty, nobility and mystery. So, hopefully, it will have a bright and successful future.