Hyundai Motor Company is reported to have unveiled four new models to be launched in Europe at the 2010 Paris Auto Salon. Among the four models, two are claimed to be world premieres.
In the category of engines equipped in the Blue Drive models, include Hyundai's new downsized 51kW/94Nm 1.0 litre Kappa petrol engine and the 1.7 litre U2 diesel engine. Both the powerful engines boast of its dependence on high-performance engine oil used in a view to lower driveline friction.
It was the electric scooters by BMW AG's Mini and Daimler AG's Smart, which happened to steal away the show on Thursday, at the Paris Motor Show.
The displayed were just the design concepts which according to Executives of both the Companies, will only be made after the public reaction has been caught.
Thomas Weber, research and development member of Daimler's management board said," It's a very attractive concept for us. This is a huge market".
The Renault's new high-class, Latitude will make its European debut at the Paris motor show in September.
The flagship Renault is larger than the Laguna and is devised to place comfort, convenience and class at the pinnacle of the agenda.
It is equipped with triple-zone air-conditioning, a relaxing driver's seat, a Bose stereo system and hands-free entry along with engine start.
Accused businessman Jerome Kerviel will be appearing before a Paris court on Tuesday, wherein the judges will be scrutinizing his involvement in a business failure worth 4.9 billion-euro in 2008, which had pushed Societe Generale, the French Bank, to bankruptcy.
The prosecution will stimulate the struggle of the bank in re-gaining the support of the customers in the wake of the volatile economic situation around.
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