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Three advantages to the Hyundai Superstructure

Three advantages to the Hyundai Superstructure

Three advantages to the Hyundai Superstructure

The Hyundai Superstructure was first introduced on the Hyundai Elantra, but slowly and surely it will work its way onto other vehicles from the Korean automaker.

With that in mind, we thought we’d take a look at three advantages that come with Hyundai’s Superstructure and its high-strength steel construction.

It’s more rigid and therefore safer

The main advantage of using high-strength steel is that you get a platform that is a lot more rigid, and therefore it is a lot better at absorbing the impact from a crash and, more importantly, pushing that impact away from the passengers.

Driving dynamics are improved

With a more rigid platform, you get a more composed ride and a vehicle that quite simply handles better. Therefore, you get improved driving dynamics and a car that is more stable on a winding road, not to mention more agile.

Comfort is a cut above

With a more rigid vehicle, you get better comfort because the rigidity helps to hide and cover and vibrations that may be coming from the road.

To learn more about Hyundai’s Superstructure, contact us today at Bruce Hyundai.


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