Whenever we talk about automobile companies, we can never miss the name of Hyundai. Established in the year 1967, this particular Korean company is regarded as one of the best vehicle producers. Whether it be a budget-friendly hatchback car or a super-luxury SUV, Hyundai never disappoints its audiences.

Besides, in a developing nation like Nepal, Hyundai is highly applauded for its production of economic vehicles with quality work. However, you might not know several interesting facts about this manufacturer. Read the complete article to know more about the Korean vehicle manufacturer, Hyundai.

The ‘H’ Logo of Hyundai

Hyundai

To most people, the famous “H” Logo looks like the initial letter of Hyundai, representing the company. However, it doesn’t solely portray the company but has a very beautiful hidden meaning. If you closely look into this logo then you will find out two people shaking hands. This signifies a good relationship between the seller and the consumer.

It represents that the ultimate motto of the company is to satisfy its clients. Likewise, the oval boundary surrounding the “H” logo illustrates the worldwide availability of Hyundai motors. The name “Hyundai” simply means “Contemporary” and the brand justifies it with its modern thinking and production.

Futuristic Ideas

As mentioned earlier, Hyundai is one of the most preferred manufacturers and its quality work is not the only cause that tempts people. The company never lags when it comes to experimenting with newer ideas and technologies.

Hyundai Sonata 2020

For instance, the 2020 Sonata Hybrid is the first car that boasts a solar panel on its roof. This eco-friendly car generates power from solar energy. Similarly, Hyundai is also one of the best Hybrid vehicle producers. Besides, the company is planning to implement this idea of Hybrid on its famous vehicles like Tucson and Sonata.

Hydrogen Cars

Apart from the vehicle with “Solar panel”, Hyundai is also the first company to manufacture a hydrogen-powered vehicle. The IX35 Fuel Cell combines the oxygen from surroundings with the compressed hydrogen to produce electricity.

Hyundai Tucson IX35

Besides, the Tucson IX35 FCEV includes a bigger tank to hold the compressed hydrogen with better fuel cell technologies. It can pack 5.64kgs of compressed hydrogen and can go up to 600kms. In addition, it offers you 136PS of power and 300Nm of torque.

Hyundai Zombies

Hyundai Zombie

How many car producers do you think will manufacture vehicles for TV series and shows? Few to none right? But Hyundai assisted the creators of “Walking Dead” by creating the belligerent Zombie Survival vehicles. Likewise, you can see tons of other peculiar Hyundai cars on the Netflix series.

In the year 2014, Hyundai introduced an unusual version of Tucson that included a Zombie survival kit, a TV, many fierce weapons, and brawny tires. So, if you ever face a “Zombie Apocalypse”, you exactly know where you should go, don’t you?

Decade Long Warranty

We see a lot of car companies offering a 10-year long warranty to their customers. However, Hyundai is the first manufacturer to start this trend. Back when none of the companies were willing to offer a decade-long warranty, Hyundai stepped up.

It was in 1990 when Hyundai took this prominent step. The slogan of “a decade of dependability” was touted by several customers, helping Hyundai to be one of the best Vehicle manufacturers.