Yang Woong-chul

  • 2011 Hyundai Elantra

    Hyundai’s vehicle fleet is about to get a whole lot more fuel efficient as there are plans to introduce a new range of advanced dual clutch transmissions and more continuously variable transmissions (CVT) as early as next year. The move is just one part of the Hyundai’s overall goal of reaching a fleet-wide average fuel economy of 50 mpg by 2025. The information was revealed by Yang Woong-chul, the automaker’s R&D chief, who spoke recently with AutoWeek. Woong-chul explained that a dual clutch transmission will be fitted as standard on some models and as an option on...

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