Officially, there’s no such thing as a 2012 Hyundai Azera. At least not yet, since the car is scheduled to make its official debut at the upcoming Los Angeles Auto Show on November 16 – 17, 2011 at the LA Convention Center. However, between now and then, Hyundai wants consumers to build their own Azera and answer a few questions about their upcoming automotive purchases. Something of a novel and creative idea, it's probably safe to presume that the 2012 Azera will take a shape very similar to the Grandeur sedan seen above. The Grandeur has design elements of both the Sonata and Genesis, keeping in line with the automaker's "fluidic styling" language. As for powertrains, Hyundai hasn't uttered a word, but the best guess is that the automaker's 333-hp 3.8-liter V6 will be found under hood, or perhaps a variant of its 274-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four. The full details will be out later this year.
If you enjoy luxury, comfort, and an affordable price the 2010 Hyundai
Azera Limited could be the car for you. The Hyundai Azera is a family
sedan you will want to take note of, it comes with features you’d expect
on a high end luxury vehicle, loads of interior room, top of the line
safety features, and all at a price that truly makes it a value.
One major advantage the Hyundai Azera has over its competition is the
amount of interior room. It boasts an impressive 123.5 cubic feet of
interior volume, more interior volume than the Toyota Avalon, Mercedes
E-Class, and the BMW 750i, not to mention it also beats all of the cars
in its class. The Azera Limited also comes with a bundle of interior
features, making it truly comfortable to drive. The Azera Limited comes
standard with power rear sunshade, iPod auxiliary, satellite radio,
steering wheel mounted controls, and an interior dust filter.