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Hyundai gets smart: Adds brake override system to Sonata and Tucson

Posted in auto industry, General, Hyundai by MrAngry | February 25th, 2010 | 1 Response |

2010 Hyundai Tuscon

Hyundai, after seeing the world of pain that Toyota is in, has decided to do a little preemptive planning. On the 2011 Sonata and 2010 Tucson, Hyundai is adding a new brake override system. What this system does is allow the brake pedal to override the throttle in the event of unintended acceleration. Unbeknown to most people, Hyundai has actually had some complaints for unintended acceleration for some cars produced between 2008-2009. These complaints have been largely overshadowed by Toyota’s public lynching and Hyundai plans to keep it that way.

Source: Cars.com

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  1. Good job Hyundai keep it up!!!
    even they aren’t selling more vehicles than VW or Toyota
    they’re the most money maker.
    And they are using those cash for creating a new automobiles, engines, transmissions, and others