Hyundai Centennial dimensions
Latest model: Hyundai Centennial (2010)
Length: 203.1 (in) = 5160 (mm)
Width: 74.4 (in) = 1890 (mm)
Height: 58.9 (in) = 1495 (mm)
Compare Hyundai Centennial dimensions to: Bentley Mulsanne
Hyundai Centennial details:
The Centennial is the flagship model for Hyundai and uses the excellent Genesis sedan as its base.
It’s new to the Middle East market in 2010 and is designed to be the Korean manufacturer’s alternative to the likes of a Lexus LS460h, BMW 7 Series, Mercedes-Benz S-Class or Audi A8. It’s quite a heady claim, but if the Genesis is anything to go by, we wouldn’t put it past Hyundai succeeding with the Centennial.
The styling is fairly unadventurous considering some of the designs within the Hyundai family at the moment, and there’s definitely some hints of rival cars in some of the angles – the rear in particular is very similar to the Lexus LS’s. However, when you’re target buyer is looking for something to cosset them around as they sit in the back or prove relaxing on the long drive they don’t want to stand out from the crowd so blending in is a good thing.