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1991 Hyundai Grandeur V6 [L]

1991 Hyundai Grandeur [L] in Jeolmeun namja, Movie, 1994 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: JP — Built in: KR

1991 Hyundai Grandeur V6 [L]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle


galloper KR

2013-08-04 15:20

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Lateef NO

2013-08-04 19:46

Made for ROK and not KP :D

Anyway, origin should be Korea, the Debonair/Grandeur was a joint venture between Mitsubishi and Hyundai, meaning that each parts played a role in developing the car. The Grandeur was also put on market months before the Debonair.

Lateef NO

2017-10-11 13:23


Lateef NO

2022-12-28 18:21

Picking up my comment from 2013, there's some interesting points made on the Wikipedia page, although I don't know which side of the story I'm going to trust:

Wikipedia wrote In the early eighties, Mitsubishi Motors also wanted to renew its aging Debonair model, which had not been substantially updated since its market launch in 1964. Given the existing relationship of sharing technologies and innovations, Mitsubishi accepted Hyundai's request to share a platform, internal configuration, and most importantly, an engine. [...] Official Olympic sponsor Hyundai Motor co-developed the Grandeur with Mitsubishi Motors of Japan, and launched it in July 1986, well in advance of the 1988 Summer Olympics. The design was done by Hyundai Motors, but the internal configuration was done by Mitsubishi.

And about the second gen:
Wikipedia wrote The New Grandeur and the third generation of the Mitsubishi Debonair were the products of a joint development between Hyundai and Mitsubishi Motors. Mitsubishi was responsible for the powertrain, and Hyundai was responsible for the body and trim design.

Funnily though, Japanese Wikipedia downplays the role Hyundai played in the development (translated by Google):
Wikipedia wrote Another impetus was Hyundai , which had a tie-up with Mitsubishi at the time, saying, "I want a domestically-made luxury car by the 1988 Seoul Olympics ." Hyundai Motor was an official sponsor of the Seoul Olympics, but they did not have the know-how to develop a luxury vehicle that could be used as a courtesy vehicle for VIPs , so they asked Mitsubishi Motors to jointly develop the vehicle on the premise of knockdown production . Regarding this, as Mitsubishi Motors' company history states, "In 1985, a joint development contract with Hyundai Motor Co., Ltd. of South Korea signed a debonair development contract." Therefore, even though it was a joint development, it seems that Mitsubishi did most of the actual development.

I wonder which claim is biased - maybe they both are :D

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