The specifications of the Hyundai ix35 vary depending on the model; however, the 2.0 liter GDi petrol engine produces 122 kilowatts of power and nearly 205 newton-meters of torque at 4,000 revolutions per minute. The diesel engine model produces 135 kilowatts of power and 393 newton-meters of torque at 2,500 revolutions per minute.
The Hyundai iX35 has a four-wheel drive system that keeps the vehicle in two-wheel drive mode for fuel economy. If the driver needs more torque or traction, pressing the 4WD mode button engages 4WD at the cost of fuel economy.
This vehicle also features electronic stability control, which turns on by itself when the vehicle undergoes sudden braking or turning that reduces driver control. This feature senses the direction that the car is turning, the speed of the wheels, the input from the pedals and the angle of the steering wheel to control torque and distribute it where the driver needs it most.
The iX35 also features state-of-the-art steering control. The vehicle adjusts the feel of the steering wheel depending on the vehicle's speed. The wheel becomes more firm at higher speeds and softer at lower speeds. This feature aids drivers when they perform complex actions, such as making a three-point turn.