Hyundai Heavy Industries understands that a forklift operator who takes
pleasure in his work does a better job, which is why each and every
Hyundai forklift is designed to give operators the most comfortable, intuitive, and enjoyable
experience. But in response to changing industrial needs and operator
demands, Hyundai is looking to make some notable changes in its future
offerings. Here are a few things expected for Hyundai forklifts in the future.
Touchscreen In-Dash Computer
Taking a cue from the automotive industry, Hyundai is expected to incorporate
a touchscreen in-dash computer in all 2016 internal combustion engine
lift trucks and beyond. The 5.6-inch LCD touchscreen will provide operators
with quick access to an array of important data and features. The in-dash
computer will of course offer standard indicators such as speed and direction
indicators, a battery-discharge monitor, and a clock.
Cellular Communication Options
“Hi-Mate” is Hyundai’s proprietary remote
asset tracking and management system that gives you access to vital service and diagnostics information from
anywhere in the world. Hyundai plans to introduce a cellular communication
option to its Hi-Mate tracking system for better connectivity and improved
remote asset management capabilities.
New Class 1 and Class 2 Models
As far as the actual Hyundai forklift lineup is concerned, the company
is expected to introduce more lift trucks designed specifically for warehousing
and distribution. In 2016, look for new Class 1 and Class 2 lift trucks
with load capacities of 3,000 to 6,000 pounds.
Whether you’re looking to buy or rent, you can find the best Hyundai
forklifts at Lonestar Forklift in Dallas. We are the largest volume
Hyundai forklift dealer in the country, and we also offer equipment service and repair, safety
training courses, and forklift rentals. Contact us online or call us at
(972) 494-5438 if you have any questions about buying or renting Hyundai