Hyundai County

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Hyundai County
Osan Public light bus 77.JPG
Also calledHaw Tai County (China)[1]
Hyundai County New Breeze[2]
DesignerHyundai Motor Company Design Center
Body and chassis
Body styleSingle-decker bus (short & long body)
LayoutRear-engine, rear-wheel-drive
Floor typeStep-entrance
RelatedKia Combi
EngineHyundai F160/170 (Korea Market) Hyundai D4BB
TransmissionHyundai (manual)
Allison (automatic)
Length660 to 780 cm (260 to 310 in)
Width250 cm (98 in)
Height293 cm (115 in)
PredecessorHyundai Chorus
Hyundai County New Breeze

The Hyundai County (hangul:현대 카운티) is a single-decker minibus manufactured by the truck & bus division of Hyundai. It was introduced in 1998 as a successor to the Chorus. It is primarily available as city buses and tourist buses.

It is related to the now-discontinued Kia Combi.


Hyundai County & e-County are designed by Hyundai Motor Company Jeonju Design Center. The County was built between 1998 and 2004, a new variant e-County was built since 2004.

First facelift held in 2008.[3] Minor change model was revealed in 2012 Busan Motor show.[4]

EV spec called 'County Electric' was revealed in 2019 Hyundai Truck & Bus Business Fair with Hyundai Pavise.[5] And facelifted version launched in May 2020 as 'County New Breeze'.[6] It's design was based on Chinese Spec which was revealed in 2015 Auto Shanghai.

Model name (South Korea)[edit]

  • Gold
  • Tour (Rent A Car Bus)
  • Super
  • Deluxe
  • Standard

Lineup & body types[edit]

Hyundai County SWB built in Moscow, Russia
  • County short body: 16/25 passengers
  • County long body: 25/40 passengers
  • County long body Limousine: 12/25 passengers

See also[edit]


  1. ^
  2. ^ "COUNTY New Breeze | HYUNDAI Truck & Bus".
  3. ^ "트럭타임즈".
  4. ^ "현대차, 2012 부산국제모터쇼 상용관 운영…'뉴카운티' 중형버스 출시". 24 May 2012.
  5. ^
  6. ^ "현대차, 카운티 Ev '뉴 브리즈' 출시". 14 May 2020.

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