Tag: Hyundai

First Genesis EV Coming In 2021, More To Follow In 2024

The Hyundai Motor Group has unveiled its new roadmap which aims to turn the company into a “smart mobility solution provider” by 2025. Dubbed Strategy 2025, the plan calls for Hyundai to “expand beyond automobiles” and produce last-mile mobility products as well as personal air vehicles better known as a flying cars. The plan didn’t […]

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Hyundai Lafesta EV Quietly Unveiled In China With 302 Mile Range

While the automotive world was focused on the Los Angeles Auto Show, Hyundai quietly introduced the Lafesta EV in China. Set to be launched early next year, the Lafesta EV has a “Sensuous Sportiness” design that differs significantly from the standard model. The most obvious changes occur up front as the model has been equipped […]

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Guy Named Piccard Takes Hyundai Nexo Further Than Anyone Has Gone Before On One Hydrogen Tank

Bertrand Piccard is a French aeronaut who managed to drive the hydrogen-powered Hyundai Nexo for 778 km (483 miles) across France without having to refuel, thus setting a world record. Yes, there are two C’s in his last name instead of one (shout out to Jean-Luc), but his achievement clearly stands as being very impressive, […]

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Ace of Base: 2020 Hyundai Venue SE

Unless you’ve been living under an especially virulent rock, it’ll not have escaped your notice that most manufacturers are building crossovers and mini-utes (apologies to our readers in Oz for the loose usage of “ute”) to either replace or supplement the cars at the entry-level end of their lineup. After all, customers have to start […]

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Hyundai Vision T Concept Is What We’d Really Like The 2021 Tucson To Look Like

Update: Check out the live images of the Hyundai’s Vision T concept from the 2019 LA Auto Show in the gallery below Hyundai is looking to the future with its Vision T SUV Concept, which celebrated it’s world premiere in California this week. It is a plug-in hybrid compact crossover that’s meant to express the […]

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2020 Hyundai Ioniq: Modest Changes, but the Electric Goes to War With Nissan

No one wants to come in last. With the Volkswagen e-Golf and Smart Fortwo EQ Electric Drive Whatever discontinued, Hyundai’s compact Ioniq Electric hatchback was poised to be the lowest-range electric vehicle in the North American market (minus, of course, the limited-availability, lease-only Honda Clarity EV). Clearly, this looming position at the bottom of the […]

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2020 Hyundai Grandeur (Azera) Is A Hit In Korea, Racks Up 32,000 Pre-Orders

Hyundai may no longer offer the Azera in North America, but in Korea, the facelifted 2020 Grandeur appears to be a huge hit only days after pre-orders opened. In 11 business days, Hyundai has racked up no fewer than 32,179 pre-orders for the executive sedan, an all-time record for the nameplate. The national launch took […]

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Yet Another Design Concept From Hyundai, and This One Plugs In!

If you’re keeping track, the Vision T Plug-in Hybrid SUV Concept is the seventh design study to roll out of Hyundai’s styling studio in recent memory. Appearing Wednesday at the L.A. Auto Show, the plug-in utility vehicle has the bad timing of debuting at the same moment Toyota unveiled a plug-in crossover you’ll soon be able […]

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2020 NACTOY Finalists Announced, And Not A Single Electric Vehicle Among Them

We’ve been treated to some very exciting cars this year, and only a handful have been selected for the 2019 North American Car, Utility and Truck of the Year (NACTOY) final, hosted at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show. Voted by a panel of 50 jurors, each one has to be brand new and available […]

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California Government Is Done With Gas Cars, Will Mostly Buy Green Vehicles From Now On

California has always been at the forefront of U.S. states that try to minimize polution caused by vehicles, and it has just taken yet another bold step towards this direction. According to SacramentoBee, California’s state government announced on Friday that it has stopped buying gas-powered sedans as part of Governor Gavin Newsom’s administration’s efforts to […]

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Driven: 2019 Hyundai i30 Fastback N Improves On A Winning Recipe

Hyundai’s decision to enter the world of hot hatches with little to no previous experience competing in such a segment was always going to be a risky move, yet it paid off – big time. From the get-go, it was clear that Hyundai wasn’t messing about. Most notably, it poached BMW M division’s vice president […]

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Consumer Reports Names The Chevrolet Camaro And Colorado The Least Reliable Cars In America

Consumer Reports has released its Annual Auto Reliability Survey which found a number of automakers have improved over the past year. While the publication has publicly criticized Tesla in the past, the company’s reliability has climbed from last year. As a result, both the Model 3 and Model S have received the coveted “Recommend” rating. […]

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Enhance Your Hyundai SUV’s Versatility With Thule Accessories

Hyundai has partnered with vehicle accessories specialist Thule to offer U.S. owners a multitude of retrofit parts from the Swedish company’s catalog. Owners can now purchase Thule’s vehicle bike racks, roof racks, winter and water sport racks, as well as other cargo carriers and basket accessories. The selection of Thule accessories will be available through […]

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