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Hyundai sold record number of Plug-In electric cars

October was big for Hyundai, which set several new records. In October, total sales of plug-in cars – reported by Hyundai – stands at an all-time high of 7,139, which is 191% more than a year ago. The plug-in car share out of overall volume increased to a record 4.3%! The biggest splash comes from Kona Electric (more below). Additionally, Hyundai sold

Hyundai N sports car locked in

Hyundai dove into the realm of performance cars with the birth of its N division, which has so far given way to the i30 N and Veloster N. Now the official tuner to the Korean automaker is ready to kick things up a notch with the launch of its own sports car. In an interview with EVO published Friday, Hyundai's

Hyundai reveals hydrogen fuel cell truck for 2019

Hyundai Reveals Render Of Fuel Cell Truck For 2019 It seems that Hyundai has envied the Toyota Portal project and would like to have its own hydrogen fuel cell truck – here is the render the of vehicle that will be unveiled at the upcoming IAA Commercial Vehicles show. The market launch of Hyundai FCV truck is scheduled for

2019 Genesis G70 First Drive

After launching two high-end sedans, one large (the G90) and one medium-size (G80), Hyundai’s Genesis luxury arm now launches the smaller G70, aimed straight at the Audi A4, BMW 3-Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class, not to mention the Alfa Romeo Giulia, Cadillac ATS, Lexus IS, Jaguar XE ... not exactly a bunch of slugs. The G70 certainly looks the part. It has a very good-looking exterior with short

By |2018-07-16T22:08:12+00:00July 16th, 2018|Categories: Hyundai, News by Brand|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Hyundai is launching A-Segment, diesel crossovers in U.S. by 2020

There's too many holes in Hyundai's crossover lineup, and it will spend the next few years remedying this situation. By 2020, Hyundai Motor America will launch eight new or redesigned crossovers in the U.S. These crossovers will cover everything from an A-segment entry to an eight-passenger midsize model. The first new crossover will be the subcompact

2019 Hyundai Tucson Debuts With Refreshed Face, Drops 1.6 Turbo

2019 Hyundai Tucson Debuts with new and fresh Tucson crossover at the New York auto show this week. Hyundai updated the styling and reworked the Tucson's engine lineup. Thenbiggest changes are on the front fascia. The grille of the 2019 Tucson now sports a more concave curvature and four slimmer horizontal bars instead of three within the grille

Tesla’s director is challenged by Hyundai bilboard for new Kona electric

New electric vehicles have been unveiled in recent time and people like to call them ‘Tesla killers’ or say that they are directly aimed at competing with Tesla. Bilboard story Hyundai certainly thinks so since it apparently went as far as challenging Tesla CEO Elon Musk in billboards seen in Europe. It’s not the first time that Tesla

By |2018-11-30T15:55:55+00:00May 7th, 2018|Categories: AUDI, Electro Car's, Hyundai, TESLA|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Funky stlyling of Hyundai Kona Electric

The Hyundai Kona Electric is an all-electric version of the recently introduced Kona crossover. Debuting at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show alongside the redesigned Hyundai Santa Fe, it will be available in two versions. Versions with ranges of 186 miles or 292 miles per charge, according to Hyundai. Making long-range electric cars The Chevrolet Bolt EV and Tesla Model 3 have

You could drive 423 km and still have kWh left with these 10 electric cars

It’s all about operating range when it comes to electric cars, with the best of the genre able to run for a several day’s drive on a charge, but with the worst barely able to make it out to the suburbs and back without having to be tethered to an outlet. Tesla still leads all automakers

Is the new Hyundai Veloster 2019 refreshing or revolting

The Hyundai Veloster has always been one of the most peculiar-looking vehicles on the market. For the 2019 model year, Hyundai overhauled the design, integrating it more into the rest of its lineup while keeping the model’s personality intact. But the question is: Did Hyundai go overboard in either one of these two areas? The Veloster’s new face falls in