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It was a case of back to the future when little known carmaker Hyundai revealed their wild Pony Coupe concept at the 1974 Turin Motor Show. Back to the Future, because the Pony was designed by a young Giogetto Giugiaro, who also designed the iconic DeLorean five or six years later – you know, the Back to the Future car.
The third-generation Hyundai i20 looks to make a big impact with a fresh design, new technology, mild hybrid options and various driver safety systems that the Korean automaker says are the most comprehensive in its class.
We do not often communicate as a group to our various brand customers, however, we believe this situation requires the most efficient communication method.
Some buy cheap because that is all they can afford, others buy cheaper because that is all they need. The low end of the car market has become crowded, the carmakers adding extra features while keeping prices low. Up to now, the Datsun Go has been the best value for money on the market. Now the newly re-released Hyundai Atos is seriously challenging that position.
The 2019 Frankfurt Auto Show revealed several amazing cars but a real standout was the all-electric Hyundai Pony 45 design concept. It’s not every day you come across a car that looks that good, especially considering they took inspiration from the 1974 Hyundai Pony concept.
Electric vehicle technology is moving at a blistering pace. You can either spend heavily on developing your own, or you can invest in proven technology. The vehicle class with the most urgent demand in Europe is the electric commercial vehicle. This demand is driven by increasingly tough emissions standards there.
Hyundai has unveiled its electric flying car concept at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The South Korean automaker announced that they will be partnering with Uber to develop their eVTOL air taxi. It will be able to fly on trips of up to 100 km with a cruising speed of up to 290 km/h transporting four passengers.
The hydrogen-powered Hyundai Nexo has broken the world distance record by travelling 778 km on a single ‘tank’. It beat the previous record by some margin as it still had another 49 km range left at the end of the journey.
What is the Hyundai Venue, and more importantly, why is it? The Venue is a compact, feature-rich crossover/SUV. The reason Hyundai created the Venue? For the last ten years, drivers around the world have migrated from sedans to hatchbacks, and onto SUVs and crossovers. As in sedans, manufacturers would