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Hyundai Ioniq: More Details Revealed about the Hybrid

The Hyundai Ioniq will be available as a plug-in or traditional hybrid, but unlike the Prius, it is also available in pure electric form, making it the first vehicle to offer these three alternatives in one model. The traditional hybrid drivetrain is expected to be the most popular of the three models globally. The plug-in hybrid is expected to outsell the electric-only form in Europe, but the electric-only form is expected to outsell the plug-in version in the US markets. Hyundai sought to improve their electric drivetrain from the Sonata hybrid, choosing to go back to the drawing board… Read More

2016 Hyundai Sonata

The most sophisticated of the mid-size family hybrid sedans, the 2016 Hyundai Sonata offers effortless refinement paired with an unrivalled efficiency. This year sees the very first introduction of the Hyundai Sonata plug-in hybrid which can run for 27 miles without engaging the gasoline engine and can be fully charged in less than three hours. Let’s take a look at the new 2016 Hyundai Sonata. Powertrains Starting in 2016, the Sonata is available in either a hybrid or plug-in hybrid configuration. All 2016 Hyundai Sonatas have at their heart a 2.0L GDI 4-cylinder direct injection gasoline engine that is… Read More

Hyundai Goes Luxury – The Genesis Project Revealed

3-2-1 – The Genesis Launch is a Go! After years of slowly improving the quality of their offerings, and finally convincing the buying public they belong in a conversation with Honda, Nissan and Toyota, Hyundai has decided to make the same leap virtually every other mainstream car manufacturer has made, and form their own luxury brand. While Genesis has been the Hyundai flagship model for years, Hyundai has now decided to make Genesis its own brand, challenging the world of Lexus, Acura, Infiniti and other luxury nameplates. It was 27 years ago when Toyota and Nissan announced they would… Read More

2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport

The Santa Fe Sport hits it out of the park, representing the very best a crossover SUV can be. Handsome on the outside and inside, the 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport has broad mainstream appeal and a wealth of features, all at a great price. Trim Levels Hyundai’s 2015 Santa Fe Sport comes in two trim levels: the base level (from $24,950), and the 2.0T (from $31,250). There are standard features found in every vehicle. There is a comprehensive electronics/entertainment package (six speaker system, Bluetooth phone/audio connectivity, CD player, satellite radio, USB port, and an auxiliary audio connection), air… Read More

Hyundai Motors Wins Five GOOD DESIGN Awards

Hyundai is no stranger to success, but in 2015, Hyundai won no less than five GOOD DESIGN awards. The manufacturer has consistently and successfully applied its design philosophy car after car. Hyundai Motors’ GOOD DESIGN awards in 2015 were for the Elantra, Tucson, IONIQ, Santa Cruz concept and the ‘Sculpture in Motion’ art installation. One would be hard pressed to find another car company that is as passionate about good design as Hyundai Motors is. Both Traditional Powertrains and Alternative Vehicles Recognized Whether it be traditional vehicles or new and eco-friendly ‘green machines’, Hyundai Motors is firmly in the… Read More

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