Starting at $47,500, the 206kW Kona N has the affordable, performance-SUV market to itself. Love them or loathe them, performance SUVs are here to stay. Most tend to be very large, very heavy and often quite German. Oh, and they are likely to carry a hefty price tag. Smaller, more
It’s a cliché but in the case of the 150kW, $32,490 Hyundai i20 N, good things most certainly come in small packages. Press launches hosted at racetracks are usually tightly controlled affairs. The gathered journalists are split into groups denoted by coloured dots on their lanyard and there’s plenty of
Hyundai plans for passengers to simply hail its upcoming flying vehicles from “vertiports” using an app, just as they would a conventional taxi Hyundai will soon throw its weight behind the advanced air mobility (AAM) sector, with plans to launch an electric flying vehicle in 2028. The company will then
Hyundai says that it will introduce a new city-size EV soon. Hyundai Group has plans for a fully electric city car-sized like a crossover – to come to market in the next two years. The news car has been confirmed by Hyundai’s EV powertrain partner, BorgWarner. The deal signed between
New four-door i30 N released from Hyundai performance division. Hyundai’s revealed the new i30 N Sedan in a video presentation, showing a sharp new N model that brings some improvements. The new model is expected to reach Australia later this year, though pricing and timing are yet to be confirmed.
Our independent 2021 Hyundai Sonata N-Line review in Australia, including price, specs, interior, ride and handling, safety and score. It should come as little surprise that the medium-sedan class is shrinking, and not just in Australia. The world over, in most major markets people are turning away from the traditional
The Hyundai Tucson has been given an all-new appearance for its fourth generation, with edgy styling, smart technology and creature comforts bringing Australia a future-facing medium SUV for the 21st Century How Much Does It Cost? The new Hyundai Tucson range has been simplified for 2021, with three equipment levels
Hyundai reveals the first look at an all-new model, the Santa Cruz ute. Hyundai has unveiled its Santa Cruz ute, a recreational monocoque chassis ute for the North American market. We know that Hyundai Australia won’t be bringing it here anytime soon, and that’s likely on account of it being
Our independent 2021 Hyundai i30 Sedan N-Line review in Australia, including price, specs, interior, ride and handling, safety and score. After years of indifferent Elantra sales and a fading presence in the company of the hugely successful i30 hatch, Hyundai Australia has gone out on a limb by naming the
Ioniq 5 will use recycled materials and push the limits of practicality thanks to an all-new platform. Ahead of its February 23 launch, teaser images of the Ioniq 5 from Hyundai Motor Group have begun surfacing. The latest shows us a glimpse of the interior. A sub-brand under Hyundai like
Our independent 2021 Hyundai Kona review in Australia, including price, specs, interior, ride and handling, safety and score. Hyundai is in the midst of a new product onslaught. It began in 2020 with the arrival of the new i30 Sedan, Santa Fe and Palisade and this year will bring more,
Hyundai’s lineup will grow larger with the introduction of the Bayon. Hyundai will introduce another compact SUV (alongside the Venue already sold here) that competes against the Ford Puma, Nissan Juke, VW T-Cross and others. But despite the sharp look from these preview images, it won’t be sold here. The
The Hyundai Motor Group has announced that it will introduce 800 volt electric vehicles, underpinned by the E-GMP platform. A crucial piece in the gap between performance and reliability, 800 volt architecture allows for super-fast charging of the battery and, most importantly, repeatable high performance running. It is something only
Hyundai’s hi-po SUV will soon launch, the Korean brand confirming some specs and showing the first proper images. Hyundai has begun to officially tease the upcoming Kona N, a high-performance SUV that we now know will house the same 2.0-litre turbo as the i30 N. Shown here in camo pictures
Our independent 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe review in Australia, including price, specs, interior, ride and handling, safety and score. The car industry loves to brandish something as all-new. So trigger happy are some manufacturers that merely updating the styling or changing a few interior trims constitutes fanfare. However, not Hyundai.