Articles about Hyundai

We got excited there for a second
The Hyundai 45 concept was easily one of the coolest-looking EVs to be thrown on stage at last year's Frankfurt International Motor Show. It was sleek and edgy, and had some old-school inspiration despite being ultra-futuristic, so imagine
Available in two variants
The local subcompact crossover battle is really heating up.Hyundai Philippines has just launched the Venue in the local market, unveiling the vehicle just a little over the week after Kia Philippines introduced its own competitor in the form of the Stonic.
From its 1.6-liter turbo engine
Welcome to one of 2020's easiest-to-understand new cars. This isn't a niche-busting crossover-urban-SUV hodgepodge with a hybrid propulsion system that even Tony Stark couldn't explain. Nope, this is old-school. The new Hyundai i20N
According to Interbrand’s ‘Best Global Brands 2020’
It's that time of the year once again: International brand consultancy firm Interbrand has just released its list of the top 100 Best Global Brands of 2020. And for the nth time in the row, Toyota ranks highest among all automotive
See how the new Kia stacks up against its competitors in this three-way comparo
In case you missed it, there's a new crossover in town: the Kia Stonic. With its stylish design, tech-loaded cabin, and affordable price tag, it certainly looks like an interesting proposition in our market, especially for first-time car buyers.
It’s taking on the Kia Stonic
Yesterday, Kia officially introduced the Kia Stonic to the Philippine market. Small, relatively affordable, and pretty stylish for its size and segment, the newly-launched subcompact crossover presents an intriguing proposition for first-time car buyers.Now, a fellow Korean car manufacturer
Gasoline variants will launch in early 2021, with the plug-in hybrid will follow
Now this is the Hyundai that we're sure a lot of us have been keeping tabs on this year: the facelifted Santa Fe. It took a while, but the Korean carmaker has finally given us a full, detailed look of the
Talk about thinking out of the box
Hyundai is developing a walking car. There's lot of talk about "pushing boundaries" and shaping "the future of mobility" and so on in the announcement, but ultimately, it boils down to the fact that Hyundai is developing a walking car.The
The styling is the major talking point here
Damn, Hyundais look quite punchy now, huh? This is the new i20 N Line, and while it gives us a good idea of what to expect from the raucous, Fiesta ST-baiting i20N hot hatch, it operates a rung below in terms
It looks promising
Hyundai just keeps rolling out fast cars. Its N Division alone has released quite a handful throughout the year, including N Line versions of the Elantra, Sonata, and Kona.Now, it's Hyundai Motorsport's time to reveal its newest creation: the
The RM20e boasts 810hp
We're inching closer to a Hyundai supercar. Seriously. Hyundai's N performance arm is developing some kind of halo sports car, and its latest prototype, this RM20e, suggests that halo sports car will be fully-electric.Mid-engined, Veloster-looking concepts
That completes Hyundai’s lineup of government-certified modern jeepneys
Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) has been pretty busy with its efforts to support the government's PUV modernization program over the past year or so. Now, it seems continue to look up for HARI, as it has just received the Department
We now have our first look at the carmaker’s next performance sedan
When Hyundai unveiled the new Elantra N Line a while back, it confirmed that a Sonata N Line was also in the works. Well, guess what? The Korean carmaker has decided to give us a preview of the upcoming turbocharged Sonata, and
Are you digging this design?
To call the local midsize SUV scene competitive would be a massive understatement. With hot-selling offerings like the Mitsubishi Montero Sport, Nissan Terra, and Ford Everest, the segment is arguably the most cutthroat in the business here. In terms of sales,
Hybrid options included
Here's our first full look at the fourth generation of Hyundai's best-selling SUV-angry isn't it? Bit of a looker, though, and there are definite Mercedes-Benz EQC vibes going on.This latest Tucson is actually the first
Can you guess why?
Last March, Hyundai Motor Corporation introduced Ioniq as a platform for its standalone brand dedicated to the brand's electric vehicles. According to the carmaker, over the next four years, three new electric vehicles will be launched under this sub-brand. And
That total includes fuel-cell buses, trucks, trains, ships, and cars
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