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Hyundai Kona Ironman production car revealed for Comic-Con

Iron Man might drive an Audi R8, but that hasn't stopped Hyundai from trying to cash in on Tony Stark's popularity, revealing the production Kona Iron Man ahead of Comic-Con in San Diego. The new Kona Iron Man has a unique front-lighting signature, with a unique daytime-running light setup designed to match the face mask and eye shape of, you guessed it, Iron Man...

Hyundai i30 N Line unveiled in Europe

The sportier-looking Hyundai i30 N Line has been unveiled in Europe, bringing a dash of sportiness to non-N hatchbacks. Following the template laid out by Audi's S-Line, Mercedes-Benz's AMG Line and BMW's M Sport packages, the new i30 N Line upgrades the hatch's visuals to almost match the i30 N, but leaves the engine untouched...

2020 Hyundai i40 sedan spied

A car we suspect to be the next-generation Hyundai i40 has been spied testing at (and around) the Nurburgring. This vehicle, at first glance, looks to be half-size smaller than the US-focused Sonata, and has a sportier overall design...

2019 Hyundai Elantra spied without disguise - UPDATE

UPDATE, 9/7/18: More images of the new 2019 Elantra have been published on a Korean website. We've added them to the article. UPDATE, 10/7/18: Joining the moody black shots, two clear new photos of a grey example have surfaced. See above and below. The facelifted 2019 Hyundai Elantra has surfaced in new images published online this week, giving us a first look at the updated small sedan ahead of its official reveal...

Hyundai Australia seeing big changes in brand perception

Hyundai Australia is finally seeing a return on its marketing and brand perception in Australia, according to the company's local marketing director. Speaking with CarAdvice at the launch of the new Santa Fe, Hyundai Australia marketing director, Oliver Mann, said the company is impressed with the direction its public perception is heading...

Hyundai Santa Cruz 'too small' for Australia

Hyundai has confirmed the Santa Cruz ute will go into production for North America by 2020. Great news, right? Well, there's no guarantee it'll make its way Down Under. Speaking with CarAdvice at the launch of the Santa Fe, Hyundai Australia marketing director, Oliver Mann, said the product isn't necessarily right for Australia, and the company really wants a bigger ute for our market...

Hyundai Santa Fe: Eight per cent market share the goal

Hyundai has this week taken the wraps off its all-new Santa Fe, which it hopes will increase its market share in the hotly-contested large SUV segment. Currently commanding around six per cent market share, Hyundai expects the new technology in its seven-seat offering will increase drive a stronger position in its segment, despite stiff competition...

Hyundai i30N orders backlogged to November

Hyundai has hit the ground running with its first factory performance hatchback, the i30N. In fact, if you join the queue for a new one today, you won't see it until much later this year. Speaking with CarAdvice at last week's launch of the new Santa Fe, Hyundai Australia marketing director, Oliver Mann, said the company was thrilled with the interest in its new product...

2018 Hyundai Santa Fe pricing and specs

Hyundai Australia has released pricing and specifications for the all-new seven-seat 2019 Santa Fe, which arrives in showrooms this week. As is standard for Hyundai, the car will be offered in Active, Elite and Highlander guises. The base model Active (below) will be offered with a 2...

Hyundai Kona adds diesel option in Europe, not for Oz

Hyundai Motor Europe has expanded its powertrain offerings for the Kona small SUV, bringing a new diesel option, along with a front-wheel drive variant for the existing 1.6-litre turbo petrol. The diesel comes from Hyundai's new Smart Stream engine family, claiming to offer "improved real-life fuel economy and reduced exhaust emissions"...

Hyundai and Audi form fuel-cell EV alliance

Audi AG and Hyundai Motor, both major proponents of fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) technology alongside the likes of Toyota and Mercedes-Benz, have formed an alliance to get affordable systems to market sooner. Reading between the lines, Audi will develop its own FCEV crossover using components from the Hyundai Nexo (driven here) as a tangible starting point for the alliance...