Is Hyundai's new 2020 Veloster, its funky take on a warm hatch, enough to cut the mustard?
Aimed at the young and young at heart, the funky little Venue presents as a cheap and cheerful way into the in vogue SUV lifestyle.
If you find regular hatchbacks a little passé, then boldly designed crossovers – really just high-riding coupes – like the hot-selling Hyundai Kona Elite await you.
How does the base-spec Active scrub up, without all of those bells and whistles?
I live and work in the city. Most of my friends live in the city, and most of the places I go are in the city. Our Hyundai Kona Highlander Electric has spent a lot of time in the city.
The latest Elantra Sport is at the pointy end of the warmed-up performance segment delivering solid fun behind the wheel, as well as practicality and good looks. Plenty of standard kit, too, if you go with this Premium variant.
Price leader, base model, entry level – whatever you choose to call the Hyundai Kona Go, it lacks for little in terms of attitude or equipment, in a down-to-earth way.
The bones of Hyundai's infotainment system are pretty well reported by now, but the Kona Electric Highlander wades into battle with a few unique touches to help owners make the most of its range.
The Kona Electric might be getting all the attention lately, but Hyundai also has the Ioniq Electric on offer. Can it spark your interest?
Hyundai has built the Kona EV around the bones of a petrol car, but it's made a real effort to differentiate the two from behind the wheel.
In the right hands the Hyundai i30N hot hatch is capable of outpacing Porsches, BMWs, Audis and other exotic supercars. Unfortunately, I don’t have those hands. Which is why although I’m behind the wheel of a Hyundai i30N Fastback, I’m not about to set any records. My main focus is keeping on Terra Firma while trying to extract as much enjoyment as possible from Hyundai’s entree into the hot hatch class...