I think it can actually cause you some brain damage if you spend too long trying to picture a Hyundai Veracruz. The primate brain simply isn’t capable of performing such an act, but it almost can, so the brain’s vision and car-identification centers can overwork themselves to such a degree that they can cause a stroke…
Concern about the risk for Hyundai and Kia vehicles to catch fire has spread recently, with no official recall yet. One Virginia woman wants to hurry that process along, since she said she’s still on the hook for payments on her 2012 Kia Soul that burned to a skeleton of its former self earlier this month.
Alright, Hyundai. We need to talk about this “Iron Man Edition” of the Kona crossover real quick. First, Iron Man wouldn’t let one of his farts be transported five feet in a budget crossover with well under 200 horsepower, let alone put his face all over one. Second, refer back to the first point. It’s convincing…
Genesis, Hyundai’s new luxury brand, recently launched the third member of its lineup, the 2019 Genesis G70 luxury sports sedan. It’s a wonderful car, but its presence orients Genesis’ current trajectory eerily in the direction of Cadillac’s: heavy on sedans and too light on the SUVs and crossovers that everyone is…
While our world slowly descends into a fiery hellscape, at least new vehicle quality is up. There’s a silver lining to everything. The 2018 JD Initial Quality rankings are out and the highest ranked brands are all Korean this time.
Yep, you read the headline right. Your readings comprehension skills are still fantastic, as always. The Hyundai logo, that stylized H contained by a car-badge-ubiquitous oval, is actually based on a somewhat strange image of two men shaking hands. I asked Hyundai; they confirmed it.
Hyundai didn’t plan too far ahead when it came to dealerships for its Genesis luxury brand, but it’s looking way into the future on something much more important: holograms in cars. Holograms? Holograms. Holograms, like a wispy version of your significant other, sitting in a passenger seat next to you.
After initially restricting the Genesis luxury brand to only a select number of dealers, Hyundai came to the revelation that more distribution leads to better sales and has decided that now Genesis models can be sold to through any Hyundai dealer.
Hyundai finally made Genesis its own standalone luxury brand, and while that will leave a lot of luxury car buyers wondering “What the hell is Genesis?”, it also means the company can do pretty much whatever it wants. One thing I think it should do is build this, the Genesis Essentia Concept, an electric GT car that’s…
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The number of cars with manual transmissions is dwindling to the point where they are like a small oasis in a dry and cracked desert of automatics. But through the dust emerges a new hero: The 2019 Genesis G70, with an option of three pedals instead of two.
The Hyundai Le Fil Rouge concept is supposed to herald in the car company’s new design direction. The tagline is a little gross (“Sensuous Sportiness”) but the shape is pretty slick.
This is the new Hyundai Kona EV, announced today, looking every bit like the kind of car an automaker would be building in this Tesla-versus-everybody world. But wait.
The all-new 2019 Santa Fe has three rows of seats and an available diesel(!) engine. The sacred combination of luxury, torque and efficiency in an SUV is no longer purely the domain of the German automakers.