The new Hyundai Ioniq has officially maintained its maximum rating of five stars from the independent Euro NCAP for crash safety. The Ioniq Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid and Electric versions of the New Ioniq all keep this maximum score.
Hyundai Motor has revealed the first sketch of the all-new i10 ahead of its public world premiere later this year at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA). The latest addition to the Korean automaker’s i-range features a new-look design, which “shows a contrast between its soft surfaces and sharp lines”. Proportions for the all-new model have been “redefined in width, height and wheel size, resulting in an energetic and agile look”.
Hyundai Motor today unveiled an electric double-decker bus which is a first of its kind for Hyundai, and is part of the company’s effort to help reduce traffic congestion and air pollution.
Hyundai Motor is launching connectivity and design enhancements for the new Ioniq. As of its launch in 2016, the Ioniq was the world’s first car planned from the start to offer three electrified powertrains – hybrid, plug-in hybrid and full electric. The Ioniq now gets added technological features and a refreshed look
Hyundai Motor UK has announced UK pricing for NEXO, the company’s second generation hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle which is available to order directly from Hyundai Motor UK from today. NEXO has a claimed range of up to 414 miles and it joins Kona Electric and IONIQ Electric as the latest electrified Hyundai model available in the UK and one of the 44 new electrified models that Hyundai Motor Group pledge to launch by 2025
Hyundai revived the Tucson badge when it replaced the ix35 SUV, and the new model is a big step forwards. It has a sharp design and plentiful interior space that makes it a hit with families.
Hyundai Motor is showcasing what it describes as a heavily revised model of its Ioniq Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid. An enhanced Ioniq Electric is planned to follow soon after
Kia Motors and Hyundai Motor have today announced plans to introduce ‘solar roof’ charging technology on selected Hyundai Motor Group vehicles. Electricity-generating solar panels will be incorporated into the roof or the hood of vehicles, and will support internal combustion, hybrid and battery electric vehicles with additional electrical power, increasing fuel efficiency and range.
Hyundai Motor has received the maximum five-star overall rating from the European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP), the independent vehicle assessment organisation, for the all-new NEXO. Hyundai’s second-generation fuel cell electric vehicle demonstrated its high active and passive safety in all four Euro NCAP rating categories.