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Hyundai IONIQ 5 named ‘Car of the Year’ at Auto Express New Car Awards 2021

Hyundai IONIQ 5 named ‘Car of the Year’ at Auto Express New Car Awards 2021

South Korean automotive manufacturer Hyundai Motors got one more feather added to its cap when its fully electric IONIQ 5 compact crossover SUV was named ‘Car of the Year’ at the recently held Auto

Genesis unveils fully-electric G80 at 2021 Shanghai Auto Show

Genesis unveils fully-electric G80 at 2021 Shanghai Auto Show

Genesis, a nascent luxury car brand of South Korea’s Hyundai Motor Corporation, has unveiled an electric version of its flagship G80 sedan at the ongoing 2021 Shanghai Auto Show.

Hyundai unveils new super-luxurious Genesis sedan

Automobile giant Hyundai on Tuesday introduced the world to its next-generation super-luxurious sedan Genesis in South Korea.

The next Genesis has received the first complete revamp since its launch in the year of 2008. It boats several new interior and exterior features, such as all-wheel-drive system and flat-front nose.

Hyundai to launch hydrogen-powered SUV next year

South Korean automaker Hyundai has announced its plans to launch a hydrogen-powered vehicle next year.

Hyundai aims to roll out its sports utility vehicle (SUV) dubbed Tucson, which will be powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, in the United States sometime in 2014. It is going to be the first mass-market hydrogen-powered vehicle to be sold or leased in the country.

John Krafcik, chief executive officer at Hyundai North America, recently said, "These things [hydrogen-powered vehicles] are now ready for prime time."

Hyundai Unveils 4 New Models in Paris

Hyundai Motor Company is reported to have unveiled four new models to be launched in Europe at the 2010 Paris Auto Salon. Among the four models, two are claimed to be world premieres.

In the category of engines equipped in the Blue Drive models, include Hyundai's new downsized 51kW/94Nm 1.0 litre Kappa petrol engine and the 1.7 litre U2 diesel engine. Both the powerful engines boast of its dependence on high-performance engine oil used in a view to lower driveline friction.

Hyundai Motors Setting up Contest with Brother’s Widow

Parent of South Korea's two biggest carmakers, Hyundai Motor Group is ready to bid a $2.5 billion worth stake in Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co., which is setting up scene of contest between the country's second richest man and widow of his brother.

The group comprises Hyundai Motor Co. and Kia Motors Corp. and are lined up to submit a letter of intent today, as informed in a regulatory filing in Seoul.

A victorious bid would help reunite Hyundai Motor with ex-associate, Hyundai Engineering, which is the country's biggest builder.

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