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2020 Hyundai Venue and Sonata pricing announced

2020 Hyundai Venue and Sonata pricing announced

Hyundai has a new entry-level SUV that is launching for car buyers shopping on a budget. The SUV is called the Hyundai Venue, and it starts at $17,250. At that price, the buyers get a 1.6-liter DPI 4-cylinder engine and a 6-speed manual transmission. Buyers who want that SUV with a 6-speed Smartstream IVT transmission will pay $18,450. Pricing doesn't include the $1,095 destination charge.

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2020 Hyundai Ioniq Electric range increase official ahead of big EV push

2020 Hyundai Ioniq Electric range increase official ahead of big EV push

Hyundai is going on an electrification spree, promising eight new "alternatively fueled vehicles" by 2022 as the 2020 Ioniq Electric lands with significantly greater range. The South Korean automaker says that it plans to have 13 different eco-focused models in its line-up by 2022, spanning an array of different drivetrains.

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Hyundai’s striking fuel-cell truck concept looks nothing like we expected

Hyundai’s striking fuel-cell truck concept looks nothing like we expected

Hyundai may be one of the few automakers with a hydrogen-powered vehicle on the road, but even that didn't prepare us for its latest fuel cell concept. The Hyundai HDC-6 Neptune is the company's vision of a zero-emission truck, and it's not just the powertrain that sets it apart from other such models.

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Hyundai iMax N Drift Bus takes everyone drifting

Hyundai iMax N Drift Bus takes everyone drifting

Hyundai has unveiled a very cool van that is called the iMax N Drift Bus. The van is a one-off ride that is "inspired by the mischievous spirit of N" and promises to put a smile on faces of the driver and up to seven passengers. Building the van required an engine swap.

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Hyundai machine learning Smart Cruise Control debuts

Hyundai machine learning Smart Cruise Control debuts

Hyundai has announced a world's first technology that it called Machine Learning based Smart Cruise Control (SCC-ML). SCC-ML is a technology that is meant to incorporate the driver's patterns into the self-driving behavior to create a custom experience for the driver. Hyundai says that the tech is an industry first and plans to implement the technology in the future.

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Hyundai reveals 45 EV Concept at IAA 2019

Hyundai reveals 45 EV Concept at IAA 2019

Hyundai has unveiled its latest EV concept car at IAA 2019 in Germany. The car is called the 45 EV concept, and Hyundai says that the concept foreshadows a "new era" of automotive design at the automaker. The new era of design will focus on electrification, autonomous technology, and intelligent design.

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Hyundai 45 EV concept teases something special

Hyundai 45 EV concept teases something special

Hyundai is readying a new all-electric concept car, and if the teaser is anything to go by, we're in for something unusual. The automaker has promised to fully reveal the Hyundai 45 Concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show in late September, blending cutting-edge drivetrain tech with a conspicuous nod to the past.

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Hyundai and Rimac team on performance electric cars

Hyundai and Rimac team on performance electric cars

Hyundai and Kia will build high-performance electric cars using Rimac tech, with the South Korean automaker following Aston Martin, Koenigsegg, and other supercar makers into inking a deal with the EV specialist. Two performance electric vehicles are on the cards initially, Hyundai Motor Group and Rimac have confirmed, and we won't have long to wait for them either.

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Hyundai talks updates for the new IONIQ

Hyundai talks updates for the new IONIQ

Hyundai has been selling its IONIQ since 2016, and it launched as the first car with three different electric powertrains to choose from. Hyundai has updated the most recent version of the IONIQ with new features bringing enhanced connectivity, driver assistance systems, and infotainment. The interior and exterior of the new IONIQ were updated as well.

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2020 Hyundai Venue shrinks the SUV (and its price tag)

2020 Hyundai Venue shrinks the SUV (and its price tag)

Hyundai has a new entry-level SUV, and the 2020 Venue aims to bring some of the automaker's more expensive features downtown more affordable price point. Debuting at the New York Auto Show 2019 today, the Venue slots in beneath the Kona in size, with two rows of seats for up to five people.

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Hyundai to show off Digital Car Key in New York

Hyundai to show off Digital Car Key in New York

We all have to keep up with car keys of some sort today be they old-school keys or digital fobs. Automakers are working to free us from needing those keys and fobs to gain access to our cars and start them up with digital key apps and services. Hyundai has announced that it will demonstrate its Digital Car key at the New York International Auto Show.

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Hyundai’s fancy cockpit of the future has lots of touch surfaces

Hyundai’s fancy cockpit of the future has lots of touch surfaces

Some automakers have tried to roll touch-sensitive surfaces into the cockpit of cars and trucks on the market today. For drivers, touch-sensitive surfaces tend to be hard to deal with because using them requires you to look away from the road and focus on the button since you can't feel individual buttons. Hyundai has a cockpit of the future that has large touch surfaces on the steering wheel.

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