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2019 Hyundai Veloster N wants to eat the Golf GTI

2019 Hyundai Veloster N wants to eat the Golf GTI

Clearly nobody told Hyundai that the Detroit Auto Show 2018 was being dominated by trucks and slick luxury sedans: the South Korean company instead brought the brand new 2019 Veloster and its crazy Veloster N. The regular Veloster is now available with both a regular and a turbocharged engine for those looking for more power. As for the Veloster N, that's Hyundai's attempt to out-play VW's Golf GTI.

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Hyundai NEXO fuel-cell SUV revealed with 370 mile range

Hyundai NEXO fuel-cell SUV revealed with 370 mile range

Hyundai has revealed the new Hyundai NEXO, its new fuel-cell vehicle packing the automaker's latest driver-assistance technology. Officially named at CES 2018 today, the hydrogen-powered SUV can beam video from both sides of the car to the dashboard during lane-changes, along with the automaker's first implementation of lane-following assistance.

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Hyundai’s 2021 autonomous car roadmap starts with this fuel-cell SUV

Hyundai’s 2021 autonomous car roadmap starts with this fuel-cell SUV

Hyundai is bringing its new fuel-cell powered SUV to CES 2018, the first test model for its Level 4 autonomous car plans. The EV - the official name of which will be confirmed in Las Vegas next week - will form the basis for a partnership between Hyundai and driverless tech firm Aurora, which together aim to have an autonomous vehicle on the market by 2021.

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This car safety tech saves Level 4 autonomy for drowsy drivers

This car safety tech saves Level 4 autonomy for drowsy drivers

Fully driverless vehicles that can shuttle you from A to B may still be a few years out, but a car that can briefly switch into Level 4 autonomy when the driver is incapacitated might step in to save lives much sooner. That's what Hyundai Mobis is aiming for, anyway, with its new drowsy driver safety technology. Making its debut at CES 2018, the Departed Driver Rescue & Exit Maneuver - or DDREM - system promises minimal extra hardware for automakers, and a much smaller headache for regulators.

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Hyundai made a smart car AI that might actually be useful

Hyundai made a smart car AI that might actually be useful

Talking to car voice recognition systems is typically about as productive as cursing at other drivers, but Hyundai aims to change that with its new Intelligent Personal Agent. The new virtual assistant promises to be Alexa for the dashboard, offering not only control over features but proactive information based on the individual driver. According to Hyundai, it could be included in new cars as soon as 2019.

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2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo spied filming commercial

2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo spied filming commercial

The 2019 Hyundai Veloster was spied recently uncovered and rolling around the streets during a video shoot. The images are very blurry, which seems to be normal when a car is seen filming a commercial. We recently saw some similarly blurry images of the Bullitt Mustang. The Veloster in the images has the round rear, center exhaust tips signifying the turbo model.

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Hyundai shows off Vaccar Tucson Sport Concept bound for SEMA

Hyundai shows off Vaccar Tucson Sport Concept bound for SEMA

Every year Hyundai goes all out for SEMA and brings lots of concept cars to show off. The first concept for this year's SEMA show that Hyundai is showing off is the Vaccar Tucson Sport Concept and the SUV is heavily modified for SEMA duty. The engine has a Boostec turbocharger and R50 blow off valve and lots of upgrades for cooling and intake. The exhaust is also custom.

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2018 Hyundai Accent is all-new and powered by 130hp four

2018 Hyundai Accent is all-new and powered by 130hp four

Hyundai has rolled out the all-new 2018 Accent at the Orange County International Auto Show. The 2018 model is all-new and a much better looking car than it had been in years past. Hyundai also notes that the car has the latest safety and convenience features. The 2018 Hyundai Accent will land in dealerships this fall.

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Hyundai offers up details on next-gen fuel-cell powered SUV

Hyundai offers up details on next-gen fuel-cell powered SUV

Hyundai has been working a next generation fuel-cell powered SUV for a while now and the last time we talked about that SUV was back in December 2016 when it was tipped to be in development and promising a 348-mile range. Hyundai is offering up some more details on this SUV at a hydrogen vehicle preview event held in Seoul.

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2018 Hyundai Sonata First Drive: 5 things you need to know

2018 Hyundai Sonata First Drive: 5 things you need to know

The 2018 Hyundai Sonata is here, and while the automaker's mid-size family sedan hasn't been completely redesigned there are a few aspects of its recent refresh that are definitely worth discussing. The Sonata has moved past its challenger status and now sells at or over 200,000 examples every year in the United States, although it's starting to show the same battle scars as other sedans as a result of growing consumer interest in SUVs.

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2018 Hyundai Elantra GT First Drive: 5 things you need to know

2018 Hyundai Elantra GT First Drive: 5 things you need to know

Compact hatchbacks like the 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT have never really caught on in America, but it has little to do with their merits. Easy to park, cheap on gas, and remarkably practical, the fickle gods of fashion have long turned their backs on the humble hatch, a state of affairs made all the more ironic by the exploding popularity of small SUVs, which are essentially hatchbacks on stilts.

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2018 Hyundai Kona First Drive: Better late than never for all-new SUV

2018 Hyundai Kona First Drive: Better late than never for all-new SUV

Is it ok to be late to the party if you make a stylish entrance? That would appear to be the question asked by the new 2018 Hyundai Kona, the Korean automaker's first 'cute ute,' a subcompact crossover aimed at the growing slice of buyers trading in sedans for the all-wheel drive hatchbacks on stilts that are taking over the industry. The Kona's appearance in showrooms might lag chronologically behind options like the Jeep Renegade, the Mazda CX-3, and the Honda HR-V - we're unlikely to see it go on sale in the United States until the first quarter of 2018 - but Hyundai has pegged its hopes on pairing strong value with appealing design in its bid for the affections of space-seeking shoppers.

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