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  • First images of the 2023 Genesis G90

    Despite the failure of the Hyundai Equus and the two versions of the G90 first generation, Genesis persists and signs with a second generation of its large sedan. This time, the pace is anything but ordinary. Genesis will relaunch its large sedan G90 in the rest of the world in 2022. For America, we will have to wait for the…

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  • New Kia Niro and Genesis GV70 Electric First Look

    The Hyundai group recently officiated at the unveiling of two nonetheless important electrified models working in the families of the Kia and Genesis brands. The second-generation Kia Niro made its first public debut last week at the Seoul Auto Show, but without telling us too much about what shape it will take once commercialization begins. The crossover, currently offered in…

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  • Hyundai Supernal, the first urban flights from 2028

    Hyundai made a splash at THOSE (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas in 2020 with the unveiling of the S-A1 concept. It is not a car, but the marriage between a drone and an airplane intended to transport passengers from roof to roof in the middle of the city. Supernal, this is the name that will henceforth be used by…

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  • Genesis GV60, the first electric vehicle with wireless charging?

    The Genesis GV60 will become the first electric vehicle of the luxury brand of Hyundai. It was due to be introduced in late 2022 and presumably marketed as a 2022 model. The Genesis GV60 will become the first production electric vehicle that can be recharged using wireless technology, according to a report. The leaders of Genesis have repeatedly mentioned wanting…

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  • The 2022 Hyundai Elantra N officially makes its very first North American debut

    While the high-performance version of the Hyundai Elantra premiered live from South Korea a few months ago, Hyundai today unveils the North American version of its Hyundai Elantra N 2022, the one that will be sold in Canada by the end of the year. The Hyundai Elantra N 2022 was scheduled to make its first North American appearance at the…

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  • An “off-road” XRT version for the 2022 Hyundai Santa Fe

    There is a real craze for pickup trucks, off-road vehicles and adventurous SUVs like the Subaru Outback Wilderness. Hyundai is also following the trend by marketing a Santa Fe a little stronger. This is the declination XRT. It will be integrated into the range in 2022. Don’t expect a real off-road vehicle with the Hyundai Santa Fe XRT. It is…

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  • The 2022 Genesis G80 Sport is reborn in a new style

    It will soon be six years since Genesis separated from Hyundai to become a full-fledged entity, and a lot has happened in such a short time. Not only has Genesis found its visual identity, but it now offers a full lineup of compact, mid-size and full-size sedans, as well as two surprisingly capable SUVs. To underline this rapid progression, Hyundai’s…

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  • Hyundai shows first images of the 2022 Elantra N

    Even if the current range of the Hyundai Elantra is already well supplied with hybrid and N-Line versions, that does not seem to be enough for the manufacturer. As proof, a real High performance Elantra N is in the plans. The manufacturer has just published some official images. It’s been a while since rumors of a supercharged version of theElantra…

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  • Hyundai Elantra N 2022 : 276 hp, 289 lb-ft, 0-100 km/h in 5.3 seconds

    Hyundai is truly entering the world of sporty compact sedans. More dynamic than the Volkswagen GLI and Honda Civic Si, but less intense than the Volkswagen Golf R and Honda Civic Type-R, the Hyundai Elantra N opts for the happy medium. It’s now official, Hyundai offers a compact performance sedan with the unveiling of the NOT. Developed from Elantra new…

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  • It’s the end of the electric Hyundai IONIQ

    Hyundai will soon introduce a new family of electric vehicles under the name IONIQ. It will be remembered that the Genesis brand sounded the death knell for the Genesis models. Similarly, the manufacturer confirms that the current IONIQ model will suffer the same fate, at least the electric version for the moment. In order to make room for the models…

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