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  • There is a possibility that Hyundai will launch a new subcompact SUV for the U.S. market in the medium term. This model would directly rival the likes of the Chevrolet Trax, Honda HR-V, Jeep Renegade, and Mazda CX-3, which are all part of a growing segment.  The Korean manufacturer has yet to confirm any of this information, however.  Hyundai Motor America president and CEO Dave Zuchowski told Edmunds that the vehicle would be based on the Veloster platform, although he rejected the idea of importing the Creta (sold in India and other countries) because it lacks flair and is too conservatively styled ...

  • A few days before it was scheduled to be unveiled at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, Hyundai’s “Vision G” Coupe Concept made its debut. The concept represents Hyundai’s interpretation of the idea that glitz and glam isn’t necessarily needed to make a statement.  Hyundai’s team of designers focused on the idea of “chivalry” when working on the “Vision G” Coupe Concept vehicle, honing in on the idea that there’s no need to scream at the top of your lungs to be heard or noticed. And while the Hyundai “Vision G” Coupe Concept makes a serious statement with its large size ...

  • Hyundai finally introduced its much anticipated Intrado concept at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show.   Photo: Hyundai As the first concept created under the direction of former Audi design guru Peter Schreyer, and the first to embody the new Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design language, the Intrado aims to demonstrate Hyundai’s leadership in fuel cell technology while hinting at a new compact crossover.   Photo: Hyundai The Hyundai Intrado is equipped with a 36kW lithium-ion battery. Its lightweight construction and efficient powertrain result in improved driving dynamics, engineers claim. Few performance figures were provided, except for a range of about 600 ...