Posts Tagged ‘Hyundai’

Hyundai Squashes Those Apple Car Rumors

If you were excited about the recent resurrection of Apple Car news, it’s time to temper your expectations. South Korean automakers Hyundai (and their subsidiary Kia Motors) have said that they are no longer in talks with Apple to develop an autonomous vehicle. Hyundai shares fell 6.21% in South Korea on Monday. Kia shares also plunged…

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Inside the 2021 Hyundai Kona: Quirky, Affordable and Fun

2021 Hyundai Kona

Despite debuting three years ago, the Hyundai Kona is still capable of captivating onlookers with its bold styling. However, there’s more to the subcompact crossover than its squinty front end. For starters, the 2021 Kona features a gutsy 175-horsepower turbocharged engine and sharp handling. They combine to make it surprisingly fun to drive. It also…

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Inside the 2021 Hyundai Palisade: A Luxury SUV for the Masses

2021 Hyundai Palisade SUV

When you think of a luxury SUV, you’re probably picturing dollar signs and plenty of surfaces that aren’t family friendly. Who wants to clean up Cheerios off carpet that costs more than a year’s supply of Starbucks drinks? Working families, worry no more. Hyundai brings you the Palisade, a pristine SUV that presents itself as…

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Hyundai Accelerates Their Development Of Flying Cars

Hyundai is doubling down on their plans for flying cars. The South Korean automaker is reportedly accelerating development of flying cars. They plan to have a full line-up of aerial vehicles available to consumers within a decade. Hyundai is developing flying car models that will carry five or six people within metropolitan areas. There’s also…

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Hyundai And Kia Recall 600,000 Vehicles Over Engine Fire Risk

Hyundai and Kia have announced a recall for nearly 600,000 vehicles worldwide. Affected models are from 2013 through 2015 model years. The recall is to fix a problem with a fluid leak in the hydraulic control unit of the anti-lock brakes. The brake fluid leak issue was first reported in 2018. The automaker had been…

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