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Hyundai is bringing a Bisimoto-tuned Ioniq hybrid to the SEMA specialty auto show later this month. Bisimoto Engineering is more often known for over-the-top tuned cars. Cars like vintage Porsche 911s with 850 horsepower twin-turbo engines, or Dodge Vipers with massive power. Oh yeah, and a Honda Odyssey minivan with 1,000 horsepower and a six-speed […]

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Hyundai Motor Company has launched its electric car-sharing service in Amsterdam, making it the first of its kind in Europe. The service will launch with an initial fleet of 100 Ioniq electric vehicles dispersed in pickup locations throughout the city. Users will be able to pay and open Ioniq rental doors using a smartphone app. […]

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In the latest salvo between Hyundai and Toyota for hybrid vehicle market share, Hyundai is now offering incentives to entice Toyota Prius owners to make the switch. Through Oct. 2, 2017, current owners and lessees of all versions of the Prius are now eligible for a $1,000 conquest bonus when purchasing any Ioniq Hybrid. Since […]

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In literature, every great protagonist has its foil; a character that helps highlight some of the central figure’s finer qualities. The Toyota Prius has had many such contrasting characters during its nearly two decades on the market, with the efforts of others simply shining a more positive light on the car that has come to […]

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Hyundai has revealed its new fuel cell powered SUV ahead of its official debut sometime next year. The Korean automaker quietly released these images today of a pre-production version of the unnamed SUV. The vehicle, which is “near production ready” according to Hyundai, has been designed from the ground-up as a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. […]

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Did you know you can spend the average low-30s price for a new car with average 26 mpg, or – if you care to save where it counts – you can buy a hybrid for less than the U.S. average price with double the U.S. average fuel economy? Hybrid cars are meant to be thought […]

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Hyundai’s electric Ioniq is too popular for Hyundai – or some of its suppliers – to handle. A report from Business Korea says that Hyundai is having trouble sourcing batteries for its Ioniq plug-in and EV. It says that Hyundai originally ordered 6,000 to 7,000 batteries from supplier LG Chem for installation in versions of […]

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Hyundai isn’t sitting on its electric laurels with just one EV. In addition to the recently launched electric Ioniq, it looks like an electric SUV is on the way with north of 200-miles real-world range. The news comes from Auto Bild, via PushEVs. They’ve reported that there will be an electric version of Hyundai’s new Kona compact […]

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This year the Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group will be selling as many hybrids and plug-in hybrids in the U.S. as king-of-hybrids Toyota, and what this might lead to remains to be seen. Hyundai and Kia have said their goal is to become no less than the world’s second-biggest seller of electrified vehicles by 2020, with the […]

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With the dawn of 2017, South Korea’s Hyundai Motors has begun rolling out an ambitious new mainstream line of Ioniq liftback sedans in the U.S. market that goes directly against Japan’s venerated Toyota Prius, king of the hybrids. It’s a battle for efficiency and consumer value between a well-established stalwart and a hungry and ambitious […]

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