2022 Hyundai i30 N Drive-N Limited Edition
Using feedback from the market, the media, and the N-thusiasts - who already found ways to improve the i30 N, Hyundai came up with the i30 N Drive-N Limited Edition. While it will offer the same high-performance driving experience, the new edition will offer an updated exterior and interior design.
The new special edition will be limited to only 800 copies: 620 for Europe and 180 for Australia. Production has already begun.
We Finally Get A Glimpse Of The 2023 Hyundai Kona’s Interior
Hyundai unveiled the new-generation Kona back in 2017, and it remained pretty much unchanged ever since. A new generation has been spotted out in the wild for quite some time now: for example, back in February, it was seen testing in Sweden. Today, the car was caught testing out in the wild once again, but this time, we also get a good look of the interior.
Honda Civic Type R Vs Hyundai Elantra N Is The Front-Wheel-Drive Drag Race You Don’t Want To Miss
The Honda Civic Type R and Hyundai Elantra N are two of the hottest, front-wheel-drive performance cars, currently on sale. While they are both capable, it’s interesting to see how they stack up against one another, in a drag race. Sam Carlegion has arranged for the two performance vehicles to line up on the drag strip, for a series of runs. Here’s what happened.
The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N, Rumored To Have The Kia EV6 GT’s Heart, Spied Testing Close To Nürburgring
Hyundai has big plans for its Ioniq electric sub-brand: it will launch 23 new electric models by 2025. It all started with the launch of the Ioniq 5, and will continue with the Ioniq 6, but also an N version of the recently launched electric hatch. In fact, the next Ioniq 5 N was caught testing a few times before, but today the electric hatch has been spied testing closer to Nürburgring.
This 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Prototype Reveals New Details
Hyundai announced the Ioniq 5 back in February 2021, and in early 2022, we got the first proof that the company will also launch an N version for the electric hatch. In fact, this shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone, as Hyundai plans to have 23 new electric models by 2025.
Today our spy photographers caught the next Ioniq N out for a new testing session, this time wearing a different camouflage that reveals more details.
2022 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid & Plug-in Hybrid
Switching to a complete EV might be a bit of a stretch, since EVs are costlier alternatives to gas-operated regular cars. But, fear not. If you have Toyota Prius on your list, then you must add both the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid on it. Plus, the Prius lineup is still suffering the ugly design approach of Toyota, while Hyundai has kept the Ioniq Hybrid neat and exciting, minus the performance. Unfortunately, Hyundai decided to pull the plug on the full-electric Ioniq to make way for the Ioniq 5 EV. A 1.6-liter naturally aspirated four-pot remains the beating heart of all the Ioniq hybrids, along with an electric motor. But, what impresses us is the outstanding fuel economy the whole range can deliver, especially the MHEV Blue trim. A whopping 60 miles per gallon on the highway has been rated by the EPA, which is about seven miles per gallon more than what the Prius can deliver, although being better in performance. Both, the Plug-in Hybrid and the Hybrid have good-looking cabins, and the overall experience is a lot better than the competition, we would say. So, should you get yourself either of the Ioniq hybrids? We are here to confirm that.
It Seems Like Hyundai Is Working On A Performance ’N’ Version Of The Ioniq 5 EV
Its been almost a year since Hyundai announced the Ioniq 5 for the first time, and less than two months since, it was put on sale. But, it can never be too soon to offer you more good news when it comes to the Ioniq 5.
We already knew that Hyundai has big plans for the future. By 2025, the company wants to have 23 EVs in its lineup, and it looks like one of these 23 electric cars will be an N version of the Ioniq 5.
The 2023 Hyundai Accent Loves Getting Papped By The Carparazzis
Back in 2021, Hyundai sold a total of 19,614 examples of the Accent, which was up from the 15,975 copies sold back in 2020, but way under from what it used to be. For example, back in 2017, a total of 58,955 Accents were sold. So, after only five years on the market, Hyundai is thinking to replace the fifth-generation Accent with a new one, that hopefully will be better.
The 2023 Hyundai Accent Steps Out In Snow With Heavy Clothing
The Hyundai Accent, or Verna, as it is known in some parts of the world. is now in its fifth generation. A sixth-generation is around the corner, and, these spy shots show the South Korean automaker has already begun testing it.
The prototype caught testing is heavily camouflaged, but we can still decipher what the new Accent will look like
The Coolest Cars in the World
If you are in the market for a car, you will be surprised at the number of offerings you get in every single segment. Right from your Nissan Versa to a Ferrari F8 Tributo; there is competition in every segment. Whether you’re into classic cars, imported models or luxury items, you will be spoilt for choices. But, not every car you see is a cool one. There are a number of factors in determining whether a car is cool or not. There’s the exterior, the interior, the performance, and most importantly, it’s every individual’s opinion. You may or may not agree with some of the entries here, but here’s a look at the coolest cars of 2021.
Best Pickup Trucks Of 2021
Pickup trucks have dominated the American market for the longest time, and this isn’t bound to change anytime soon. There are tens of pickup trucks available today, and unless you are clear with your requirements, you are sure to get confused with what to pick. With electric trucks entering the market, the confusion is only going to intensify. When we sat down to pick the best trucks of 2021, we knew we were in for a trouble given the numerous choices that we have. So, to make it simpler, we decided to go with new that were launched in 2021.
Presenting to you, the five best pickup trucks of 2021. Spoiler alert – two of these are EVs!
2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Starts at $39,700 But Things Get Out of Control Fast
Hyundai has big plans for the future: by 2025 the company wants to have 23 EVs in its lineup and the Ioniq 5 was the first model out of these 23. It was previewed by the 45 concept at the 2019 Frankfurt Auto Show and, earlier this year, it finally made its world debut.
Now, Hyundai announced that the new Ioniq 5 will go on sale in late December at a starting price of $39,700. The car is also eligible for a $7,500 Federal Tax Credit.
2022 Hyundai Kona
Arriving with significant updates both to the exterior and interior, the new 2022 Kona brings hope not only to younger buyers but also enthusiasts with the newly added Kona N Line and N. While the looks and the aesthetics have taken a sharper appeal, the mechanics have stayed the same, except for the addition of a CVT to the base engine. We think that the new Kona is a breakthrough in how compact SUVs should look and feel, but, should you buy one?
New 2022 Hyundai Tucson XRT Looks Rugged, But It’s Still No Off-Roader
Watch Five Pickup Trucks Try To Invoke The Usain Bolt Spirit In Them In This Drag Race
The folks at ‘The Fast Lane Truck’ conducted a drag race with not two, but five different pickup trucks. They had trucks across segments, starting from the Ford Maverick and the Hyundai Santa Cruz, to the Nissan Frontier, the Toyota Tundra, and the Ford F-150 Raptor. This wasn’t a conventional race wherein you just had all five trucks go at it together. It was more of a gauntlet match wherein the winner of a race faced a new truck in the next round and the loser got eliminated. Sounds a little like Squid Game, doesn’t it?
The latest Honda Civic takes on the Hyundai Elantra at the drag strip. The results might surprise you
Battle Of The Hot Budget Hatches: The Hyundai i20 N vs Ford Fiesta ST vs Volkswagen Polo GTI
Mat Watson and his team from ‘Carwow’ brought three hot budget hatches to the drag strip. The contenders were the Hyundai i20 N, the Ford Fiesta ST, and the Volkswagen Polo GTI. All of them make in the whereabouts of 200 horsepower. The fact that every car has an aspect where it shines the best and is better than its competitors makes up for an interesting race. Which hatch do you have your money on?
The 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz Is Almost $4k More Expensive Than Ford Maverick
Hyundai has announced that the Santa Cruz pickup will go on sale at the end of July 2021. It will carry a price tag of $23,990 for the entry-level, FWD, SE model, while the range-topping limited trim with the 2.5-liter turbocharged engine and AWD will command a steep price of $39,720. In comparison, the new Ford Maverick starts out at just $19,995, and it’s coming from an automaker that knows a thing of two about trucks. It will even be offered with an FX4 package that will being with it more off-road capability, but with AWD vs. 4WD. The Santa Cruz will offer up to 275 horsepower, which isn’t bad for a smaller truck, which might be its strongest selling point as the range-topping Maverick will come with just 250 horsepower and 277 pound-feet of torque from a turbocharged, 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder. Click on the full-screen button on the slider above to read our dedicated webstory on the Hyundai Santa Cruz and what it brings to the table.
2021 Hyundai i30
If you follow what’s happening in the automotive world, you’ve probably noticed how Hyundai cars have turned from cheap and unremarkable into worthy alternatives to already established manufacturers. When it comes to mass-produced vehicles, the Hyundai i30 is right up there with the likes of Toyota Corolla and Volkswagen Golf. The i30’s rise to its current status began at the 2010 Frankfurt Auto Show, where the second generation shocked Volkswagen executives, wondering how the Korean brand could come up with something so good. The i30 is currently in its third generation, but what really makes it so good?