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
Unibody Trucks - the Ultimate Guide
Pickup trucks have been the best sellers in the U.S. for a very long time. In fact, in 2021, the top-three selling vehicles were the Ford F-Series, the Ram pickup, and the Chevy Silverado. This should give you an idea as to how popular pickup trucks are Stateside. While these utility vehicles are getting better in terms of looks, features, and overall premium vibes, they still don’t offer the best ride quality or good fuel economy. But, there is a solution for this – unibody trucks.
Unibody trucks aren’t considered real trucks by a lot of people, mainly because they can’t be taken on any path and can’t tow as much as a traditional body-on-frame truck. However, unibody pickups offer crossover-like handling, ride quality, and fuel efficiency, thus giving you a sweet mix of both worlds. There aren’t a lot of unibody trucks on sale today, but we’ve listed them out here. Before we start with it, let’s get to some basic questions and answers about unibody trucks and designs.
Nearly 9 Out Of 10 Cars Sold In This Country Were EVs
Electric vehicle (EV) sales in the United States still represent a drop in the bucket. Based on the data released by Cox Automotive, 487,460 EVs were sold in 2021. While that only accounts for 9.7-percent of all the vehicles sold last year, that still represents a 79.9-percent increase compared to 2020. The situation for EVs is vastly different in Norway, however, where nearly nine out of 10 new cars sold last month were EVs.
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.
Hyundai is the First to Reveal its Hybrid i20 N WRC Rally Car
In order to prepare for an all-electric era, the 2022 World Rally Championship (WRC) will introduce a new set of technical regulations known as the "Rally1." For the first time in the WRC history, the Rally1 cars will use a hybrid drivetrain and they will have to travel in electric-only mode on specific road sections.
Hyundai is the first one to announce its Rally1 contender with a few weeks before the season’s start later this month. The car - the i20 N Rally1 - is based on the road-going version i20 N, but it has been developed from the ground up to accommodate the new hybrid setup.
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Prototype Caught Testing On German Roads
Our spy photographers caught the upcoming Hyundai Ioniq 6 out for a new testing session of the streets of Germany. It looks like Hyundai engineers are busy testing the prototype in normal road conditions, before sending it to Scandinavia for winter testing under extreme cold conditions.
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!
Hyundai Motor Group Shuts Down Engine Development Center To Focus On Electrification
Hyundai Motor Group, which is composed of Hyundai itself and Kia, definitely thinks that the future is electric based on its latest move. The South Korean automaker has reportedly shut down its Engine Development Center as it will now pour all of its resources into electrifying its future vehicle lineup.
Best Cars Of 2021
With the pandemic still looming over our heads, 2021 was a pretty action-packed year for the auto industry. Sure, you had challenges, with automakers having to contend with issues like chip shortages, causing delays to consumers. But regardless, the show had to go on and we got some pretty cool cars making their debut, predominantly towards the latter half of 2021.
Let’s get one thing out of the way, 2021 really was also the year, when the market as a whole began to embrace EV’s and you could see several automakers both the legacy as well as EV startups bring several new models to market. Having said that, we did see some pretty cool ICE cars, also make their debut. Now there were several cars that made headlines this year, it was very difficult to pick out the best ones, but the cars on this list definitely stood out. Here’s our list of some of the most highly anticipated and important cars that were unveiled in 2021.
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?