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Detroit Auto Show 2018 Preview

The Detroit Auto Show is fast approaching. The lineup for this year has some new additions and tweaks to recent models. Some of the manufacturers whose models will be present at the auto show are listed below. Hyundai Genesis The luxury brand is getting off to a good start this spring with the arrival of the G70. This compact sports sedan is the first product specifically designed for Genesis. Two

Hyundai’s Ambitious Plans to Release 8 New Crossovers by 2020

Hyundai is looking to expand the number of models they offer by expanding their line of crossovers. In an announcement made by the company, Hyundai says that they want to introduce or redesign eight crossover utility vehicles (CUV) by the year 2020. The first vehicle to lead the way will be the Hyundai Kona that will hit dealership floors in March of 2018. Hyundai’s current lineup mostly con

Hyundai and Kia Planning Major Recall Over Engine Issues

Auto manufacturers may need to issue recalls for any number of reasons, citing safety concerns and driving issues that may result in damage to the vehicle or the driver. Recently, Hyundai and Kia have announced that they are making plans to recall over 1.4 million vehicles and SUVs in the United States, South Korea and Canada. The recall has been issued because there has been an issue found with t

Sales Rise of the Lesser Knowns

While most have been focusing on all of the deficits, what is most impressive to me are the automakers that have surpassed their own sales projections. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), Volkswagen Auto Group (VW AG) Volvo Car Group, Hyundai and Kia have all gotten more sales than even they expected. It should be mentioned, that recalls have been a ubiquitous presence in the automotive industry sin

Mitsubishi Motors and Hyundai Kia: Regarding Mileage

After coasting under the radar for quite awhile, Mitsubishi Motors has made a grand rise to the worst kind of prominence. They (and pretty much anyone else) would much preferred obscurity to impropriety exposure. Regrettably, for the Japanese automaker; the mileage scandal could not have been more nonfortuitously timed for Mitsubishi Motors. The South Korean automaking super duo; Hyundai and Kia;

Crossovers, SUVs and Pickup Trucks Are What’s Hot in the Streets

Car buyers can’t get enough of crossovers, SUVs and pickup trucks, and car companies are only too happy to oblige them by pumping those vehicles out as fast as they can. The major automakers displaying their wares at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show emphasized their crossovers, SUV and pickup truck models. Report after report after report from the Windy City indicates that the trend toward utility vehi

Hyundai Problems: Strikes and Recalls

Hyundai Motor Company has enjoyed quite a few years of relentless growth. Beyond sales growth, they expanded their presence by becoming the Official Sponsor for both the NFL and NBA. Kia has been the sponsor for the NBA for years now, but they also have deals with the LPGA, Billboard Music Awards, the Grammys, and various individual teams in both the MLB and NBA. Kia also sponsors a handful of ind

Hyundai Is Still Deciding on the Santa Cruz

The week of Concours d’Elegance Hyundai premiered a new concept, the Vision G. The Vision G seems to be a true concept, as opposed to the preview of a future model. Though, that is not to say that the Vision G is a total one off piece of art, despite the more or less blatant implication that it might be. The Vision G was unveiled at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, but still, some feat

Minimalist Sports Car: Hyundai Genesis Coupe

Hyundai recently released a concept car; the Vision G. The Vision G as the name may or may not imply is a sneak preview of what the Genesis subbrand might have in store for the future. It was a coupe that packed the power of the Genesis sedan’s 5.0 liter Tau V8. In my humble opinion, it seems that the Korean has monumental rebranding plans in store for their flagship company. Because, while the

Hyundai: Evolution of Genesis

2015 pulled the rug pulled from under Hyundai’s feet. After the over a decade of explosive expansion, the Korean company and its sister Kia are finally feeling stagnant sales like most other auto makers. The minimalist car maker responded to their new climate of mediocre growth by previewing a potential facelift for their Genesis family; Hyundai released a concept sports Coupe; the Vision G.