Tag : Hyundai
Europcar Mobility Group UK has reduced its overall fleet emissions with the addition of 300 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrids.
Hyundai has brought some of the ‘N’ – the brand’s performance arm – styling to the i30 range, with the introduction of an entry-level 1.0-litre T-GDi … Read More »
Ashley Andrew has been appointed as Hyundai’s new managing director to oversee the brand’s UK business.
The i30 gets its first sports-styled trim level, and Alex Grant reckons there’s plenty to like.
Solar-charging technology that could increase fuel efficiency and range and cut CO2 is to make its way into new Kia and Hyundai cars.
The Nexo SUV brings hydrogen fuel cells a step closer to mass market appeal, explains Alex Grant.
Jonathan Musk drives Hyundai’s refreshed mid-size SUV to find out what’s new…
Can diesel prove to be the pick of the bunch for Hyundai’s fun Kona? By Jonathan Musk
Hyundai has confirmed hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains will be added to the Santa Fe SUV.
Hyundai and Audi are partnering to develop joint fuel cell technologies for future models in a move to accelerate the fuel cell electric vehicle market.
Nexo does more than just pick up where the ix35 fuel cell left off, explains Martyn Collins.
A stylish coupé-like saloon extends the i30’s appeal, reckons Craig Thomas.
Hyundai’s first hot hatch is a turning point for the brand, says Alex Grant.
Multi-million pound funding from the Department for Transport is to be used to increase the number of hydrogen refuelling stations in the UK, as well as … Read More »
A decent opening foray into the compact SUV market – but there’s more to come, says Craig Thomas.
Ashley Andrew has joined Hyundai Motor UK as its new sales director following the departure of Martin Wilson to Thrifty.
Can the i30 stand up to the C-segment’s most formidable rivals? Alex Grant finds out.
The UK true fleet sector ended 2017 with another month in the red but helped make up for even bigger losses elsewhere in the new car … Read More »
Autonomous Hyundai models are to be tested in pilot smart cities across the globe from early next decade.
Hyundai has extended its scrappage scheme until the end of March and added the Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid and Kona SUV to the scheme.
Nissan’s head of leasing, specialist fleet sales and rental Michael Stewart has joined Hyundai Motor UK as its new fleet director.
Hyundai’s i30 Fastback will go on sale on 18 January, priced from £20,305 and providing a rival to the similarly priced Mazda3 Fastback.
The third part of the Ioniq family is plug-in hybrid technology done right, explains Alex Grant.
Hyundai is preparing hybrid and electric versions of its core models, but doesn’t see diesel engines losing much favour with fleets even with potential company car … Read More »
Hyundai Motor Group (HMG) has revealed the first of a new generation of petrol and diesel engines, claiming conventional powertrains will still have a strong market … Read More »
Thrifty has announced the appointment of a new managing director as current incumbent Roger Hancock takes on the role of chairman.
The i30 is a sophisticated alternative to the class defaults, reckons Alex Grant.