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Hyundai promises brand new EV for US within three years

The big and official news from Hyundai at the Washington Auto Show this week was that a bunch of people went to the website for the Tucson Fuel Cell CUV. But as Michael O'Brien, the vice president of corporate and product planning

Kia readying electric minicar for late 2011 launch

Word from the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show was that dividing lines would form in the Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group, with Kia to focus solely on electric vehicles and Hyundai to develop plug-in hybrid and fuel cell vehicles.

Hyundai goes for popemobile market with new i10

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Hyundai planning Toyota iQ rival

It is codenamed "green baby," and it is Hyundai's answer to the Toyota iQ. A Hyundai Europe insider hinted that the car could be funkier and "more basic and functional" than the iQ. The iQ Concept had a pretty neat interior, but there really isn't much space between it and the backstop of basic transportation - at least, not when it comes to anything you'd want to sit in.

Rendered Speculation: Honda to create mini-hatch for emerging markets

Lost in the jeers following Honda's move to cancel the NSX – a car it could probably sell based solely on its ridiculously wonderful exhaust note – is news that the Big H is planning an A-segment car for markets outside of Japan. Now that the microcar

Hyundai might bring the 47mpg I10 stateside

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Hyundai considers sourcing city car from India

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The ten cheapest cars of the world - #8 - Hyundai i10/Atos

Hyundai i10. (The model that replaced the Atos) 5-door hatchback. South Korea. $9,096