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Small cars are a big deal for Hyundai in 2017. The automaker launches its new Ioniq model, which is better looking and more sophisticated than the similar Toyota Prius. A redesigned Elantra sedan also arrives, along with updated Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport crossovers that are now safer than ever. Hyundai also adds value to its Accent, Elantra GT, and Sonata lineups.

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Hyundai Motor this week in Los Angeles premiered the bold 2018 Hyundai Kona crossover, configured for its U.S. utility lineup that includes Santa Fe, Santa Fe Sport and Tucson SUVs.
For the 2018 model year, Hyundai introduces a new subcompact crossover SUV called the Kona, redesigns the entry-level Accent and sporty Elantra GT, heavily refreshes the Sonata midsize sedan, and adds a new plug-in hybrid version of the Ioniq to the lineup.
Hyundai is introducing a program to give consumers an easier, faster, digital sales experience that provides a 3-day money-back guarantee for shoppers unhappy with their purchase.
Small performance models are in the spotlight at the Frankfurt Motor Show with Hyundai Motor’s i30 N, a high-performance variant of the i30 compact hatchback.
Hyundai recently previewed a sleek, next-generation, fuel-cell-powered small SUV with increased driving range.
With the new 2018 Kona, Hyundai has built an entry-level, subcompact crossover SUV that the company specifically designed to appeal to Gen Y buyers.
Small cars are a big deal for Hyundai in 2017 as the automaker launches its new Ioniq model and a redesigned Elantra sedan.
Hyundai has announced the introduction of the Autonomous Ioniq concept, one of the few self-driving cars in development to have a hidden LiDAR system in its front bumper instead of on the roof.
Hyundai says the 2017 Ioniq is the first car in the world to offer three different types of green powertrains on a single platform.
This week at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, Hyundai introduced its own take on alternative power for the world—the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq line of hatchback cars—with a choice of hybrid, plug-in-hybrid, or pure electric powertrains.