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Kona Hybrid image

2019 A subcompact hybrid crossover SUV
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Tucson 48V Hybrid

2018 A compact 48V hybrid crossover SUV
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Kona/Encino Electric

2018 A subcompact electric crossover SUV
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NEXO

2018 A mid-size fuel cell crossover SUV
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Elantra EV

2017 A compact electric sedan
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 News
Jun 14, 2019

On June 13, Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Motors Corporation announced they have invested in Aurora Innovation Inc. to accelerate the development of autonomous vehicle technologies.
The move will strengthen the strategic partnership formed between the companies in 2018, under which Hyundai, Kia, and Aurora have been collaborating on self-driving technologies on Hyundai’s flagship fuel cell vehicle NEXO.
With the new investment, the companies will expand research into a wide range of models and optimize Hyundai and Kia autonomous vehicle platforms.
Integration of the Aurora Driver system, which is comprised of LiDAR, radar, cameras, and software modules, will enhance the ability of Hyundai and Kia vehicles to monitor, react, and adapt to different surroundings.
Hyundai Motor Group’s future mobility plans include commercialization of Level 4 autonomous vehicles by 2021 with the pilot launch of a fleet of autonomous robo-taxis in smart cities.

(Hyundai press release on June 13, 2019)

Jun 13, 2019

On June 11, Hyundai released pricing for its new premium flagship three-row 2020 Palisade SUV ahead of its imminent U.S. launch.
The 2020 Palisade rides on an all-new SUV chassis with exceptional second- and third-row roominess coupled for up to eight passengers with generous cargo area and reconfiguration flexibility.
The Palisade is produced in Ulsan, Korea.
Pricing ranges from USD 31,550 for the FWD base SE model with 3.8-liter V6 GDI engine and 8-speed automatic Shiftronic transmission to USD 46,400 for the AWD Limited model.

(Hyundai Motor press release on June 11, 2019)

Jun 10, 2019

On June 10, Hyundai announced that it is partnering with MDGo, an Israeli start-up, to help shape the next generation of advanced vehicle safety systems. Hyundai and MDGo will co-develop connected services that bring the worlds of health and automotive closer than ever. Hyundai Motor’s partnership with MDGo is the eighth successful project by Hyundai CRADLE Tel Aviv.
The MDGo AI technology interprets accident data and compiles numerous sets of insights regarding the occupants and the vehicle. Within seven seconds of impact, emergency services are sent a detailed analysis of potential injuries, communicated through medical terms.
Using the spectrum of sensors in the car and MDGo technology, Hyundai Motor will be able to send emergency services a wealth of data like injury level information and safety system activation.
The new partnership will also help Hyundai to enhance the active and passive safety capabilities of its vehicles. Big data gathered from accident scenarios will inform Hyundai of how to bolster crash structures and integrate new technologies to overcome issues identified by the AI analysis.

Hyundai press release