Exclusive: Hyundai-Kia line-up until 2015.

Today, we bring you and exclusive information about the plans for the Hyundai-Kia’s line-up until 2015. From the confirmed Elantra Coupe version, to debut at the 2012 Detroit AutoShow in a few weeks until to Hyundai’s sport coupe sedan estimated for 2014. For Kia, the new cee’d/forte (first quarter 2012), the full-size luxury sedan (K9) and more. Hit the jump to see the complete information.

Hyundai’s lineup

  • i10 (Next gen in 2014).
  • i15 (compact car and CUV. Conenamed “HB” 2012 year-end for the compact version, first quarter of 2013 for the CUV). Low-cost model for Brazil and other countries.
  • i20 (Next gen in 2014) i20 is the european replacement of the Accent (Codenamed “MC”).
  • Accent (Released in January 2011 at the Montreal AutoShow). Codenamed “RB”.
  • Avante/Elantra (Released in April 2010 at the 2010 Busan International Motor Show). Codenamed “MD”.
  • Avante Coupe (World debut confirmed at the 2012 Detroit AutoShow).
  • i30 (Released in September 2011 at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show). Codenamed “GD”.
  • i30 plug-in hybrid (at the second quarter of 2012) [* Concept ‘Bluewill (HND-4)].
  • i40 (Released in March 2011 at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show).
  • Sonata (Light facelift at the end of 2012). Next gen in 2014, with new hybrid plug-in version.
  • i50 (uncovered no plans to release)
  • Veloster (Released in March 2011) Turbo GDi version confirmed to debut at the 2012 Detroit AutoShow.
  • Grandeur/Azera (Released in 2011). Codenamed “HG”.
  • A sports coupe 4-door sedan (Estimated 2014) Codenamed “SG”.
  • Equus (Next gen in 2015).
  • B-Segment CUV ix25 (At the end of 2013) * Based on Concept ‘Curb (HCD-12).
  • Tucson/ix-35 (Light facelift at the end of 2012. Next gen in 2015).
  • Santa Fe/ix45 (DM, 2012 년 4 월 ~ 9 월).
  • Veracruz (GN, 2012 November 2008) [* Released doubt].
  • ix30 minivan (Second quarter of 2012) [* Concept ‘i-mode (HED-5)].
  • ix40 (medium CUV. PO) [* Tentative launch plans stop? / Concept ‘Portico (HND-1)]
  • ix50 (large CUV. 2013) [* Released doubt]
  • Grand Starex (Next gen in 2015).
  • Potter 2 pickup truck (uncovered no plans to release).

Kia’s lineup

  • Morning/Picanto (Released in March 2011 at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show).
  • Ray (Released in November 2011).
  • Ray EV (first half of 2012).
  • Pride/Rio (Released in March 2011 at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show).
  • cee’d (Codenamed “JD”, First quarter of 2012), pro_cee’d (at the end of 2012). Global model. Forte/Cerato Sedan (Codenamed “YD”, available as a 2013MY). Global model, called cee’d in Europe, Forte/Cerato in the US, South Korea and other markets).
  • K5/Optima (Medium facelift in 2015, with a new hybrid plug-in version).
  • K7/Cadenza (Next gen in 2014).
  • K9/Opirus (Codenamed “CH”, at the end of first quarter of 2012).
  • A small roadster [* Released doubt].
  • Forte/Cerato Koup (At the end of 2012).
  • A large coupe [* Released doubt].
  • B-Segment CUV (AWD available) [* Releases a doubt]. Based on Hyundai ix25.
  • Sportage (Released in 2011).
  • Sorento (New model in 2015, light facelift in 2013).
  • Mohave/Borrego Next Gen [* Released doubt].
  • Venga (New model in 2015, light facelift in 2013).
  • Soul (Next gen in 2014) Soul’ster (3 Doors form) [* Released doubt].
  • Carens/Rondo (Next gen debut at second quarter 2012) [* Project Name ‘NG’].
  • A large CUV (2013-14) [* Released doubt].
  • Carnival/Sedona (Next gen first quarter 2013).
  • Bongo 3 pickup (second quarter 2012).

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