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.
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)].
Potter 2 pickup truck (uncovered no plans to release).
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’].