At first glance the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell looks just like every other car that rolls off the assembly line in Ulsan, Korea. There are a few subtle changes – the blue-tinged badging, the grille and the lack of an exhaust pipe for example – but essentially it looks identical to the petrol and diesel-powered examples built on the same line. (more…)
Courtesy of RMP9.com, today we be able to share a complete picture gallery of the refreshed 2013 Hyundai Tucson ix for the South Korean market. The European-market Hyundai ix35 has the same grille as the pre-facelift version, which pretty much resembles the one on the US-spec Tuscon. (more…)
Updated: We included new spy pictures including interior shot, new tailights. Probably this facelift looks like the 2014 Optima, a light facelift.
Directly from South Korea we received new spy pictures that confirms that Kia continues the development of the refreshed Sportage. After that Hyundai’s brother ix35/Tucson receives his facelift, the turn is for the Sportage. (more…)
Hyundai Motor Company has today delivered the first of its assembly line-produced ix35 Fuel Cell vehicles to the City of Copenhagen in Denmark. They were handed over by Hyundai Motor Europe, Hyundai Motor’s European sales subsidiary, during the opening ceremony of Denmark’s first hydrogen refuelling station. (more…)
New Generation i30 became the one millionth car to be produced at Hyundai’s award-winning manufacturing facility in Nošovice, Czech Republic. Production started at the plant on 3 November 2008, with an original i30 model being the first car to emerge from the line. (more…)