Family-friendly SUVs and crossovers were the fastest selling second hand cars of 2018, but Hyundai Tuscon tops the list, according to AA Cars analysis.
Hyundai is developing smart fingerprint technology that will allow drivers to unlock and start a vehicle without using keys.
Hyundai Motor UK has appointed Tim White as national fleet sales manager, following the arrival of Michael Stewart as fleet director at the start of the year.
The Fiat Panda has become one of only two zero-rated cars in Euro NCAP’s history – the other was the FIAT Punto (2017).
Kia Motors Europe and Hyundai have announced reduced ranges for their electric SUVs after an error in the homologation process was discovered.
Hyundai Motor has announced that Tony Whitehorn, UK CEO and president, will step-down from his post after 13 years at the helm.
Kia and Hyundai Motors have entered a new partnership with Vodafone, to provide drivers with fully-connected in-car infotainment and connected car services, including telematics.
Hyundai’s Kona Electric achieved a ‘real-world’ range of 259 miles on a single charge during a What Car? Real Range test – the highest of any vehicle tested.
Kia and Hyundai are planning to introduce ‘solar roof’ charging technology on selected models.
Hyundai has achieved a five-star safety rating for the new hydrogen-powered Nexo, in the latest round of Euro NCAP tests.
Hyundai Motor Company is aiming to implement holographic augmented reality (AR) navigation systems in production vehicles by 2020 after investing in WayRay.
Vehicles driven by the internal combustion engine (ICE) look like they are losing out to alternative fuel power trains. Simon Harris reports
Hyundai's new model Tucson introduces a mild hybrid variant. By Simon Harris.
To mark the occasion of Fleet New's 40th birthday, Matt dePrez runs down some of the "hit and miss" company cars of the past 40 years.
Hyundai makes progress in hydrogen fuel cell cars with the Nexo. By Simon Harris
Hyundai has announced pricing for the new i30 N Line, a sportier version of the standard model.
Hyundai adds two diesel and two electric versions to increase Kona’s offering, proving brand has become "a major player".
The new Hyundai Tucson goes on sale at the end of July, priced from £21,845.
Hyundai has topped the JD Power Survey as the most reliable car brand, in a surprise result that sees BMW named the least reliable.
Hyundai has announced the pricing and specification of the Kona Electric, which will be available to order from August 2.
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