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Hyundai 2010 Tucson Tease, HED-6 ix-onic, Shows In Geneva

Hyundai 2010 Tucson Tease, HED-6 ix-onic, Shows In Geneva

Today Hyundai showed off a concept that most are saying will morph into the 2010 Tucson. Called the HED-6 ix-onic, it is one of the concept vehicles that will be on display at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. What can the HED-6 ix-onic tell us about the new Hyundai Tucson, set to bow later in 2009?... read more

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Radio Antenna

Hyundai Extends HD Radio Beyond Genesis Sedan

Today Hyundai Motor America announced they're extending factory-installed HD Radio receivers across their lineup for the 2011 model year. Currently, only the award-winning... read more January 28, 2009 by 


 
2009 Hyundai Genesis

Hyundai Genesis Nabs North American Car Of The Year

In a big score for Hyundai with its bold move upmarket into the luxury class with its new Genesis sedan, the firm was awarded the coveted North American Car of The Year by a... read more January 13, 2009 by 


 
Kia Soul

Kia Targets Scion with Soul, Introduced at LA Auto Show

The boxy Kia Soul has made the move from perennial show car to production. The model will be in dealers come March, with prices that Kia says will be "comfortably in the... read more November 24, 2008 by  2


 
2009 Pontiac G3

Pontiac G3 Emphasizes Economy, "Sporty Styling"

Still trying to decide if it is GM's excitement division, economy department, or swoopy styling central, Pontiac brings us the Daewoo-designed Chevy Aveo G3, which it claims... read more November 19, 2008 by  5


 
2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe

SEMA 2008: 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe

Hyundai swept into Sin City with seven customized vehicles on its brand-new 2009 Genesis platform. Both coupes and sedans are modded to the max, and it's a look more... read more November 5, 2008 by 


 

CR Ranks Honda at the Top

Consumer Reports’ annual auto issue is just out, and according to the publication, Honda still makes the best cars sold in the U.S., overall. In CR’s so-called... read more March 6, 2008 by  8


 

Kia Has Soul – and Political PR Problems, Too

Kia didn’t have any “new” news in New York so a wise p.r. department skipped the droning executive and threw a relaxed party with juice, booze, cookies and a... read more April 5, 2007 by 


 

GM Makes Trax - and Groove, Beat - for New York

Small cars are “the fastest-growing segment of the automotive market,” notes Dave Lyons, who heads Asian design operations for General Motors. On a global scale... read more April 3, 2007 by  8


 

GM Makes Trax for City Cars?

There’s no doubt that we’re more interested in subcompacts, here in the days of $2.50 a gallon gas. But can Chevrolet make it happen where Toyota, Honda, even... read more March 29, 2007 by  1


 

The Week in Reverse

Blind item: which Detroit designer’s feeling the heat? Which NYC-based auto exec is plotting his own swan dive? More to the point, how long before folks mistake us for the... read more March 18, 2007 by 


 

Hyundai On The Move Down South

The next step in Hyundai’s big plans for the U.S. is an engine plant that will build powerplants for Hyundai and Kia vehicles. Hyundai says the new plant will open in... read more March 13, 2007 by 


 

Hyundai Gets All Biblical with Concept Genesis

The story of Genesis in the Bible arguably is the greatest screenplay ever written. There’s plot movement—birth, death, eternal life, a big omnipotent creator and... read more March 12, 2007 by 


 
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