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Hyundai Ioniq first to offer 3 electrified powertrain options in 1 body

Hyundai will launch a new vehicle in January dubbed the Ioniq featuring three electrified drivetrain options in one body type, as the South Korean automaker fortifies its green-car lineup and targets rivals such as the Toyota Prius.  » READ

Hyundai's do-now list: Hire new marketing boss, then build brand


'Rad' reviews for the Continental Concept


Subaru stores have year to get service-expansion aid


Nissan bets ad dollars on 4 models


Honda concept aims to restore Civic pride


U.S. pickup for Mercedes? Decision by Dec. 31, CEO Cannon says


New York reveals a new era of fastbacks


'Experience the brand, drive the cars' heart of Porsche campaign


Mitsubishi reopens wallet for '16 Outlander


Caddy: Not yet ready for S-class fighter


Chevy needs a clutch hit to make Malibu a player


New York's bright stars ... and lesser lights


BMW's i3 EV becomes a big hit out of town


What critics are saying about Honda Civic Coupe concept


Cadillac rolls out a 'drivers car,' Lincoln aims for 'elegant beauty'


U.S. Porsche dealers to receive more Macans


Hyundai Genesis gets twin-turbo V-6


Toyota to lift N.A. pickup, crossover output


GM is learning to pick its battles, Ammann says


Maserati adds dealers, awaits Levante


What people are saying about '16 Chevy Malibu


Revisit Automotive News' coverage of the 2015 New York auto show


Toyota unveils RAV4 hybrid with new style edge


Mitsubishi reworks Outlander for loud looks, quiet ride


Nissan delivers a more intense Maxima


Lexus goes bold with next RX crossover


Redesigned Chevy Spark grows up


Hyundai turbocharges Tucson to boost U.S. crossover sales


Honda readies 'epic' Civic with American pedigree