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Hyundai preps big styling changes for crossoversFeb. 7
Big styling changes are headed to Hyundai's crossovers, according to new spy photos. Photographers caught a prototype of Hyundai's next-gen Santa Fe undergoing cold-weather testing in Sweden. Hidden under the camouflage is a preview of what to expect when the midsize crossover debuts in 2018 as a 2019 model.
Hyundai plans to shuffle its crossover portfolioNov. 20, 2016
Hyundai plans to restructure its crossover lineup in the coming years with the addition of two small models at the bottom of its range and a repositioning of the current trio of crossovers to more closely match the rest of the industry.
Hyundai Q2 profit slips 2.6%; tougher U.S. market, Brexit hit forecastJuly 26, 2016
Hyundai's quarterly profit slipped 2.6 percent percent to $1.46 billion, the 10th consecutive decline. Shrinking demand for its sedans in the U.S. hit earnings. Hyundai also said the U.K.'s Brexit vote had clouded its outlook for the EU.
Hyundai freshens Santa Fe family amid U.S. production boostFeb. 11, 2016
Hyundai reveals updated Santa Fe, Santa Fe SportFeb. 15, 2016
Hyundai's freshened 2017 Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport will have new grilles, wheels and taillights, as well as larger touch screens with Google's Android Auto smartphone interface and a bevy of optional safety features.
Hyundai posts lowest profit in 5 years as China slump offsets Europe gainJan. 26, 2016
Hyundai posted its lowest annual profit in five years after a slump in China deliveries overshadowed gains in Europe, the U.S. and South Korea. Net income declined 13 percent to 6.42 trillion won ($5.3 billion) in 2015.
Hyundai to build Santa Fe Sport at Alabama plantJan. 7, 2016
Hyundai will begin production of the Santa Fe Sport at its Montgomery, Ala., plant in early summer to increase supplies of the 5-passenger crossover amid a rise in light-truck demand across the industry.
Hyundai considers larger Genesis-based premium SUVJune 8, 2015
Hyundai, whose sedan-heavy lineup has held it back in a U.S. market powered by SUVs, is considering developing larger SUVs based on its Genesis luxury sedan, four people familiar with the matter told Reuters.