AutoNews Now: March U.S. sales dipApril 3
Hyundai wants new fuel cell crossover to have 'own identity'March 8
Hyundai has revealed a fuel cell crossover concept that previews a stand-alone model due at the beginning of next year. “We wanted a specific design to give the fuel cell its own identity,” Hyundai Europe COO Thomas Schmidt told Automotive News Europe.
Hyundai recalls certain Tucsons after NHTSA meetingSept. 15, 2016
Hyundai, after meeting with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is recalling 41,000 2016 Tucsons for a potentially faulty accelerator pedal. The recall involves certain 2016 Tucsons equipped with a dual-clutch transmission produced between May 20, 2015, and May 31, 2016.
Hyundai to roll out next-gen fuel cell in '18July 25, 2016
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 dealers get more crossoversApril 11, 2016
Crossovers carry Hyundai to October recordNov. 3, 2015
After three months in showrooms, Hyundai’s redesigned Tucson is hitting its stride. U.S. sales of the compact crossover doubled to 7,298 in October, narrowing its deficit to the Mazda CX-5 and Subaru Forester and suggesting Hyundai is poised for growth in a segment in which it has historically struggled. Tucson sales helped the Korean brand to a healthy month, with U.S. sales rising 20 percent to a record 60,005 vehicles.
Hyundai gets back in action with TucsonJuly 18, 2015
Hyundai's crossover drought is over. The Korean auto maker has not only a redesigned Tucson to feed Americans' expanding appetite, but also a plan to make far more of the compact crossovers available to U.S. dealerships.
Hyundai to boost output of Tucson SUVMay 22, 2015
Hyundai said today it would boost output of its Tucson SUV by adding production at a South Korean assembly line that currently makes sedans in order to meet demand from markets including the United States.