Korean automaker Hyundai is spending more than $15 million to epxand its technical center near Ann Arbor with an environmental chamber for extreme temperature testing at its technical center.
Hyundai Motor Co. says it plans to build a Michigan testing facility to help examine the effects of extreme hot and cold temperatures for vehicle development.
The Urban Wheel Awards judging panel spent several months determining the most stylish, practical and attainable new vehicles for 2012 by driving and evaluating dozens of cars and trucks in a variety of North American urban settings before settling on the three winners.
Hyundai has the lightest cars on the market because the steel is their very own.
Hyundai is recalling 139,500 Sonata sedans in the U.S. because of a manufacturing defect that may cause drivers to lose steering control.
Hyundia helps raise money for children with cancer.
Hyundai wants its new Equus to be a showroom-shocker.
From the Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City. Hyundai North America CEO John Krafcik talks with WWJ’s Jeff Gilbert and other reporters about their new fuel economy plans and other issues.
Hyundai vowing that it’s vehicle line up will get an average fuel economy of 50 miles per gallon or better by 2025. “We want to lead the industry in fuel efficiency,” says John Krafcik, Hyundia […]
WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert takes a spin in the totally redone 2011 Hyundai Sonata.