10 Upcoming Hyundai Cars and New SUVs Providing Best Value in 2020

Sales declines that have been plaguing Hyundai for the past couple of years seem to have come to an end. Korea’s most popular automotive brand is experiencing the rising demand, due to finally offering a complete lineup of popular crossover SUVs. Their selection will be expanded even further in 2020, plus some models from other segments are entering the next generation as well. Hyundai newcomers are plentiful, their detailed specifications and prices will be revealed today, so if you are willing to learn about them stick around a little longer!

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Do you want to learn what other Japanese automakers have prepared for us for the upcoming 2020 model year? Check out our playlist below, covering all major carmakers:

#1 2020 Hyundai Venue

Hyundai definitely plans to capitalize on popularity of tiny CUVs, so for the upcoming model year, it is adding an all-new 2020 Venue crossover that is even smaller than the already subcompact Kona.

#2 2020 Hyundai Sonata

The newly redesigned Sonata might not become everyone’s favorite mid-size car of the 2020, but I find its lower profile, wider stance and wicked front fascia absolutely beautiful. The eighth-generation fastback rides on the new platform with roomier interior.

#3 2020 Hyundai Palisade

2020 Hyundai Palisade replaces the Santa Fe XL as the brand’s flagship SUV, offering three rows of seats for 7 or even 8 passengers.

#4 2020 Hyundai Ioniq Electric/Hybrid/PHEV

Represented in strong hybrid, plugin hybrid and all-electric variants, the Ioniq serves a wide range of drivers who are ready to transition from conventional internal combustion vehicles. All three iterations of the model went through a facelift in 2020.

#5 2020 Hyundai Kona Hybrid

The 2020 Hyundai Kona debuts in Europe as hybrid electric vehicles, powered by a 1.6L 4-cylinder and an electric motor. This powertrain promises 60 MPG combined fuel efficiency.

#6 2020 Hyundai i10 & i10 N Line

2020 Hyundai i10 is newest and smallest model in the brand’s i-range, that is now entering its 3rd generation. The A-segment hatch becomes more attractive, while its wheelbase is extended to allow for more rear seat space and best in class cargo capacity of 8.9 cu feet. In addition, the i10 becomes the brand’s 4th model to receive the warmer N Line trim.

#7 2020 Hyundai Tucson N Line

For quite some time now there have been reports about a powerful 340 hp N version of the Tucson, being put through its paces at test tracks. The date of its debut is still under wraps, but if you can’t wait to get your hands on a sportier version of the crossover, Hyundai offers the N Line trim.

#8 2020 Hyundai i30 N Project C

Built on the critically-acclaimed performance version of the i30 5-door, the limited-edition Hyundai i30 N Project C tries to make the mass-market hot hatch even more track capable.

#9 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe

After entering its 4th generation last year, the 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe is available only as a 5-seater model, since its three-row XL has been dropped from the range, to make room for the new Palisade.

#10 2020 Hyundai Elantra & Elantra GT

Do not expect your heart to start racing when you see or drive the Elantra, however, within its segment it is still a worthy contender that has high overall value and high safety scores. In the US, this auto is represented as a sedan and a hatchback labeled Elantra GT.

#11 HDC-6 NEPTUNE Class 8 and HT Nitro ThermoTech Trailer

Hyundai is one of the leading developers of fuel cell technology, and by the 2023, the brand’s commercial vehicle division plans to bring 1600 hydrogen-powered heavy-duty trucks to the Swiss market. The first step in this direction is the HDC-6 Neptune concept.


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  1. They copy everything like technology, I m sure the ev copied from China and France and the hydrogen car from Germany and Japan.
    Even the design is copied by Hyundai, look the ionic it’s exactly the same with the Honda, the front of the Tucson is one of infinity and the kona of Citroen. The back of the venue is one of volvo and the palisade of Cadillac.

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