11 New Cars Proving that Hyundai Is No Cheap Automaker Anymore

If you have been avoiding Hyundai cars for the past couple of years, it means that you have deprived yourself of the vehicles that possess some of the richest trims and best-looking designs in the industry. Furthermore, you are missing Japanese levels of reliability and truly affordable prices. If you don’t believe us, we welcome you to check out the all-new 2021 lineup by Hyundai that continues its quest of for the most striking exteriors, fun to drive powertrains and futuristic in-cabin comforts!
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#1 2021 Hyundai Tucson

To surpass the success story of its best-selling predecessor, the 2022 Hyundai Tucson takes a bold step in the exterior design by adopting parametric dynamics and kinetic jewel surface details which were first explored by the Vision T concept.

#2 2021 Hyundai i30N

The pure-bred racer from Hyundai i30N is gearing up to broaden the ranks of the N-thusiasts community by sporting a new performance focused design, 32 pounds lighter weight and an additional transmission option. As before it will be sold in hatchback and fastback body styles.

#3 2021 Hyundai Kona

This is the first facelift for the 2021 Hyundai Kona that introduces a wider mouth-grille, narrower lighting elements and faux front and rear skid plates.

#4 2021 Hyundai Sonata N Line

Aiming for the title of the hottest looking sedan of our times, this mid-size goes through the N-line treatment and fully embraces that Sensuous Sportiness design identity that Hyundai pushes in their latest models.

#5 2021 Hyundai Palisade Calligraphy

2021 Hyundai Palisade arrives with an all-new luxury trim, named Calligraphy. It occupies the flagship position in the lineup, slotting above the previous top-dog Limited.

#6 2021 Hyundai Elantra N Line

Based on the mid-range SEL trim, this is the first performance-oriented version within the Elantra sedan family. 2021 Hyundai ELANTRA N Line is distinguished by sportier exterior elements, including a slightly tweaked cascading grille, a lip-spoiler, an updated rear fascia with a spoiler, all-LED taillights, and of course, plenty of N-line badging.

#7 2021 Hyundai Veloster N

In 2019, Veloster hatchback became the first Hyundai in the US and second overall to get the high-performance N variant. Available only with a 6-speed manual gearbox, it was intended to appeal to the fans of more engaging and demanding driving. However, in 2021, the company decided to widen the target audience of the hot hatch by getting it a new 8-speed wet dual clutch transmission.

#8 2021 Hyundai i20

2021 Hyundai i20 arrives fully redesigned this year: it becomes slightly larger and lower than its predecessor, has sportier styling that follows Hyundai’s “Sensuous Sportiness” design language, and gets several engine choices with or without mild hybrid tech.

#9 2021 Hyundai Elantra

Just two years ago we were discussing an extensive refresh prepared by Hyundai for the Elantra; however, declining sales prompted the company to update the compact sedan once more, now from the ground up. The 2021 Hyundai Elantra model shares its underpinnings with the new Kia Forte and grows in wheelbase length.

#10 2021 Hyundai Creta aka ix25

2021 Hyundai Creta is one of the best-selling models in class on the planet due to its extreme popularity on the emerging markets. Known as Hyundai ix25 in China, the second-generation Creta has officially debuted in India so we can finally conclude what to expect from the international version.

#11 2021 Hyundai i10 & i10 N Line

Unveiled in India in August 2019, the third-generation i10 is now coming to Europe. It sits on all-new platform with the 20-mm increased wheelbase that offers more comfort to the rear passengers and increases the trunk volume to 252 liters. The i10 hierarchy also adds the range-topping N-line trim. The latter brings aggressive appearance and sporty tweaks, while the biggest change is the exclusive turbocharged 1.0-liter mill with 100 ponies on board.


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  1. When I was Driving elantra 2019 Santafe 2016 models engine I felt these models have some vibration or not smooth running specialy when we comparing with Japanese car engines

  2. One of the Hyundai Tucson photos shows a 40/20/40 backseat split, but on other Hyundai presentations it only showed a 60/40 split. Is this correct?

  3. the current generation HYUNDAI Tucson 4WD 5-Dr SUV looks way better (hands down) than the newly launched Tuscon!!! no if's & but's!!! the Elantra in the video looks like NVIDIA's worst graphic representation & not to mention the Sonata!!! does that really look sensuous sporty to you??? what the f*** is wrong with HYUNDAI design??? or did the global pandemic get the better of them!!! presently every new HYUNDAI car design is reflecting the same unforgivable design debacle that once existed in HYUNDAI back in the early 1990s!!! never expected this from HYUNDAI!!! only the present generation Creta & Tucson are only sane models in HYUNDAI's entire line up!!!

  4. Your right, ive rented two, both 2014 apart from the diesels ALWAYS having problems with the DPF system around 100k, they're a lovely car, (2 i40s estates) 1 mirror had to be replaced and the dealer wanted over £400 for ONE electric mirror, and half rear light that curves not Inc the one on the tail lift, £340 plus, I ended up getting a used one from Poland shipped to UK for £100. Super ridiculous. So it's put me off buying one for my job cos of the part prices,
    My friend had same car, DPF INOP at £120k blew engine as all three dumped diesel into the engine, a real bad fault with them.

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