Tag: Hyundai

Hyundai Bayon review

We road test the newest addition to Hyundai’s growing family – the Bayon baby SUV… I feel a bit sorry for the Hyundai Bayon. Not only has it been saddled with a name* which means nothing to most UK buyers, but it was introduced at around the same time as […]

Hyundai Ioniq 5 crowned World Car of the Year

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 has won the treble at the 2022 World Car Awards after being named overall World Car of the Year, World Electric Vehicle of the Year and World Car Design of the Year. The highly acclaimed all-electric crossover was honoured at a ceremony held at the New […]

Hyundai Ioniq 5 review

We road test the award-winning electric vehicle that instantly dates just about every other car on the road… It’s difficult to know where to start with a car like the acclaimed Hyundai Ioniq 5. Already the winner of various Car of the Year titles, this futuristically styled EV features state-of-the-art […]

Genesis G70 Shooting Brake review

We drive the latest model from Genesis – the new prestige brand from South Korea. Genesis would probably rather we didn’t mention the ‘H’ or ‘K’ words, but it would be odd not to add some context to the arrival of Genesis in Europe. Already well known in its home […]

Hyundai Tucson crowned ‘Car of the Year’

Hyundai’s impressive new Tucson SUV has been named best car in Britain by leading motoring title, Carbuyer. Thes judges were bowled over by the Tucson’s eye-catching styling, smart interior, clever technology and nimble yet comfortable driving experience. As well as being named Carbuyer Car of the Year 2022, the mid-size […]

‘I’m in charge’ – meet Hyundai’s new Ioniq EV brand

Hyundai has launched Ioniq – its new electric car sub-brand. Following in the tyre tracks of Volvo with Polestar and Volkswagen’s ID line-up, the South Korean company says it will debut three Ioniq EVs over the next four years, starting in early 2021 with Ioniq 5 – a compact crossover. […]

Top 10 concerns and myths about electric cars

Almost a fifth of petrol and diesel car owners are put off going electric because they’re worried about driving in adverse weather conditions such as a lightning storm, new research has revealed. Interest in green motoring continues to grow as we look to cut their carbon footprint and reduce their […]