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May 11, 2022
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To view the videos: https://youtu.be/csEtAgHjXq0 Which of the following upcoming models featured in the video appeal to you the most? Please vote and share your views!
11 More Hyundai Kia & Genesis to Come in 2022! content media
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Apr 07, 2022
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Aside from some cosmetic changes, an upgrade to the ADAS, and an addition of the larger panoramic screen, no improvement will be made to the drivetrain. The 2023 Palisade will continue to use the current 3.8-liter V6 with 291 hp and 262 lb-ft of torque. Hyundai will unveil the 2023 Palisade on April 13 at 6:45 a.m. PT (9:45 a.m. ET) during a press conference at the New York Auto Show. The refreshed Palisade should go on sale in the second half of the year. What do you think about the facelift? Yay or Nay? Please vote and share your views! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC52zULJ5OF3ld5GtdByUyKg/community Check out the upgrade to the Kia Telluride sibling! (https://youtu.be/jrYvijlcCMw)
2023 Hyundai Palisade Facelift Teased! content media
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Apr 02, 2022
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This is the latest delivery schedule of Kia products released in Korea dated April 2022. The translation is as follows: (All numbers indicate months unless otherwise noted.) Morning (Picanto) No Nav 1 Nav 3.5 Ray No Nav 3 Nav 4 Cargo 2.5 K3 (Forte) No DriveWise 2 DriveWise 5+ (50R model additional delay due to 18-inch wheel supply issue) K5 (Optima) Gasoline 5+ HEV 12+ LPI 11+ Stinger All 4-5 weeks K9 (K900) All 4-5 weeks The All-New Niro HEV 11+ (Harman Kardon sound system supply critical) EV6 All 16+ (May change according to the government subsidy schedule, Additional delays for non-convenience pkg and the matte grey color) Seltos Gasoline 5+ Sportage Diesel 13+ Gasoline 10+ HEV 18+ Sorento Diesel 14+ Gasoline 12+ HEV 18+ Mohave (Borrego) All 4-5 weeks Carnival Diesel / Gasoline 11+ High Roof Limousine 8+ (4-passenger 10+) (Unpopular specs additional 1-month delay) Bongo (1-ton commercial truck) Diesel 10+ EV 10 LPI 4 (EV / LPI delivery adjusted according to the government subsidy schedule) When will the all-new Kia EV9 be delivered? Find out! https://youtu.be/BBqvS4MIRv8
How Long Will My Kia Take?! content media
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Mar 24, 2022
In Future Car News
For full info on the IONIQ 5 N and EV6 GT: https://youtu.be/I-qNGL0i2u8 According to the insider report, the upcoming IONIQ 5 N will behave very differently than the Kia EV6 GT despite sharing the same drivetrain. The report suggests that while Kia's version will drive like a true Grand Tourer as the spiritual successor to the Kia Stinger, the IONIQ 5 N will be a more agile and aggressive Hot Hatch, consistent with the direction that was taken with the other N car conversions such as the i20 N, the i30 N, and the Veloster N. Which of the two approaches appeals to you more? For info on the sedan sibling IONIQ 6 N: https://youtu.be/I-qNGL0i2u8
Grand Tourer vs Hot Hatch!  Your Choice? content media
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Mar 20, 2022
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Hyundai has filed patents globally for the new sliding hatch design, which operates like a sliding door of a minivan. It's apparently to address underground parkings with low ceiling / tight space, especially in Europe. What do you think about the design? Could the new hatch be implemented on the new IONIQ 3 electric crossover? (For More Info: https://youtu.be/lZaslUHIF1A)
Hyundai's New Hatch: A Game Changer or A Gimmick? content media
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Mar 17, 2022
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After the launching of the much-anticipated Kia EV4, a Seltos-sized electric SUV, another even smaller Hyundai Venue (Bayon) sized EV is planned! Although the EV2 may not be available in all markets, its price of sub-$30,000 is more attractive compared to the $35,000 estimated price of the EV4. Which would be your choice? For more info on the EV4 and the EV2, please check out the feature video: https://youtu.be/Q-D9amAasyM To view the video: https://youtu.be/Q-D9amAasyM
EV2 vs EV4! The Ultimate Small EV Battle! content media
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Mar 12, 2022
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If you can afford a $130K Porsche Taycan GTS, would you consider buying a Hyundai IONIQ 6 N that should provide similar performance and save yourself $70K? Please vote and share your view! For everything you need to know on the upcoming IONIQ 6: https://youtu.be/iImXEPl6CQE
Porsche vs Hyundai? Your choice? content media
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Mar 09, 2022
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Watch the video: https://youtu.be/iImXEPl6CQE Youtube prediction renderer @HITEKRO has released this new front design, which he claims is identical to the production car. What do you think? And here's the rear-end that is supposed to be a duplicated of the actual IONIQ 6 (By NY Mammoth) Please vote and share your views!
The Production IONIQ 6 Design? Yay or Nay? content media
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Mar 05, 2022
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At the annual Investor Day presentation, Hyundai announced that it would invest $80-billion to create a 17-model lineup (Hyundai and Genesis) and sell 1.87-million units of EVs by the year 2030! In the latest issue of Auto Vision (https://youtu.be/quvqHDoTcGo), we cover 10-passenger car models in Hyundai's lineup (excluding Genesis). After watching the video, please vote for your favorite model below and share your views! Watch the video: https://youtu.be/quvqHDoTcGo
Hyundai to invest $80-billion to build a 17-model lineup! content media
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Feb 20, 2022
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The long-awaited IONIQ 6 is expected to come in the racing blue of Hyundai's N-Division! (For more info: https://youtu.be/BOmpLejXhD0 ) Within a year, there will be no less than 3 ultra-high-performance E-GMP EVs with nearly 600-horsepower from the Hyundai Motor Group. Namely Kia EV6 GT, IONIQ 5 N, and the recently spotted IONIQ 6 N! Also, the Genesis GV60 Performance model with 483-boosted-horsepower is no slouch either. Of the following models that offer exhilarating performance at relatively affordable prices, what would be your choice? Please vote and share your views! For more info on the Kia EV6 GT (Coming Early 2023): https://youtu.be/cOgQ-6pTJhA For more info on the Genesis GV60 Performance (Coming Summer 2022): https://youtu.be/roEKbG_I0bQ
Exotic Cars That You Can Afford? content media
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Feb 17, 2022
In General Discussion
To view the video: https://youtu.be/HiLNbEOGyGY This stunning next-generation Hyundai Sonata (DN9) is expected to be offered as a hydrogen fuel cell EV with the added convenience of a plug-in feature that essentially turns the vehicle into a BEV with a hydrogen fuel cell stack as backup power. However, people seem still skeptical about the hydrogen future, which is known to be far more efficient than the ICE and maybe even the BEV. Please let us know what's keeping you from considering an FCEV! https://youtu.be/HiLNbEOGyGY After viewing the video, please vote and share your views! Also, please feel free to address other problems associated with hydrogen fuel cells.
What's Stopping You From Buying An FCEV? content media
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Feb 14, 2022
In General Discussion
To learn about all upcoming EVs from Korea, check out our Giant EV Issue! (https://youtu.be/9HQgep6cNzE) QUESTION: With the price of EVs going through the roof, we would like to ask how much you would actually pay for an EV as your next vehicle (before the government incentives)? Please vote and share the view after watching the video if you haven't already! https://youtu.be/9HQgep6cNzE To view the videos pertaining to the vehicles shown above: EV4: https://youtu.be/FOWk0R0PJGI 2023 IONIQ 5: https://youtu.be/LlEKHtciIj4 IONIQ 7 / EV7 / IONIQ 9 / EV9: https://youtu.be/iT5Afeb0PaQ SEVEN (IONIQ 9): https://youtu.be/1RIjhKFxL4o GV90: https://youtu.be/XKLJsyldxXg Elantra N: https://youtu.be/7Ce2KM8ScSw
How Much Will You Pay For An EV? content media
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Jan 15, 2022
In Future Car News
An onslaught of EVs is to come from the Hyundai Motor Group in the next few years, most notably the Kia EV4, which is a dedicated EV underpinned by the E-GMP platform, and the Hyundai Kona, which is based on the Kia Niro and is a derivative EV, built on an ICE platform. Despite being built on Hyundai's 3rd Generation platform, it is to feature more power and longer range than the EV4 dedicated EV counterpart. Please watch the full video to learn more! https://youtu.be/TXojjKbJu0Y After watching the video, would you still choose a dedicated EV, or would be okay with a derivated EV, especially knowing that it's built on the highly robust 3rd-Generation platform? More on the compact EVs to come: Hyundai IONIQ 3 Dedicated EV (https://youtu.be/pYkReZaO7gA) Kia EV4 Dedicated EV (https://youtu.be/FOWk0R0PJGI) Kia Niro EV Derivative EV (https://youtu.be/wURGZEj9nSY)
Dedicated EV vs Derivative EV: Your Choice? content media
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Jan 12, 2022
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Kia's next E-GMP-based electric car will be the EV7, which will feature the same ultra-fast 800V charging capability, great styling inside and out, and space for 7! Please watch the full video to learn all about it. >>> https://youtu.be/vgSeGLvkoPY What is your favorite part about the upcoming dedicated electric family SUV from Kia? Please vote and share your views!
Kia EV7 Is The Perfect Electric Family SUV! content media
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Jan 08, 2022
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https://youtu.be/pYkReZaO7gA After watching the video, please pick your favorite compact EV from the Hyundai Motor Group! Please share your views! IONIQ 3: https://youtu.be/pYkReZaO7gA Kia EV4: https://youtu.be/FOWk0R0PJGI Kia Niro EV: https://youtu.be/wURGZEj9nSY Kia Sportage EV: https://youtu.be/WW9MwAzqnls
Incredible IONIQ 3 Compact Electric Crossover!  content media
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Dec 25, 2021
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Select your favorite and leave us your comment as to why It's the best Korean car of the year! The most upvoted comment will receive a prize! The poll ends Jan 31, 2021!
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Dec 15, 2021
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(Click on the image for the full video) Good news! The prices are much lower than expected! Ioniq 5 SE Standard Range: $40,925 Ioniq 5 SE: $44,875 Ioniq 5 SE AWD: $48,375 Ioniq 5 SEL: $47,125 Ioniq 5 SEL AWD: $50,625 Ioniq 5 Limited: $51,825 Ioniq 5 Limited AWD: $55,725 These prices undercut even the similar entry-level Ford Mach-e and VW ID.4 prices. And IONIQ 5 is considered much more advanced in all aspects. i.e. Performance, range, charge time, etc. In fact, the top-spec IONIQ 5 is less than the entry-level Tesla Model Y. Incredible! The all-new 2022 IONIQ 5 is finally expected to go on sale at the end of December.
The US IONIQ 5 Price Finally Released! And It's Incredibly Well Priced! content media
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Dec 14, 2021
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(Click on the image for the full video) Although the actual Genesis GT90 is yet to be released, we can get a taste of what it will be like by taking the RM20e out for a spin! Check out the sound of the RM20e! The RM20e will serve as a basis for the upcoming Genesis GT90 supercar and is largely based on the Rimac Nevera 2000 hp hypercar, but with only the rear motors to arrive at around 800 hp, which is still plenty fast with 0-60 mph time in the 2-second range! RM20e is powered by 2 motors supplied by RIMAC, one for each of the rear wheels. To recreate the sound of the 70s and 80s V8s, a sound synthesizer is used not only for the interior but the entire car itself! In addition to separate coolant for motors and an inverter, a specific type of fluorinated fluid called Galden is used to cool the inside of the battery pack. Don't think that a radiator is not needed in an EV. The temperature of the battery can get extremely not especially in a high-performance EV. This specific radiator is to cool the coolant (Galden) for the battery. Find out all about the upcoming Genesis GT lineup!
Experience The Genesis GT90 Supercar! content media
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Dec 08, 2021
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Recently spotted in Korea is a car transporter filled with all sorts of goodies! Can you guess the models? Which would you want? As a hint, please check out our latest videos on the upcoming models in 2022! Part 1 (https://youtu.be/XHwo_KMO5kc) Part 2 (https://youtu.be/-MzpIioRBtA)
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Dec 07, 2021
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We know the much-awaited IONIQ 5 is finally coming to the US since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has just released range and efficiency ratings for the award-winning dedicated EV from Hyundai. The EPA released the figures for three different versions of the Hyundai IONIQ 5 in a combination of 77.4 kWh long range battery, 58 kWh standard range battery, with either the RWD or AWD configurations. 2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 RWD Standard Range (19" SE): 220 miles or 354 km of range 2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 RWD Long Range (19" SE): offer 303 miles or 488 km of range 2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 AWD Long Range (19" SE): 256 miles or 412 km of range 2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 AWD Long Range (20" Limited): 244 miles or 4393 km of range These official figures are actually better than what has been claimed by Hyundai initially, which is great news. We hope that the real range would exceed the published figures as other Hyundai BEVs have achieved in the past. i.e. Hyundai Niro EV (e-Niro). Interestingly, the figure for the AWD version of the standard range model (58kWh Battery) was not released, meaning that it won't be available in the US (not initially anyway). This is as expected, as pricing information for such a configuration was not released when the Canadian prices were introduced in November. Canadian Prices: Essential (58 kWh, RWD): $44,999 CAD Preferred (58 kWh, RWD): $46,999 CAD Preferred Long Range (77.4 kWh, RWD): $51,999 CAD Preferred AWD Long Range (77.4 kWh, AWD): $54,999 CAD Preferred AWD LR/Ultimate Package (77.4 kWh, AWD): $59,999CAD The US prices have not been announced yet. Please check out our latest video on the IONIQ 5 and find out what to expect: https://youtu.be/LlEKHtciIj4
The US Release of the IONIQ 5 Is Very Near! content media
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