With the auto industry pivoting toward complete electrification, it shouldn’t be surprising that the development of new hybrid cars has basically screeched to a halt. Toyota/Lexus makes the bulk of them, while additionally only Honda, Hyundai and Kia offer them at all. Hybrid cars — specifically sedans and hatchbacks — are an endangered species as
Hyundai has done well to offer the masses several variations of crossover utility vehicles and within some of those segments offer up different powertrain options, including a plug-in-hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) for its compact Tucson. In getting a chance to check out the new Tucson PHEV there’s a lot to be excited about as manufacturers
There’s more than enough controversy surrounding the evolution of automobiles as we move towards an Electric Vehicle (EV) future. However, many experts and enthusiasts are still holding out for a Hydrogen fuel cell EV emergence, and we may just get that as Hyundai stuns the world today with a unique retro-styled N Vision 74 prototype.
A rear-view camera is a standard piece of safety technology nowadays, but it’s only any good if it actually shows the driver what’s behind them. In the case of some 2022 Toyota Tundras, the driver may end up getting the view of what’s in front of the truck. As such, Toyota is recalling affected examples
The Honda CR-V remains to be one of the most successful compact crossovers around since its conception in 1995 only to be outdone by the Toyota RAV4 in sales. Keeping the momentum going, Honda redesigns the CR-V for the 2023 model year and the 6th generation brings us a bigger and more refined vehicle that
Hyundai and Kia announced in late June that additional models are being added to an already expansive recall of vehicles equipped with seatbelt pretensioners that can explode in a collision, sending shrapnel into the cabin much the way a defective airbag inflator would. Separate expansions from the two Korean brands are adding a total of just
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