Step into the future
At Hyundai, we want to make your journey through life as easy as possible. That's why we're constantly working
on new models to offer you more technology, safety and choice. From stylish new SUVs to alternative fuel road
cars, we're introducing a host of innovative new models in the coming months. Find out which one's right for
All-New Kona Hybrid
Launching in September 2019, the award-winning Kona SUV will soon become available to order in the UK with a
full hybrid powertrain.
The All-New Kona Hybrid will feature the Kappa 1.6 litre GDI engine, combined with a permanent magnet
electric motor, delivering a system output of 141 PS. Responsive shifts of the 6-speed dual clutch
transmission will also reward driver’s with a dynamic driving experience. Advanced technology features aim
to improve fuel economy such as the ECO-Driving Assist System (ECO-DAS). Whilst for peace of mind, the
All-New Kona Hybrid is available with the comprehensive Hyundai SmartSense safety package.
Imagery and video shown is not to UK specification.
An updated interior design gains its own dedicated interior colour pack consisting of white accents on the
air vent surrounds and gear shift bezel. The advanced connectivity is rounded off by a 10.25" split
touch-screen and head-up display (dependant on trim level) to project relevant driving information directly
to the driver’s line of sight.
New Hyundai IONIQ
The New IONIQ will go on sale in the UK during September 2019. All 3 electrified powertrains; Hybrid,
Plug-in Hybrid and Electric will benefit from comprehensive connectivity and design enhancements.
Hyundai Blue Link® is introduced for the first time on New IONIQ, a connected vehicle system which uses
embedded telematics to allow drivers to remotely check the battery status, lock or unlock doors and remote
start via a smartphone app (features vary dependant on powertrain). Hyundai also introduces eCall which will
automatically dial emergency assistance if airbags are deployed or the call button is pressed.
The infotainment system in the New IONIQ utilises a large 10.25” split touch-screen, and features
cloud-based voice recognition in six languages. Touch-type control buttons are used for intuitive operation
of heating, ventilation and air conditioning too. To round off the improved modern interior design, blue
ambient lighting has been applied across the passenger-side lower dashboard and the centre console.
New IONIQ Electric models feature an upgraded 38.3 kWh battery that provides 36% additional energy storage
capacity for increased driving range. Charging times are also reduced. Using a 100-kW fast-charging station
the battery can reach 80% charge in as little as 54 minutes. Enhancements in regenerative braking technology
improve the driving experience and will allow New IONIQ Electric drivers to adopt 1-pedal driving
At specialist design centres in Europe, Asia and America, Hyundai engineers constantly develop new ways to
make your journeys more enjoyable, whether you're an active family, city slicker, or have particular motability
The models shown here are just a few of our upcoming releases, so if your perfect car isn't already in our
range, you won't have long to wait long.
Hyundai SUV cars
Family road trips needn't feel cramped and stuffy; SUVs offer more space, versatility and control than any other
vehicle on the road. Hyundai has a broad range of modern SUVs from the stylish all-new KONA, to the larger
Tucson and Santa Fe.
If you like to spend your family time in more challenging conditions, having optional four wheel drive on each
model within the Hyundai SUV range might offer what you're looking for.
Hyundai alternative fuel cars
Hyundai Motor is at the forefront of eco mobility, already offering the broadest range of powertrains. Hyundai
marketed the first mass-produced fuel cell vehicle, the
ix35, and recently
introduced its successor, the NEXO. Furthermore, the successful
IONIQ is the only car available with three different
electrified powertrains in one body type.
The NEXO will spearhead Hyundai Motor's plans to accelerate development of low emission vehicles, in line with
Hyundai Motor Group's renewed goal of introducing 18 eco-friendly models to global markets by 2025. This new
development roadmap also represents the next step for Hyundai Motor towards realising the ultimate ambition of
creating a cleaner environment through eco-friendly vehicles.