The rapid transition to electric vehicles is leveling the playing field for modern automakers. Years of internal combustion research and investment have been declared null and void, so anyone can become the new market leader in the Era of EVs. My take is that Hyundai is a likely winner of this transition, since their latest ICE cars have accumulated an outstanding reputation in the recent years, while new electric models are undoubtfully at the top of the food chain. To convert you into the fans Korean automaking, in today’s episode we will cover the 2023 lineup by Hyundai full of remarkable newcomers!
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#1 2023 Ioniq 6
The recent success of the Ioniq 5 SUV has emboldened Hyundai to proceed with the futuristic exterior designs, therefore the Ioniq 6 sedan sticks to the Prophecy concept and its swooping teardrop silhouette.
#2 2023 Hyundai Palisade
2023 Hyundai Palisade gets its first facelift that brings redesigned exterior, more features, and updated cabin styling.
#3 2023 Hyundai Vision 74+
Inspired by the 1974 Pony Coupe concept by Giorgetto Giorgaro, the N Vision 74 is a lab study for the Hyundai’s developing fuel-cell technology.
#4 2023 Hyundai Stargazer
Hyundai Stargazer is a new compact MPV that gets futuristic exterior styling, seats 6 or 7 people, and primarily targets South Asian markets.
#5 2023 Hyundai Santa Cruz Night Edition: hyundainews.com/models/hyundai-santa_cruz-2023-santa_cruz
Hyundai Santa Cruz Night Edition is based on the AWD SEL Activity trim and it sits closer to the top of the model’s trim ladder.
#6 2023 Hyundai RN22e: hyundai-n.com/en/models/rolling-lab/rn22e.do повтор AT1
At least for the next half a decade Hyundai plans to use the 800 Volt E-GMP platform to underpin all of its upcoming passenger electric vehicles. Thus, to test its true potential, Koreans have put on a track the RN22e rolling lab which is basically a 2-door version of the Ioniq 6.
#7 2023 Hyundai Venue
2023 Hyundai Venue debuts in India with a facelifted exterior, updated interior and the usual powertrain selection.
#8 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 7
You can disregard the concept part attached to the name of the Ioniq Seven. Most likely, this 7-seater SUV will arrive as a production ready model as early as 2024 and it will build on the success achieved by the World Car of the Year Ioniq 5.
#9 2023 Hyundai I30 N Drive-N Limited Edition: hyundai.com/eu/models/i30-n/limited-edition.html
2023 Hyundai I30 N Drive-N Limited Edition is an 800-unit exclusive version of the I30 N that is distinguished by a host of visual tweaks inside and out.
#10 2023 Ioniq 5
2023 Ioniq 5 is keeping competitive by adding standard battery heating on all models, increasing its towing capacity, and covering more range on single charge.