Genesis vows its first compact sport sedan, the newly minted G70, will challenge German rivals with optional 3.3-litre V-6 turbocharged performance. It's set to arrive in Canada in early 2018.
The list of semifinalists for the 2018 North American Car, Truck and Utility of the Year Awards has a few surprises: Alfa Romeo is up for two awards, no Detroit Three brand cars made the cut, Tesla decided not to participate and only three trucks qualified.
Hyundai Canada is turning to a dating app to find matches for its new four-door hatchback Ioniq eco-vehicle. The Hyundai Ultimate Date ad campaign compares buying a new car to the dating scene.
Nav Bhatia is likely the most recognizable car dealer in the country and now he's got a little screen time in a documentary about his favourite sports franchise, the Toronto Raptors.
Hyundai Motor Co. plans to launch a pickup in the United States, but the company says it "is evaluating the concept vehicle and its applicability" in Canada.
The entry level LX MT model, with a 1.6-litre, six-speed manual transmission, will start at $16,555, including delivery charge.
Hyundai's strategy to launch the Genesis luxury brand without a national network of bricks-and-mortar stores is winning over Canadian customers.
Through a Toronto-based digital e-commerce platform called MotoCommerce, Genesis Motors Canada has been able to sell cars without dealerships.
A coalition of automakers, led by Hyundai, Honda and Toyota, is looking to the Canadian government for help in providing the infrastructure needed to expand the sale of hydrogen vehicles.
Hyundai Capital wants to expand its leasing business by building up its retail loan portfolio.
Hyundai will be a latecomer to the growing subcompact crossover market yet is counting on the Kona to help lift overall Canadian sales that have slumped about six per cent this year.
Bell says its technology will enable services such as roadside assistance, collision notification, local searches, maintenance alerts and more in some 2018 Hyundai and Kia models.