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Hyundai Elantra GT, GT N Line head to the automotive graveyard

See ya later, Elantra GT.


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It’s the end of the line for two European-centric Hyundais sold in the US. The Hyundai Elantra GT and GT N Line will be no longer for 2021.

Hyundai confirmed both models will bite the dust in its 2021 vehicle updates and the rationale is pretty blunt. The Elantra GT doesn’t serve much of a purpose any longer now that the Hyundai Venue and Kona exist. Both are far more appealing to US buyers looking for some SUV flair.

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Hyundai is spinning Ioniq off into its own subbrand

Hyunai’s new Ioniq brand will give us three new electric vehicles, on a new EV-specific platform, over the next four years.


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You’ve probably heard of Hyundai’s Ioniq. I drove one not that long ago and thought it was a fantastic EV for the money, but Hyundai has big plans for Ioniq. The name, though — not the model.

See, Hyundai announced plans to spin off the Ioniq name as a separate brand for its electric vehicles (a la Polestar and Volvo) on Sunday, but weirdly, the Hyundai Ioniq hatchback isn’t being invited to the party. While that may seem

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Hyundai Veloster N gets a dual-clutch transmission, standard performance package for 2021

You lose a pedal but gain two gears and a lot of convenience by going to the DCT.


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The Hyundai Veloster N is one of the hottest hot hatches that money can buy, thanks to its killer 275 horsepower turbo four-cylinder engine, sharp suspension and steering and a downright rude exhaust note. The thing is though, the Veloster N was never a car for everyone, but now that might be changing.

For 2021, Hyundai is giving the Veloster N an optional eight-speed dual-clutch transmission, where previously it was only available with a six-speed manual transmission. Now, obviously, purists will

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2021 Hyundai Kona Night Edition: Another blackout trim package for the masses

Honestly, I think there are way better-looking specs for the Kona, and it looks better in brighter colors.


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The 2021 Hyundai Kona jumps on the blackout package bandwagon with the new Night Edition.

Hyundai revealed the limited-run compact crossover on Wednesday, though to be fair, there’s more than just some black trim accents to make the Night Edition stand out. Most notably, it gets a set of 18-inch Rays wheels finished in a semigloss black. But that’s about it.

The rest of

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