In this review, I get into the all-new Hyundai Venue and talk about this entry-level crossover-SUV that slots just under the Kona. Unlike the Kona, this compact has no electrification and a much lower price point as a result. With contemporary good looks and a limited color palette to choose from, though, the Venue may not be for everyone. Check it out.
Find the interior walkthrough for this one here: http://aarononautos.com/07/2020-hyundai-venue-interior-walkthrough/
In this interior walkthrough, I get into the all-new Hyundai Venue. This new not-quite-subcompact crossover from Hyundai has a lot of goodness. It hits the mark for a large group of buyers and its price tops out at just about $24k. Check it out.
In this episode, we talk about the new 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. After a special presentation by Hyundai, we got the skinny on this new hybrid-electric option and its more-than-a-gimmick solar panel roof.
Kristin gets it straight on the all-new Hyundai Sonata with its new look, new profile, and host of safety and driver assist features. She talks with Miles Johnson of Hyundai about the car in an overview of what’s new with the 2020 Sonata.
See more at http://www.DriveModeShow.com and check out the special feature video showcasing the car’s “Follow Me” mode. https://youtu.be/DJ3tEnCZn_Q
In the first hours after a natural disaster, it can be difficult for first responders to get to those who need their help the most. Hyundai says the need for efficient, rapid, resilient transportation in those circumstances is vital to saving lives. So they’ve developed a concept prototype called the …
Hyundai has developed technology to improve the driving experience for the deaf. The communication system converts sounds inside and outside of the car into tactile and visual aids. Hyundai’s new technology combines artificial intelligence and sound sensors alongside two separate driver assist systems working together. The Audio-Visual Conversion (ACV) and …