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Hyundai To Focus On Electrification, Autonomous, Connected Technologies To Fuel Growth In India

Powered by high selling models like Creta and Venue, the company recorded its highest ever market share last year in the domestic passenger vehicle segment.

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Hyundai, Kia Shares Dive As Automakers Puncture Investor Dream Of Apple Car Tieup

Hyundai's stock slumped 4.2% by 0330 GMT. Shares in its affiliate Kia Corp, which had been tipped in local media reports as the likely operational partner for Apple, tumbled 12% - a $4.3 billion hit.

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Hyundai Wrestles With The Risks Of Embracing Apple

Hyundai is traditionally known for its reluctance to work with outsiders, making engines, transmissions and even its own steel in-house under its vertically integrated supply chain as South Korea's second-largest conglomerate.

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Hyundai Motor India Foundation Inks Pact With FITT-IIT Delhi

Under the collaboration, CART will conduct battery profiling in KONA Electric using external sensors or other gadgets to understand the performance of the electric vehicle during different driving conditions for research and training.

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Cars-On-Subscription: Carmakers, Agencies See Big Future In Car-Subscription Market

Covid-19 has further accelerated interest in subscribing to a vehicle with some people becoming wary of ride hailing and sharing services.

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Apple, Hyundai Set To Agree Electric Car Tie-Up, Says Korea IT News

Shares in Hyundai Motor rose 14.6% in morning trade on Monday, while affiliate auto parts maker Hyundai Mobis shares rose 12.7% and Kia shares rose 9.1% versus a 2% gain in the wider market.

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Hyundai In Early, Unspecified Talks With Apple; Broadcaster Says Discussing Electric Vehicles

Shares in Hyundai Motor jumped as much as 23.8%, hitting a more than seven-year high of 255,000 won, while auto parts maker Hyundai Mobis Co Ltd jumped nearly 30%. Kia shares jumped some 14%.

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JK Tyre To Supply UX Royale Radial Tyres To Hyundai Motor India For Creta's Top-End Variants

The tyre maker also said it has joined hands as a tyre partner for Hyundai India's exclusive membership club 'Hyundai Mobility Membership'.

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Axis Bank Ties Up With Hyundai Motor India For Auto Retail Financing

The auto loans industry is now looking at a paradigm shift in providing customers a unified native journey right from car research to online booking, online loan sanction to closing all formalities and getting the car delivered at their doorstep

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Fatal Incident Halts Hyundai's South Korean Factory After Retooling For New EV

Shares of Hyundai Motor, as well as those of its battery and parts suppliers, rallied on Monday on hopes for its new EVs, including the Ioniq 5.

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Game-Changer In The Hatchback Segment

The New i20 also comes with three engines and five gearbox options. While a lot of manufacturers are struggling to provide automatic transmissions, Hyundai is offering three options in automatics with the i20.

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Hyundai Motor To Recall Kona EV, Nexo Hydrogen Suvs To Fix Brakes

Hyundai is also recalling at least 74,000 of its Kona EVs globally, after more than a dozen vehicles caught fire in Korea, Canada and Europe over two years.

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Hyundai Motor To Launch Dedicated EV Platform In Major Push Into Electric Cars

Hyundai expects its dedicated Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) will allow it to use its own battery module technology across various EV models and cut the number of components by 60%.

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Hyundai Reports 2 % Decline In Total Sales In November At 59,200 Units

The automaker would continue its efforts towards driving customer delight through innovative solutions thereby positively contributing towards the sustained growth of the domestic industry and economy

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Hyundai, Kia Agree To $210 Million US Auto Safety Civil Penalty

Hyundai agreed to a total civil penalty of $140 million, including an upfront payment of $54 million, an obligation to spend $40 million on safety performance measures, and an additional $46 million deferred penalty if it does not meet requirements.

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