A sliver gray Hyundai Tiburion, Spotted in China in the Dongba area in far east Beijing. The sporty Korean was in very good shape with a clean body, no dents or rust, and everything appeared to be original. The first generation Tiberian was manufactured from 1996 until 2002, with a major facelift in 1999, this is a facelifted car.
A very funky Hyundai ix35 SUV, Spotted in China in the remote Dongba area in east Beijing. The good Hyundai is wrapped in an eye murdering shiny Pink wrap, and further sexed up with chrome rims around the headlights, chrome rims around the fog lights, Pink fog lights, glittered license plate frames, mirrors and doorhandles wrapped in leopard, darkened windows, and some Hello Kitty.
The brand new Hyundai ix25 SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market, giving Hyundai a credible entry in the hyper competitive compact SUV market. Price starts at 119.800 yuan and ends at 179.800 yuan. The production version of the Hyundai ix25 debuted in August on the Chengdu Auto Show.
A wondrous white Hyundai XG30 sedan, Spotted in China in the Sanlitun embassy area in Beijing. The XG30, also known as the Hyundai Grandeur XG, was Hyundai’s first serious attempt to tap into the lucrative luxury car market, the whole car including platform and engines was developed new from the ground up.
The new seventh generation (LF) Hyundai Sonata will be manufactured in China starting in November. The new Sonata will then officially debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April 2015 and launch on the Chinese car market in March 2015.
The Sonata will be produced by the Beijing-Hyundai joint venture that also make the current sixth generation Sonata, the fifth generation, and the fourth generation Sonata (!). China indeed has three Sonatas. The coming of the new LF will likely mean the end for the fourth generation, which has been built since 2002.
The new Hyundai Sonata will be powered by a 2.4 liter four-cylinder with 168hp and 201nm, or by a 2.0 turbo with 200hp and 252nm. Price is expected to start around 150.000 yuan.
The brand new Hyundai ix25 SUV will be launched on the Chinese car market on October 9. Price will start around 140.000 yuan and end around 170.000 yuan. On pics a gray blue example, the very first non-orange car we see, and still looking good, although slightly less exciting. The production version of the Hyundai ix25 debuted last month on the Chengdu Auto Show.
Hyundai Motor plans to build two new factories in China. The automaker plans to open a new plant in the northern Hebei province and another one in Chongqing. Hyundai, which has three factories in Beijing, in March signed a preliminary agreement to build a plant in the southwestern city of Chongqing to help the automaker expand into western China.
This is the brand new Hyundai ix25 SUV, it will be launched on the Chinese car market on October 9. Price will start around 140.000 yuan and end around 170.000 yuan. The production version of the Hyundai ix25 debuted last month on the Chengdu Auto Show.