2018 Hyundai Cars: Master List Of Models Under Works

Nov 02, 2016 11:06 AM EDT | Leian N.

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The Korean carmaker has made its mark on the automobile industry as one that constantly developed their vehicles. Recent reports revealed the 2018 Hyundai Cars franchise along with their respective enhancements, add-ons, and improved quality.

With the recent announcement as to the official line-up for 2018 Hyundai cars, the company has revealed that they will add two new models to the franchise. On top of which, all of these cars have been installed with improved specifications and other features that increased their quality.

Brand New Models

The Korean carmaker has decided to bring the 2018 Hyundai Genesis into the 2018 franchise with a new twist - the vehicle will be an all-luxury sub-brand, according to Hyundai Blog.

Prevailing Models

At present, here are the 2018 Hyundai Cars:

  • Hyundai Small Crossover

It was announced that the company would produce a small SUV which was already taken for a test drive in the U.S. Although no official announcements were made as to the name of the vehicle, it was said to be expected to enter the U.S. market by the second half of 2017.

  • Hyundai Azera

This vehicle is a premium sedan that went through a massive makeover with improved exterior design and enhanced powertrain. It was announced that the model would be on sale in Korean by next month, according to Auto Spies.

  • Hyundai Elantra

This 4-door 2018 model is a sedan which already underwent a full redesign earlier. The new model was inspired by the European i30 model.

  • Hyundai Accent

The latest version of the model would have the latest styling, updated technology, and improved safety mechanisms. It was speculated to arrive at the U.S. market by the end of 2017.

Other models which will include the 2018 Hyundai cars lineup are Hyundai Ioniq, Hyundai Sonata, and Hyundai Santa Fe along with the Hyundai Santa Cruz pickup.

These are the complete lineup for 2018 Hyundai cars which will be released in the U.S. market at different dates.

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