A big black and beautiful Hyundai Equus Limousine, Spotted in China at an Hyundai dealer in Beijing. The massive vehicles comes with a big ‘n shiny grille, 19 inch wheels, and Equus badging all around.
Facelift time for the Hyundai Sonata in China. The popular mid size sedan gets new lights, new bumpers, and a new and bigger grille. The facelifted Sonata will hit the Chinese car market in July.
Facelift time for the Hyundai ix25 in China. The popular compact SUV gets new lights, new bumpers, and a new and bigger grille. The facelifted ix25 will hit the Chinese car market in July.
The facelifted Hyundai Mistra launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 129.800 yuan and ends at 176.800 yuan. The facelift includes a new grille, new lights, new bumpers, and an updated interior.
Hyundai has launched the new ix35 compact SUV on the Shanghai Auto Show in China, it will hit the Chinese car market in Q3. Styling is a surprise, very square with a straight front end. The lights are large and the grille is shiny, and it has black wheel arches in crossover style.
The new Hyundai Celesta has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 79.900 yuan and ends at 115.900 yuan, positioning the Celesta at the top of the cheap-sedan line in Hyundai’s confusing China lineup. The Celesta comes with a rather good looking shiny grille but it is not a totally new car.
This is a new electric Hyundai Elantra for China. But it is not really new. It is based on the Hyundai Elantra Yuedong, which is a China-only continuation of the fourth-generation Elantra. The Yuedong will soon be replaced with the new Celesta. The Elantra EV comes with a rather odd black grille, whereas most Chinese EVs have something blue between the lights.
This is the production version of the new Hyundai Celesta, a compact sedan for China, looking just like every other cheap Chinese Hyundai sedan. The Celesta will hit the market in March, price will range from 105.000 to 125.0000 yuan.
The first photos of the facelifted Hyundai Mistra sedan for China. It will debut in April on the Shanghai Auto Show and hit the Chinese car market soon thereafter. The facelift includes a new and very shiny grille, new lights, and new bumpers.
It is based on and replaces the Hyundai Elantra Yuedong, which was a continuation of the fourth-generation Hyundai Elantra. Production of the fourth-gen Elantra in South Korea ended in 2010, but continued in China by the Beijing-Hyundai joint venture.