Hyundai announced the debut of 4 new products at the Los Angeles Auto ShowNovember 19, 2019
Hyundai published a teaser for the hybrid crossover concept last week, and the company has now confirmed that four more models will join it in Los Angeles.
The company decided not to disclose the details of future innovations, but noted that they would combine both concept cars and production models. The automaker also added that you can expect cars with gasoline, hybrid and electric powertrains.
This latest news is not too surprising since Hyundai has recently confirmed plans to bring the updated Ioniq Electric, Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid to the US. The fifth model is a little mysterious, but it will be a global debut. It is possible that the mysterious model will show five vehicles, including concepts and production models. ” The plural in concepts implies at least two prototypes, but it remains unclear what kind of second model we are talking about.
Recall that Hyundai previously confirmed plans to create a production version of the Santa Cruz concept last week. The original concept was introduced more than 4 years ago at the 2015 North American International Auto Show, and it is possible that the company may introduce a new concept to help pre-see the upcoming pickup. Santa Cruz is expected to be built at the company’s plant in Montgomery, Alabama, in 2021.
Another option might be Sonata N or N-Line. Earlier, the automaker confirmed plans to produce a “charged” version of the Sonata with more than 275 hp. No matter what the mysterious model is, it will be presented in Los Angeles on November 20 and our journalists will be the first to see this model.
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