Superior Township, Michigan — At a press event earlier this morning, Hyundai announced crossover release schedule that includes 8 updated or new nameplates in the United States by 2020.
Leading the way is the all-new Kona, to be followed by a fuel cell and then electric offering. Hyundai will also be introducing diesel vehicle and an all-new, all-small A-Segment vehicle before it’s all said and done.
The aggressive vehicle rollout will also include increased production, which Hyundai admits could be better. Regardless, sales are strong in the segment and the CUV segment is the fastest-growing for the brand.
We’re excited to see what is coming next from the brand.