Hyundai and Kia will co-develop electric commercial vehicles with Arrival as part of an £85 million (€100m) investment.
Hyundai Motor Company successfully conducts its first platooning of trailer trucks ‘replicating real-world traffic conditions’.
Hyundai Motor Group has developed a new system that adjusts the performance of an electric commercial vehicle, based on the gross vehicle weight.
Hyundai is to begin trialling 1,000 hydrogen fuel cell trucks with fleet operators in Switzerland as the manufacturer looks to move away from diesel.
Hyundai has presented an image of its new truck with fuel cell powertrain, which is set to be launched in 2019.
The Hyundai iLoad has been named as Glass’s Used Van Hero for July, offering toughness and reliability alongside strong specification and value.
You could hardly imagine a worse time to launch a new van – no sooner had Hyundai announced its intention to rejoin the light commercial vehicle fray with the iLoad panel van than half the civilised world’s banking systems collapsed.
iLoad delivers on the value front with low running costs and high level of equipment which make the Hyundai iLoad a van for the moment