A stage for the newest innovations.
Each year, Hyundai takes part in the international motor shows to exhibit new car ranges and its latest technology. Over the decades, the company has unveiled many new models at the motor shows, from popular production models to exciting concept cars. These are some of the highlights from last year.
Paris Motor Show 2018.
The Paris Motor Show is the world’s busiest automotive event. It is held every two years and in 2018 more than 1,068,194 visitors attended from all around the world. It is hosted at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, the largest exhibition park in France, and the 2018 edition lasted from 4 to 14 of October.
Premiere of the all-new Fastback N.
2018 saw the world premiere of the all-new Hyundai i30 Fastback N. The hot coupe became the company’s second high-performance model in Europe, combining sophisticated and elegant design with the proven N fun-to-drive factor.
The all-new Kona Electric.
Versatile and very fun to drive, the all-new Kona Electric is the first electric compact SUV in Europe. This newcomer combines impressive electric driving range with bold and roomy SUV style.
The all-new Nexo.
The next generation fuel cell SUV combines cutting-edge technology and futuristic design with fantastic driving range.
Geneva Motor Show 2018.
Spread across seven halls, the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show took place from 8 to 18 March at the Palexpo, a convention centre next to the city’s airport, attracting more than 662,000 visitors from around the world. In 2018, Hyundai showcased its strong eco-car and SUV line-up as well as the design language for future launches.
Premiere of the all-new Kona Electric.
At the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, Hyundai celebrated the world premiere of the all-new Kona Electric. It is the first fully-electric subcompact SUV on the European market.
The all-new Santa Fe.
The fourth-generation Santa Fe completed Hyundai’s strong SUV line-up at the Geneva Motor Show with its expressive design and best-in-class safety features.
Concept car “Le Fil Rouge”.
The new concept car, first unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2018, shows the future of Hyundai’s car design and how the company interprets future mobility technology.