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Founded in 1967, Hyundai has grown to become the world's fifth-largest motor group in less than 50 years. Impressively, the company sales have gone from strength to strength with more than four million vehicle sales in 2011.
Proud to be ahead of the curve, Hyundai has replaced its entire line-up of 14 cars with all-new improved models, in just four years. They always continue to raise the bar in technology, offering a wide range of groundbreaking Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid and Electric models, alongside the popular i30 range, all-new Kona and Tucson SUV.
The Hyundai i10 is one of the roomiest small city cars on the market, with seating for three adults in the back and an impressively sized boot.
With its sporty exterior style, roomy interior and smooth ride, the Hyundai i20 Hatchback is a viable alternative to the Ford Fiesta and SEAT Ibiza.
The Hyundai i30 range includes the third generation Hatchback, the Tourer with its generous space and practicality and the i30N which is the first in a new line of high-performance road cars to launch under the Hyundai N sub-brand.
Combining a compact electric motor with a petrol engine, the Hyundai Ioniq hybrid is a stylish five-door alternative to the Toyota Prius.
Giving rivals like the Nissan Juke, Vauxhall Mokka X and Seat Arona a run for their money, the new Hyundai Kona is a small SUV with plenty of character.
With seven seats as standard and room in the rearmost seats for two adults, the Hyundai Santa Fe is a spacious SUV with eye-catching good looks.
Replacing the Hyundai ix35, the Hyundai Tucson is a practical and well equipped SUV and a viable alternative to the Ford Kuga, Nissan Qashqai and Peugeot 3008.