Hyundai Motor and Kia will collaborate with SK Innovation to codevelop batteries for their future hybrid electric vehicles.
Government officials and Hyundai Motor executives charge the Hyundai Motor Ioniq 5, left, and Kia EV6, at a Hyundai Motor charging station branded E-Pit that opened in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi on Wednesday
Hyundai Motor said Wednesday it will resume the plant that produces the Ioniq 5 all-electric model on Thursday following a weeklong suspension due to chip shortages.
“Media Strings,” a kinetic media art piece by Korean artist Jin-yo Mok, is now on view at Hyundai Motor Studio Busan. The work consists of wires, which have small LED lights on them. The wires move by a computer algorithm in time with string...
A Hyundai Motor production plant in Ulsan on April 13. The Korean automaker halted its production line between April 12 and 13 due to a shortage of automobile semiconductors related to the power train controller unit.
Kia’s K8 is a beautifully crafted car that has all the looks of a luxury sedan, minus the solid performance and soundproofing.
Hyundai Motor’s Ioniq 5, the first electric vehicle (EV) on its dedicated E-GMP platform, has already run into problems before it even makes it off the production line.
A mysterious symbol straight out of a dystopian novel is showing up on the employee chat sites of Korea's largest company: ●▅▇█▇▆▆▅▄▇
The Export-Import Bank of Korea signed a 3-trillion-won ($2.7 billion) program to help Hyundai Motor and its smaller partners develop the so-called future mobility industry.
Minister of Industry Sung Yun-mo, center, poses with members of the new auto-related committee that launched Wednesday dedicated to net zero carbon emissions.