The best Hyundai models coming by 2025: all you need to know

May 14, 2024 by

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Hyundai really shook things up with the Ioniq 5 back in 2021, and the new Ioniq 6 saloon is just as space-aged. So what’s next for the Korean brand? Read on to find out. 

Best new Hyundai models coming in 2024

New Hyundai Santa Fe

The new Hyundai Santa Fe was revealed last year, and it’s been given a radical styling overhaul compared to the outgoing car. The exterior design is all-new, and the interior is more luxurious as well.

It’s a much more boxy shape than before, with an upright grille and square headlights. The interior is dominated by a massive screen which blends the digital driver’s display and the infotainment system in one piece of glass.

The new Santa Fe is available with either self-charging hybrid or plug-in hybrid engines, and prices start from £46,775.

New Hyundai Ioniq 6 N

It’s been a couple of years now since the Hyundai RN22e concept was first revealed, and a production car based on this mad styling is finally on the horizon. Carwow’s spy photographers have spotted the new Ioniq 6 N out and about a few times now.

The RN22e already looked like a much more hardcore Ioniq 6, with the same sleek shape as the electric saloon. The production Ioniq 6 N looks to be slightly toned-down, but you can still see the more aggressive front and rear bumpers poking out of the disguise.

Details of what’s powering this Porsche Taycan alternative haven’t been confirmed yet, but it’s likely to use the same dual-motor setup as the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N. This means more than 650hp is possible.

New Hyundai Ioniq 7

Inspired by the SEVEN concept from 2021, the Ioniq 7 will be the large SUV in Hyundai’s electric car line-up. Seen testing, it will likely feature the same platform as the Ioniq 5 and goes up against the BMW iX and Audi Q8 e-tron.

Camouflaged when tested on the road, we haven’t had the best look at the production model – but you can expect it to have pixel-like lights and bold styling. It’s similar under the skin to the Kia EV9, hence the similar boxy shape.

Find out more about the Hyundai Ioniq 7

It should come with the same motors as the other Ioniq models – the 5 and 6 – so expect it to have upwards of 250hp and a range around 300 miles. As it’s in testing currently, it will debut in 2024 starting around £50,000.

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