Hyundai has built its legacy to provide true value for money to automobiles in the automotive industry. Today, it is one of the world’s largest automobile manufacturers with high sales and an endless list of awards that made Hyundai one of the best-known names. Where will the Korean brand go? Forward and up, if the forecasts are saved.

Hyundai has earned the title of fastest-growing automaker for many years, and if an extensive line of branded cars is something that can happen, it will retain this title for many years. Even on local lands, this far exceeded expectations and more than just the test of time. From the first offerings of SA, such as Getz, Terracan and Tiburon, to its current selection of popular models such as ix35, Houston Hyundai Sonata and i-series, Hyundai has repeatedly returned to the promise of delivering the highest quality cars at affordable prices.

Hyundai projects are constantly evolving to meet the needs of drivers around the world.

 In recent years, he boldly raised the bar for quality and style, establishing the design philosophy of Fluidic Sculpture. Hyundai has hired some of the best stylists and engineers in the world to develop, improve and implement this design language at its design centers in Los Angeles, Frankfurt, Seoul and Tokyo. Result? The perfect balance of form, function, beauty and efficiency.

The future of Hyundai, in addition, is driven by advanced technology. With what many automakers dream, Hyundai seeks to become a reality. From power and automotive electronics to ergonomics and safety solutions, Hyundai strives to stay one step ahead. But in addition to protecting passengers, driving pleasure and luxury comfort, Hyundai also made improved fuel efficiency an absolute priority.

The Hyundai Blue Drive initiative reaffirmed the brand’s commitment to a greener future when it was launched in 2008. Thanks to Blue Drive technology and products, Hyundai aims to improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions, as well as manage the environmental impact of the automobile manufacturing process. Several ecological alternatives to traditional energy units for combustion of fuels are being studied and developed, while some of them have been implemented.


Hyundai has already launched hybrids in the form of Elantra and Sonata with even more cards. It is also considered to be the active test fleet of its hydrogen fuel cells and electric vehicles. But in addition to its achievements, Houston Hyundai hopes that its environmentally friendly vehicles are available to everyone in the near future.