Release Dates Of 2016 Hyundai Cars And SUV Models
Listed here are the 2016 Hyundai models that are going to be launched in the U.S. market this year or early next year.
The list features all types of Hyundai vehicles, including the small compact cars, midsize sedans, SUVs and crossover vehicles, as well as the state-of-the-art hybrid cars and hybrid electric plug-in models.
While some release dates have already been confirmed, others may be based on the rumors circulating over the automobile industry sphere.
We will keep this news page regularly updated with new vehicle details and latest news, so make sure to return in order to find latest information on all 2016 Hyundai cars!
2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid
The car adopts LG batteries and incorporates several styling changes that make it more aerodynamic. Find full details on the US-specs 2016 Sonata hybrid car here.
Expected Sonata hybrid car on-sale date: summer of 2015
2016 Hyundai Sonata Plug-In Hybrid Car
The Sonata hybrid car based model will be launched closer to the year’s end. It may go on sale already this year or early next year.
Official specs, electric driving range and other details on the plug-in version of Hyundai Sonata hybrid have yet to be released!
Expected on-sale date: late this year or early 2016
2016 Elantra Sedan
Hyundai is working on a brand-new Elantra compact car.
Set to be launched already this year, the fully redesigned Elantra model will, reportedly, boast a premium exterior design, as well as a fully restyled interior with higher grade materials.
There will be several Elantra powertrain choices available, including a turbo engine, hybrid powertrain and all-electric model.
2016 Tucson Crossover Vehicle Launch
The fully-redesigned Tucson crossover vehicle may appear at your local Hyundai store later this year or early next year. Expect the vehicle to incorporate attractive exterior layout and fully redesigned interior.
- Pictures and official details on the U.S. market 2016 Tucson launch.
Expected on-sale date for the 2016 Hyundai Tucson (USA): July 2015
Compact Hybrid CUV
Imagine this as a very exclusive Hyundai vehicle, a “stand alone” hybrid model that will rival the iconic Toyota Prius hybrid car. The vehicle will have a compact size and will not be based on any currently known Hyundai model. The vehicle will have its very own design and will have a form of a crossover vehicle.
On-sale date: late 2016.