Hyundai Vehicles

Here’s an overview of all Hyundai models currently available at Hyundai dealerships in the United States.

The current focus is on SUVs and crossovers, such as the Santa Fe, Palisade, Tucson, Venue, and Kona.

Let’s take a look at the latest Hyundai models already available or soon to arrive in the U.S. and Canadian markets.

List of all Hyundai vehicles in the U.S.:

  • Accent
  • Elantra
  • Sonata
  • Ioniq
  • Ioniq 5
  • Ioniq 6 (expected in 2023)
  • Veloster
  • Venue
  • Kona
  • Tucson
  • Santa Fe
  • Palisade
  • Santa Cruz pickup
  • Nexo FCEV

Hyundai Models by Type:

  • SUVs & Crossovers: Hyundai offers five different SUV and crossover models in the U.S.: Venue, Kona, Tucson, Santa Fe, and Palisade.
  • Sedans: Among the four-door sedans, Hyundai offers the affordable Accent subcompact sedan, Elantra compact sedan, and Sonata midsize sedan, both available as hybrids.
  • Hatchbacks: There are no longer hatchbacks in Hyundai’s lineup due to shifting consumer preferences towards SUVs and crossovers. Previously, Hyundai offered the Elantra GT based on the Euro-market Hyundai i30, but it has been discontinued.
  • Coupe & Cabrio: While there are no cabriolets, Hyundai offers a compact coupe with the recently released second-generation Hyundai Veloster, available as a “hot hatchback” under the Hyundai N performance brand.
  • Pickup Truck: The highly anticipated Hyundai Santa Cruz pickup truck is set to arrive later in 2021 after its public unveiling in the U.S.
  • Hybrid Cars: Hyundai’s hybrid lineup includes the Ioniq hybrid, Ioniq plug-in hybrid, Elantra hybrid, Sonata hybrid, Tucson SUV hybrid, and Santa Fe hybrid and plug-in hybrid.
  • Electric Cars: Hyundai offers three electric vehicles: the Ioniq EV and the newly arrived Kona EV SUV. The Ioniq 5 EV, featuring an impressive all-electric driving range and fast charging capabilities, is expected to arrive at dealerships in early 2022 (UPDATE: Ioniq 5 is already on sale in the U.S.).
  • FCEV: Hyundai’s advanced zero-emission vehicle, the Nexo FCEV, is currently available only in California, U.S., and several other countries worldwide.

Hyundai Vehicles Discontinued in the U.S.:

  • Azera premium sedan
  • Veracruz large SUV (replaced by Palisade SUV)
  • Elantra GT hatchback

Vehicles Available Worldwide (excluding North America):

Several models are available worldwide but not in North America, including the i10, i20, i30, Grandeur, Santro, Solaris, Creta, HB20, ix20, Xcent, and Eon.