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The CSCL Globe, shown here on sea trials, has embarked on its maiden voyage (Photo: HHI)

The world's largest capacity container ship has set off on its maiden voyage. Measuring 1,312 ft in length and 192 ft wide – or the size of four soccer fields for those more familiar with that alternative unit of measurement – the CSCL Globe can carry 19,000 twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) shipping containers.  Read More

The Hyundai Genesis Steel Phoenix makes 600 hp thanks to a Garrett twin-turbo setup

Chicago-based customization firm Toca has revealed a twin-turbo, 600 hp performance version of Hyundai's Genesis sedan dubbed "Steel Phoenix" ahead of SEMA in Las Vegas next month.  Read More

The Tucson Fuel Cell is available in the US for a US$499/month lease

The hydrogen economy sounds great, and has ever since it was first proposed in the 1970s. The tricky bit is how to get there, because without the necessary infrastructure, a fuel cell car that runs on hydrogen is little more than a conversation piece. As Hyundai delivers its first Tucson Fuel Cell CUV to its new lessee, Timothy Bush, the South Korean carmaker unveiled its plan to jump-start the hydrogen car economy by giving the fuel away to its customers.  Read More

New green designs at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show

In addition to the sporty and strange, the Geneva Motor Show hosts its fair share of green cars and concepts. This year, everyone from mainstream manufacturers to university teams showed designs built from ultralight components, powered by alternative fuels and otherwise designed around fuel- and emissions-frugal commuting.  Read More

The Intrado is a vision of a car that's 'easy to use, intuitive to interact with, and read...

In revealing the all-new Intrado concept, Hyundai has set out to demonstrate how "advanced vehicle technologies and intelligent design can combine to engage more effectively with driver and passengers." The new concept combines aircraft-inspired design with a next-generation hydrogen fuel cell powertrain.  Read More

The new BlueLink app for wearable electronics will let owners control their car more easil...

Hyundai has demonstrated a Google Glassware app that enhances the features of its cloud-based Blue Link remote control and infotainment system. Hyundai's 2015 Hyundai Genesis sedan will be the first in the Korean automaker's fleet to take advantage of the new technology designed for users of wearable gadgets, such as Google Glass.  Read More

The FCEV Concept at the LA Auto Show

Fuel cells have long been lurking around in the shadows of the automotive market, promising great things but without much real-world availability to deliver them. At this week's LA Auto Show, they took some small but sure steps into the light, as both Honda and Hyundai shared their respective visions for the future of fuel cell automobiles. These debuts have people talking a little more about hydrogen-fueled electric driving.  Read More

The Santa Fe Zombie Survival Machine is heavy on the knives, to conserve bullets

The Walking Dead and Hyundai go together like ... well, like a TV show and one of its main advertisers. And while the always-clean Hyundai Tucson that figures prominently in the show might not be ideal for fighting zombies, the automaker is about to unveil a one-off car that could be – the Santa Fe Zombie Survival Machine.  Read More

The new Hyundai Genesis tune will debut at the SEMA Show

Preparing for next month's SEMA Show, Hyundai has revealed an ultra-powerful version of its Genesis Coupe. With some serious wrenching by Bisimoto Engineering, the show car packs 1,000 horses of raw power – some 650 hp more than the stock Genesis Coupe V6. We can already see the white smoke.  Read More

New i10 is longer, lower and wider than the previous model (Photo: Gizmag.com)

Hyundai’s i10 hatchback has sold over 450,000 units in Europe since 2007 and this week at the Frankfurt Motor Show Hyundai officially unveiled its successor. Gizmag was on hand for the debut of the company's new entry into Europe’s A-segment market.  Read More

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