Take a ride on the Hyundai Azera, a decent mix of tech and a comfortable ride.
The car the world forgot emerges all-new.
Hyundai pulls the wraps off of its familiar-looking 2012 Azera sedan.
Hyundai says its new large sedan is its most dramatic yet, but we think it looks just like a Toyota Camry.
Hyundai released renderings last week of the redesigned Azera sedan, expected to arrive stateside in 2012.
The big, comfortable 2012 Hyundai Azera packs more standard tech and amenities than many of its "fully loaded" competitors.
With the addition of a seven-passenger long wheelbase model, 2013 Hyundai's Santa Fe crossover grows in more ways than one.
Most of the cars unveiled this year were of the practical sort, but there was plenty of engine-revving fun to be found, if one chose to go looking for it.
The next three years promise plenty of growth for Hyundai and Kia.
Florida automaker Avera announces a company name change to Rivian Automotive.