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Japanese Automakers Post Strong April Sales Numbers, Korean Automakers See Sales Dip

Japanese Automakers Post Strong April Sales Numbers, Korean Automakers See Sales Dip

The expanding popularity of electrified vehicles, particularly hybrids, continues to help boost sales of new vehicles amid growing signs consumers are switching to smaller, more affordable vehicles in the face of rising prices and the highest interest rates in nearly a quarter of a century.

Hyundai Suspends Advertising on X

Hyundai Suspends Advertising on X

Hyundai Motor America suspended its advertising on the X, formerly Twitter, after another post espousing pro-Hitler, antisemitic views appeared attached to its ad on the social media outlet. Tesla CEO Elon Musk also helms X and has been under fire before after allowing similar content in the past. Find out more at Headlight.News.

First Drive: Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Sets the Benchmark for EV Performance

First Drive: Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Sets the Benchmark for EV Performance

Hyundai may be a brand for the masses, but ignore any model wearing the “N” badge at your own peril. And now, the performance sub-brand is working its magic on the Korean carmaker’s first dedicated EV, the Ioniq 5. But does it live up to expectations? To find out, Headlight.News headed out to California’s scenic Monterey Peninsula to push the new Hyundai Ioniq 5 N to its limits, on track and off.

Hybrids, EVs Helped Prop Up March Sales – Except for Tesla

Hybrids, EVs Helped Prop Up March Sales – Except for Tesla

It’s become something of conventional wisdom that the EV market is slowing down. And there’s no question that, on a percentage basis, the growth rate for battery-electric vehicles has slowed over the last 12 months. But the market does continue to grow, Kia’s EV sales jumping 151% in March. Ironically, it was the 800-pound gorilla of the battery-electric market, Tesla, where sales fell well short of expectations.