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For buyers who demand the tough looks of an off-roader but don't need 4x4 capability, Hyundai now offers a two-wheel-drive version of its Tucson.
Christmas may only just be over, but already Santa is set to make an early comeback.
If it weren't for the Hyundai Coup�, the Korean firm's UK story would now be completely different. With its impressive chassis and occasionally controversial looks, the car has attracted much-needed attention to the line-up.
Is this the ultimate LA machine? With a surfboard built into its roof, Hyundai hopes so. The NTT is its entry to the Los Angeles Motor Show's design competition we revealed in issue 837.
If you're already sick of the sight of Father Christmas, then here's a different Santa for you to check out.
Confusion reigns with Hyundai's 4x4 range. The Korean maker introduced its first off-roader, the Santa Fe, three years ago. Then came the Terracan, and finally the Tucson.
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