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NZ's First Fuel Cell SUV.

Hydrogen Technology.

Kona Electric

Fuel Economy - $400 per year*

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 The Hyundai brand has grown rapidly into a global automotive powerhouse. But first and foremost, we are a local business. Hyundai New Zealand is 100% kiwi owned and all our Hyundai dealers are 100% NZ operated. This means we are a New Zealand company helping New Zealanders grow. 

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LATEST HYUNDAI NEWS

Hyundai Motorsport reveals the Veloster N ETCR

11 September, 2019
Hyundai Motorsport has today revealed the Veloster N ETCR, its first-ever electric race car, at the International Motor Show (IAA) media day in Frankfurt.

Hyundai Motor’s Leftover Materials Re:Styled by Zero + Maria Cornejo

02 September, 2019
Hyundai Motor Company is partnering with ready-to-wear fashion brand Zero + Maria Cornejo to host Re:Style, an exclusive cultural event showcasing a creative upcycling collaboration between the automotive and fashion industries. The event will take place on September 6, the opening night of the 2020 S/S New York Fashion Week, at the trendy Public Kitchen restaurant in New York

Hyundai New Zealand's EV Technical Training Programme Recognised by Mito

02 September, 2019
Qualified Automotive Technicians across New Zealand can now upskill with a new qualification approved by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) that focuses on the safe inspection, servicing and repair of Electric Vehicles (EVs). MITO, the industry-training organisation for the automotive sector, has worked together with industry representatives to develop the qualification, the New Zealand Certificate in Electric Vehicle Automotive Engineering (Level 5).

* Your actual cost per year and energy consumption will vary from that shown, depending on factors such as vehicle condition and any vehicle modifications, driving style, traffic conditions, distance travelled and energy price variations. You should not expect to meet exactly what this cost says. Cost per year based on charging a 64kW Kona Electric on a home charger at a price per kWh of electricity at $0.20 and average distance of 14,000km per year.