Hyundai highlighted with the Santa Cruz and Kona at the Newsweek Auto Awards
Hyundai, Santa Vruz and Kona models have been recognized in the Newsweek Autos Awards due to their physical, mechanical and safety characteristics
Hyundai accumulates a few years in the automotive market placing high quality models. Small, medium, large cars, vans, SUV's and even trucks. The Asian manufacturer has dedicated itself to covering as much of the sector as possible.
Now, among so many cars that have hit the streets under the seal of the Asian manufacturer, highlighting specific models thanks to their physical, mechanical and technical characteristics. These are the Hyundai Santa Cruz and Hyundai Kona, vehicles that have been recognized at the 2022 Newsweek Autos Awards.
Specifically, the Hyundai Kona took top honors for Best Small SUV, while the Hyundai Santa Cruz was considered Best Small Truck.
“Receiving the 2022 Newsweek Autos Best Small SUV for Kona and Best Small Pickup for Santa Cruz awards confirms Hyundai's relentless effort to produce vehicles perfectly tailored to the needs of American buyers. With powerful and efficient powertrains, generous advanced technologies, innovative design and comprehensive safety, Hyundai is satisfying its owners more than ever,” Ricky Lao, director of product planning for Hyundai Motor in North America, said in a statement. company officer.
The company describes the Hyundai Santa Cruz as a model that breaks new ground within the SUV, truck and crossover segments by offering sportiness and adventure “like no other in the US market.” On the other hand, the Hyundai Kona has been detailed as a variant that offers a fresh design with sporty N and N Line details, signs of dynamic aesthetics, appearing as a key model in Hyundai's electrification strategy through its sustainable alternative, Kona. Electric.
Precisely, the company hopes to become a zero-emissions manufacturer for the next few years, where 2050 appears as a key year to have the largest number of companies operating under carbon dioxide neutrality.