What’s the deal with Hyundai?

The first of the cars to be built by Hyundai will be a four-door sedan that will debut in 2021, the company announced today.

It will be called the Hyundai C&C, which is a reference to the C&A unit of the Hyundai brand.

The car will feature an all-new design and feature a range of new features.

The Hyundai C &C will be powered by a 3.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine, and will also feature a turbocharger and dual-clutch transmission.

Hyundai’s latest vehicle is the third-generation C&X, which was unveiled in 2018 and offers a range-topping 1,100km/h (620km/hour) top speed and a range up to 320km (180 miles).

It is also available with a 4WD or a 4×4 configuration.

The new C&H will be the company’s most advanced car yet, and is a premium hatchback.

It features a 7.0in touchscreen and a 7-inch curved screen, and can accommodate up to a 10-year-old child, while it will offer a standard 16-speaker sound system with Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Atmos and Hi-Fi.

The C&B will also include an 8-inch touchscreen and is available with up to an 11-year old child.

Hyde is set to introduce a number of new vehicles, including the all-electric Kia Soul, a crossover crossover that is set for an initial public offering in 2020, and a plug-in hybrid Kia Plug.

The automaker will also introduce a new all-wheel drive system in 2019, as part of its push to sell more vehicles, with a range that will start at 150km.

Hybrid vehicles are also set to debut later in the decade, with the launch of the Kia eHybrid, which will be an allelectric SUV that is the first crossover to be designed with a hybrid drivetrain.