Tag - hyundai



Marinos players celebrate after winning a shootout against Hyundai on Wednesday to advance to the Asian Champions League final.
Apr 25, 2024
Marinos edge Ulsan in thriller to reach first Asian Champions League final
Marinos won a pulsating semifinal that ended 3-3 on aggregate to reach the Asian Champions League final for the first time.
Drivers in California’s Marin County rely on a single hydrogen fueling station.
Apr 6, 2024
Few stations and $200 to fill up: Life on California’s ‘hydrogen highway’
Fuel shortages and soaring prices have stalled the adoption of hydrogen cars — but proponents aren’t throwing in the towel.
Kofu's players leave the pitch after suffering a 3-0 loss against Ulsan in the first leg of their ACL last-16 clash in Ulsan, South Korea, on Thursday.
Feb 16, 2024
Kofu faces uphill battle after loss to Ulsan in first leg of ACL last-16 clash
Kofu will host Ulsan in the second leg at National Stadium on Wednesday in Tokyo.
A Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric vehicle charges at Chaevi Stay Charging Station in Seoul on Oct. 18
BUSINESS / Companies
Dec 12, 2023
South Korean auto-battery firms cautious on challenging China rivals
Feeding their worries is slowing growth in electric vehicle sales, price competition and the potential for changes in United States subsidies.
Frontale players celebrate Kento Tachibanada's goal against Ulsan during their Asian Champions League match in Kawasaki on Tuesday.
SOCCER / J. League
Oct 4, 2023
Kento Tachibanada wonder strike lifts Kawasaki past Ulsan in ACL
Elsewhere, reigning J. League champions Yokohama F. Marinos notched their first win in Group G.
Japan Times
Jul 12, 2023
Slow-selling EVs are the U.S. auto industry's new headache
More than 90 new EV models are expected to hit the U.S. market through 2026, according to AutoForecast Solutions. Many will struggle to reach profitable sales volumes, analysts said.
Japan Times
Jun 9, 2023
Dismal sales undercut Toyota and Hyundai as they push hydrogen fuel-cell cars
Such vehicles accounted for only 0.02% of global passenger vehicle sales last year, according to a report, with sales dropping in Toyota's home market.
Japan Times
Dec 21, 2022
Hyundai, the world's third-largest carmaker, takes aim at Toyota and Volkswagen
The world's third-largest carmaker isn't from the U.S., Japan or Europe, at least not anymore. It's South Korea's Hyundai.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Oct 20, 2022
South Korean auto giant Hyundai investigating child labor in its U.S. supply chain
Migrant children from Guatemala found working at SMART Alabama and SL Alabama had been hired by recruiting or staffing firms in the region.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Jul 4, 2022
Japanese automakers in high gear to boost EV sales
But with no clear outlook on how much the Japanese market will expand after falling far behind the U.S., European and Chinese markets, they are struggling to find a path to success.
Japan Times
Feb 12, 2022
Hyundai takes a second run at China market with luxury Genesis brand
The South Korean firm is far from the top car brand of choice in China but its luxury-car division is seeking to change all that with a direct-to-market strategy targeting young consumers.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Feb 4, 2022
Hyundai jumps back into Japan with an online-only, all-electric plan
The last time Hyundai sold a car in Japan was in 2009, when it pulled out after years of dismal sales.
Japan Times
Nov 9, 2021
The U.S. auto sector’s next big idea: Tiny trucks
Smaller trucks are having a renaissance as young buyers fret over the climate crisis and confront piles of student debt.
Japan Times
Mar 3, 2021
When the fantasy of better battery science doesn’t match reality
The technical challenges of making better batteries (and therefore, electric vehicles) are enormous and the expectations associated with them are even more fantastical.
Japan Times
Feb 28, 2021
Hyundai bought chips when rivals didn't — now its assembly lines are still rolling
The South Korean automaker kept buying chips even as rivals cut orders to reflect diminished demand because of the pandemic.
Japan Times
Dec 18, 2020
Asian Champions League reaches final after long 2020 campaign
The longest Asian Champions League tournament in history ends on Saturday — more than 11 months after the first ball was kicked — when Ulsan Hyundai of South Korea meets Iran’s Persepolis in the final in Doha.
Japan Times
Dec 12, 2020
Vissel Kobe's Asian Champions League semifinal moved to different venue
The Asian Football Confederation said Friday it has shifted Sunday's Asian Champions League east zone semifinal between Vissel Kobe and Ulsan Hyundai from Doha's Al Janoub Stadium to the Jassim bin Hamad Stadium.
Japan Times
Feb 12, 2020
Tokyo draws with Ulsan Hyundai after late own goal
FC Tokyo opened their Asian Champions League campaign on Tuesday with a 1-1 draw against Group F opponents Ulsan Hyundai after an own goal from Adailton canceled out Diego Oliveira's opener.
Japan Times
Feb 5, 2020
Hyundai to halt South Korea output as new coronavirus disrupts parts supply
Hyundai Motor will suspend production in South Korea because the outbreak of the new coronavirus has disrupted the supply of parts, it said, becoming the first major carmaker to do so outside of China.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Jan 15, 2020
Hydrogen vehicles picked up pace in 2019 amid race to net zero emissions
Shipments of hydrogen fuel cells grew by more than 40 percent last year as proponents of the technology worked to establish it alongside lithium-ion batteries as a way to remove pollution from transportation.


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