Way back in September of 2019, a care-free, more innocent time, a car carrier cargo ship named the MV Golden Ray capsized off the coast of Georgia in the U.S. with 4,200 Hyundais inside. Well, that big sucker is still there because of, what else, coronavirus.
Compared to the severity of the coronavirus outbreak across the rest of the world, South Korea had a relatively flat curve. This meant their factories kept running when everywhere else went into quarantine, and now they’ve built too many cars.
New spy photos of what’s clearly a mid-engine Hyundai Veloster hatchback have led to reports the production car will end up with a 2.3-litre turbocharged hybrid powertrain matching the concept car’s 390 horsepower.