Hyundai Discontinues Accent, IONIQ HEV/PHEV & Velostter N

2017 Ioniq Electric Vehicle (EV)

Hyundai today released a summary of changes to its lineup for the 2023 model year.

Models continuing for 2023 are

  • 2023 Palisade – Product Enhancement
  • 2023 Santa Fe (ICE, HEV, PHEV) – Carry-over Model
  • 2023 Tucson (ICE, HEV, PHEV) – Carry-over Model
  • 2023 Kona (ICE, EV) – Carry-over Model
  • 2023 Santa Cruz – Carry-over Model
  • 2023 Venue – Carry-over Model
  • 2023 NEXO Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle – Carry-over Model
  • 2023 IONIQ 5 – Carry-over Model
  • 2023 Elantra (ICE, HEV) – Carry-over Model
  • 2023 Elantra N – Carry-over Model
  • 2023 Sonata (ICE, HEV) – Carry-over Model
  • 2023 Sonata N Line – Carry-over Model

The IONIQ HEV and PHEV are discontinued due to a significantly expanded electrified lineup with the Elantra HEV, Sonata HEV, IONIQ 5, Kona Electric, Tucson HEV & PHEV, Santa Fe HEV & PHEV and NEXO. The IONIQ sub-brand launched with the IONIQ 5 and the next model in the lineup, IONIQ 6, was revealed globally on June 28.

The Accent is discontinued due to an expanded SUV lineup that includes Venue. Venue now serves as the entry-level model for the Hyundai brand. Sedans remain an important part of the lineup and Hyundai continues to offer Elantra and Sonata.

The Veloster N is discontinued due to new N Brand model expansion of Elantra N and Kona N.