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myHyundai News Issue 02 - 2016

Many of us dream big, but few have achieved such a level of success – while starting with such little – as Hyundai Founder, Asan. To celebrate Hyundai’s 30th anniversary, we look at how Asan came from nothing to build one of the world’s largest industrial empires.

If you’re feeling adventurous, we have an absolute cracker for you as we run through the world’s 5 most extreme drives. From mountain passes in Pakistan to ice roads in Alaska and the infamous “Death Road” in Bolivia, prepare to get a little crazy…

And there’s plenty more! We’ve planned your itinerary for the Australian golfing trip of a lifetime, looked at the 10 biggest Hyundai A-League signings in 2016-17, and given you a chance to win a bunch of great prizes – not the least of which is a Hyundai Elantra SR valued at over $32,000!

 

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10 Players to WatchClass style: sport-style
10 Hyundai A-League Signings to Watch in 2016-17

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Hyundai Help for Kids Hits $5 Million MilestoneClass style: community-style
Hyundai Australia's charitable arm has now raised over $5 million for children in need. Meet Eve, one of many inspirational and heart-warming stories.
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Help is on its way
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It was an enormous 2016 for Hyundai’s inspirational Help for Kids program. And 2017 looks like being even bigger and brighter.
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Hyundai Help for Kids
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Teleschooling and The Art of Marshmallow Toasting
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The joy of helping
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Hyundai Help for Kids passed another significant milestone in 2016. The inspirational program contributed more than $1.33m to an increased number of organisations helping Australian children in need.

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