“ ⚠️ Fire risk ⚠️ Hyundai Motor Company Australia #recalls Hyundai Tucson MY2015-2021. Due to a manufacturing error, an electronic control circuit board in the Anti-Lock Braking System module will short circuit and may cause an engine compartment fire. This could increase the risk of an accident, serious injury or death to vehicle occupants, other road users and bystanders, and/or damage to property.
For full details: https://www.productsafety.gov.au/recall/hyundai-motor-company-australia-pty-ltd-hyundai-tucson-my2015-2021?fbclid=IwAR0WUjTzNaQEp0FIlSTUkEHrGGvTzwQK4ZnFI_usZPH1_Y-UOm-OwfgtZ3o
Affected vehicles need to be parked in an open space and away from flammable materials and structures, i.e. not in a garage. Owners of affected vehicles will be contacted by Hyundai Motor Company Australia and asked to contact an authorised Hyundai dealership to have a relay kit installed on the circuit board.”
90% sure these models will be based off of Canoo skateboard.
I used to drive past these amazing buildings a couple of times a month, and couldn't help but notice the relationship between building height and brand status. I don't have an original photo, but the one I linked is better than I could do anyway.
The two brands are pretty similar, but Hyundai generally goes for comfort at a slightly higher price, and for older customers, while Kia is a brand for (relatively) sportier cars and younger customers. As mentioned in the title, Hyundai also owns much of Kia. So, the architecture here is basically Hyundai asking Kia, "Whose your daddy?"
In some ways, the buildings remind me of the Flagpole War between North and South Korea. Basically, the South made a giant flagpole on the border, so the North made the biggest in the world at the time. In short, this peninsula loves a good pissing contest, and for that matter, who doesn't?