Hyundai Motor debuted its seven-seater Grand Santa Fe at the Geneva Motor Show held at Palexpo on Tuesday, while Kia Motors unveiled its Provo, a three-door hatchback named for the English word "provocative" to emphasize its dynamic features.
Kia also released the Cee'd GT and Procee'd GT, high-end versions of the Cee'd targeted at the European market.
Ssangyong Motor rolled out a new version of the Rodius, called Korando Turismo in Korea, for the first time in Europe.
Meanwhile, Volkswagen's new Golf was named car of the year at Palexpo on Monday, the eve of the Geneva Motor Show. It garnered 414 points to beat seven other finalists, including Toyota's 86 that took second place with 202 points. The Hyundai i30 made it on the list but ranked at the bottom.
The new Golf received praise as it is 100 kg lighter and delivers a 23 percent improvement in fuel efficiency compared to its predecessor.