SEOUL, Feb. 12 (Yonhap) -- Hyundai Motor Group said Tuesday that six of its vehicles have won the iF Design Award this year, marking the fifth straight year its cars have received recognition.
Hyundai Motor Co.'s new flagship Palisade SUV and Le Fil Rouge concept vehicle each won in the coveted automobiles/vehicles category at the annual competition.
The Palisade is a high-end, three-row SUV that made its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show last year.
Hyundai's Le Fil Rouge concept car was also showcased at the Geneva Motor Show 2018.
Hyundai Motor has won awards at the competition with its various vehicles, including the Avante, Tuscon, Kona and i30.
Kia Motors Corp. also saw three of its vehicles, including the Ceed, receive credit for their cutting-edge technologies and designs.
For more than 64 years, the iF Design Award has been recognized as a symbol of excellence by design professionals around the world.
In 2019, companies from 50 countries participated in the event with 6,400 product submissions, which were judged by a jury of 67 international design experts, according to Hyundai Motor.
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