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Is it able to restart straight away after it cuts off, or do you need to let the engine cool down before it can restart?

It's quite common on Hyundai engines for the crank position sensor to fail when it gets hot. That can cause the engine to cut out while your driving and it wont restart until the engine (and the sensor) has cooled down. If that matches your symptoms I would suggest you replace the cranks position sensor.
 
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