Hyundai To Add 10 New Electric Vehicles To Its Portfolio By The End Of 2022

The brand has announced that the company will introduce about 10 electric vehicles by the end of 2022 in the US market to promote the electrification of vehicles.

Hyundai To Add 10 New Electric Vehicles To Its Portfolio By The End Of 2022

South Korean automaker Hyundai has officially shared its electric vehicle plan for the next two years. The brand has announced that the company will introduce about 10 electric vehicles by the end of 2022 in the United States market to promote the electrification of vehicles. This includes hybrid, plug-in, battery-electric, and hydrogen fuel cell-powered cars or SUVs, including 3 cars and 7 SUVs. Apart from the existing electric products, the company has updated its electric vehicle range under the Ionic sub-brand which includes two new models - the Ionic 5 and the Ionic 6.

New Hyundai electric cars will be launched in the US market during the year 2021-22. The first product among these will be the Ionic 5 which is likely to be a mid-size crossover to be built on the Hyundai 45 concept. On the other hand, there will be an Ionic 6 sedan or four-door coupe, which will probably be styled from the Profi Concept. The plug-in hybrid versions of Tucson and Santa Fe have also been confirmed in a glimpse released by Hyundai for upcoming vehicles. It is estimated that both these models will be brought for sale in 2022.

Olabisi Boyle, Vice President of Product Planning and Mobility Strategy, Hyundai Motor North America, said, "We are not just building vehicles to suit customer needs, but will also be environmentally friendly and transportation-friendly in the future." Overall, the entire game will be of new technology in which environmentally harmless, non-fuel-efficient vehicles will be brought which will be part of the global vision ecosystem of a company called Progress for Humanity. ”

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