Hyundai’s electric car is launched

Hyundai’s electric car is launched


Hyundai’s plans to accelerate sales of electric vehicles include launching 16 new electric vehicles.

In recent years, the electric car market has grown significantly and several brands have already announced their future strategies. THE Hyundai is one of them. In an interview with Automotive News, CEO Jaehoon Chang said the brand’s goals regarding power supply are very clear. This includes, for example, new launch the car he gives Hyundaito increase sales.

This interview was held last Monday (20/12). According to him, they will be “very aggressive in power supply”. Chang says that at least 13 new electric vehicles will be launched worldwide by 2030. Today, the Asian manufacturer’s main bet is 5 ions. Sold by the new electric vehicle division, the model is produced on the E-GMP platform.

Hyundai Hyundai Ioniq 5 (Photo: Publicity/Hyundai)

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It has a very futuristic look and a powerful engine. The Global Electric Module Platform will also serve as the basis for other designs. One of them is a sedan Ioniq 6 (Hyundai Prophecy). Another example that can be seen in the coming years is the SUV based on Hyundai Seven Concept, presented at the Los Angeles Auto Show. This has a future look and shows future news. Of course, we must not forget that some models from Kia and Genesis use it E-GMP.

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Hyundai Prophecy (Photo: Advertising/Hyundai)

Jaehoon Chang also talked about the sales forecast. According to him, the brand’s ambition is to reach 220 thousand units (of electric cars) sold around the planet by the end of 2022. Thinking a little further, the director expects 1.7 million electric cars (hybrid and electric) in 2026. He even talked about the plans of sales for the next ten years.

“We are moving very aggressively in electrification towards carbon neutrality, first in Europe. By 2030, we expect almost 70 percent of our total sales to be net-zero in Europe (including electric and hydrogen vehicles). And by 2035, there will be 100% carbon neutrality in Europe. This will be followed by big markets like the US. Let’s continue this momentum around the world,” Hyundai’s CEO told Automotive News.

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Hyundai Seven Concept (Photo: Advertising/Hyundai)

Many products have similar goals. And in the case of reaching 100 percent carbon neutrality in Europe, it goes against the European government’s plan to ban the sale of combustion vehicles in the European Union. Now, thinking about internal combustion engines, the brand says it will no longer invest in them. This investment will be used in technology and electricity supply.

Battery and Start of all electricity

Genesis GV60 (Photo: Broadcast/Genesis)

Hyundai’s CEO was also asked about battery development. He said the brand has been working on next-generation battery technologies.

“I can’t say that. There is uncertainty in terms of timing. We are also working on other next generation battery technologies, not just solid state batteries. We work with Korean battery manufacturers because they are world class. Li-ion and lithium metal batteries are both under research and development.

Just like Toyota and Hondaa Hyundai it also has its first brand. He is called The beginning. Recently, you followed here on Garagem360 the launch of a new generation of sedan G90. One of their main examples. And it is also part of the plans to distribute electricity.

The expectation is that it will be a 100% electric brand in 2030. And one of these cars could be GV60. We are talking about the first 100% electric car of this brand. Its launch is scheduled for 2022. We can see that this is a very similar strategy to that of Toyota and Lexus. The Japanese automaker has already warned that all of its brand’s cars will be electric in 2030.

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Pedro Giordan

Pedro GiordanThe journalist graduated from the Methodist University of São Paulo in 2017. The author of Garage360 since 2021, where since then he has gathered experience and research on the automotive industry. Previously, he worked in journalism, press relations, a football blog and a sports website.