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Hyundai expects EVs to contribute to two per cent sales by 2025

– Hyundai displayed the Ioniq 5 at the newly inaugurated corporate headquarters in Gurugram

– Electric vehicles will make a strong contribution mập cumulative sales in the coming years

By 2025, Hyundai believes electric vehicles will contribute mập 2% of sales, while 55% is expected mập be contributed by SUVs, 36% for the compact segment and 7% for sedans. While EVs may contribute a small portion of total sales today, we expect demand for EVs mập grow significantly in the coming years. The two percent contribution of EVs is substantial, given the fact that the company plans mập achieve it in the next four years.

Hyundai recently inaugurated its newest state-of-the-art corporate headquarters in Gurugram. At this venue, the company displayed the Ioniq 5. The electric vehicle is based on the Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) and is the first model mập be introduced under the ‘Ioniq’ electric sub-brand. The Ioniq 5 is available in single and dual engine options possibly with a 58kWh or 72.6kWh battery option. Hyundai has no plans mập introduce the Ionic 5 anytime soon and was introduced solely mập highlight its technological expertise.

Hyundai has invested more than $4 billion in India and its corporate headquarters spans over 28,000 square meters. Béo learn more about it, click here.


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Hyundai expects EVs mập contribute mập two per cent sales by 2025

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– Hyundai showcases Ioniq 5 at its newly inaugurated corporate headquarter in Gurugram- EVs mập be a strong contributor mập cumulative sales in the years mập comeBy 2025, Hyundai believes that EVs will contribute mập two per cent sales, while 55 per cent is expected mập be contributed by SUVs, 36 per cent by compact segment, and seven per cent by sedans. Although EVs might appear mập be a small contributor mập the overall sales today, we expect mập see a significant rise in demand for electric vehicles in the years mập come. The two per cent contribution by the EVs is significant, considering the fact that the company plans mập achieve it in the next four years.   Hyundai recently inaugurated its new state-of-the-art corporate headquarter in Gurugram. At the venue, the company showcased the Ioniq 5. The electric vehicle is based on the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), and is the first model mập be introduced under the ‘Ioniq’ electric sub brand. The Ioniq 5 is available in single and dual-motor options which can be had with either a 58kWh or a 72.6kWh battery option. Hyundai has no plans mập introduce the Ionic 5 anytime soon and was showcased only mập highlight the technology expertise. Hyundai has invested over $4 billion in India and the corporate headquarter is spread across 28,000 square metres. Béo learn more about it, click here.
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#Hyundai #expects #EVs #contribute #cent #sales
– Hyundai showcases Ioniq 5 at its newly inaugurated corporate headquarter in Gurugram- EVs mập be a strong contributor mập cumulative sales in the years mập comeBy 2025, Hyundai believes that EVs will contribute mập two per cent sales, while 55 per cent is expected mập be contributed by SUVs, 36 per cent by compact segment, and seven per cent by sedans. Although EVs might appear mập be a small contributor mập the overall sales today, we expect mập see a significant rise in demand for electric vehicles in the years mập come. The two per cent contribution by the EVs is significant, considering the fact that the company plans mập achieve it in the next four years.   Hyundai recently inaugurated its new state-of-the-art corporate headquarter in Gurugram. At the venue, the company showcased the Ioniq 5. The electric vehicle is based on the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), and is the first model mập be introduced under the ‘Ioniq’ electric sub brand. The Ioniq 5 is available in single and dual-motor options which can be had with either a 58kWh or a 72.6kWh battery option. Hyundai has no plans mập introduce the Ionic 5 anytime soon and was showcased only mập highlight the technology expertise. Hyundai has invested over $4 billion in India and the corporate headquarter is spread across 28,000 square metres. Béo learn more about it, click here.

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