Hyundai Motor Company announced today that it will release twelve new cars by the end of 2021. All new cars are SUVs, including gasoline, hybrid and plug-in hybrid as well as fully electric vehicles. Also high-performance N variants are expected.
Twelve new cars that are planned around eco-friendly powertrains such as electric cars include derivative models of Tucson, Santa Fe, Kona, the launch of the All-New Santa Cruz or the Ioniq 5 crossover & Ioniq 6 sedan based on the E-GMP platform exclusive for electric vehicles.
Hyundai Motor Company said, “The new EV SUV will be equipped with a new platform, design, and eco-friendly powertrain.” The Ioniq5 will be the first to premiere the bespoke platform, will models from Kia and Genesis following the launch. If you want to know more about the E-GMP platform, we have an article about the reveal.
In the mean time, Hyundai Motor America also announced that from these twelve, ten will arrive to the US-market while they also showcased a more clarify picture to know more what its coming. If you’re a follower, you maybe already know many of this novelties.
Its about Tucson Hybrid & Plug-in Hybrid, Santa Fe Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid, the recently refreshed Kona Electric, a revised version of the Fuel Cell NEXO and the forementioned Ioniq 5 and Ioniq 6. HMA said all this models will debut between 2021 and 2022.
Olabisi Boyle, vice president of Hyundai Motor Company’s US subsidiary, said, “Hyundai’s engineers have developed a fantastic new car that encompasses SUVs, eco-friendliness, and high performance.”