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The brand recently launched its highly-regarded Ioniq 5 crossover, and plans to follow with more all-electric vehicles in the future. The Ioniq 6 will be Hyundai Motors third fully electric car in the US, following the Kona and the Ioniq 5 crossover. The automaker plans to begin Ioniq 6 production in Korea this year, followed later that year in Europe. In a couple years, Hyundai is looking to introduce a three-row SUV, the Ioniq 7.
Hyundai has confirmed plans to sell the Ioniq 5 N-version, which would be the companys first performance EV. Hyundai has confirmed that it has joined the race to create a new low-cost, sub-$20,000 electric vehicle.
It is the first to be sold under its EV-focused subbrand, the Ioniq, and is the first model developed on Hyundais electric global modular platform (E-GMP). The vehicle is based on the E-GMP architecture which is at the heart of Hyundais latest electric car generations such as the Ioniq 5.
Hyundai Motor is expected to start producing the vehicle in South Koreas plant in Q3 this year. Hyundai plans to start building the factory next year, with a goal of producing as many as 300,000 vehicles per year by 2025. Hyundais payroll at the new plant is expected to hit $4.7 billion over 10 years, Mr. Wilson said. Hyundai has also invested billions in manufacturing the Hyundai electric cars in the United States, but the trouble is those plants are still years away from being up and running.
While it produces the entire North American lineup in the United States, and has long passed its 200,000-vehicle cap, many of its models are far too expensive to fall under the bills new MSRP limits, which take effect next year: $55,000 for sedans, and $80,000 for SUVs.
Hyundai is targeting similar starting prices, according to Hofman, as soon as it is ready to introduce a fully electric entry-level vehicle on the market. With all that said, according to Hyundai Motor Europes chief marketing officer, Andreas-Christoph Hofmann, Hyundai has committed to bring an all-electric entry-level vehicle to the European market in the future. Hyundai Motor Europes marketing chief made it seem as though the next EV will be aimed squarely at the European market. At the Automotive News Europe congress in Prague, Hyundai Motor Europes marketing chief, Andreas-Christoph Hofmann, confirmed Hyundai is working on a entry-level electric car for the European market.
Hyundai also showed media the concept of an electric sports sedan with a power output of 577 horsepower, based on the recently launched Ioniq 6. The new Hyundai Model 3 is expected to arrive soon, and will have an entry-level price of PS2,499 (about US$2,995). Hyundai Motors newest electric car is a hatchback that features an exclusive bubble-shaped design.
The car maker is also rolling out an NFT series of the Ioniq 6, and says that the vehicle will be virtual-experienceable at the automakers Metaverse Studio at Zepeto, alongside the Roblox Experience. Best of all, the Ioniq 6 will be Hyundais first vehicle that supports over-the-air software updates. While both vehicles are built on the automakers electric car E-GMP platform, the Ioniq 6 includes automatic 2-WD/4-WD switching, additional customization features, and better performance and efficiency thanks to upgrades to its engine and drivetrain.
Hofman added that Hyundai would have launched 11 all-electric vehicles by 2030, which is on top of the Ioniq 5. Hofmann said that a larger Ioniq 7 SUV in the future would play a role in Europe as well, but that it is mostly a car designed for the US market, where larger vehicles are more prevalent.
With 2022s Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric SUV, the South Korean automaker has done its homework. Hyundai also stands to gain over $212 million in government tax credits, worth $5,250 per job for a period of five years.
An economic incentives package worth up to $228,000 for each Hyundai job created is available in the states of Georgia and the four counties surrounding the city of Savannah. Georgia officials are nearing finalizing an agreement with an automaker to build a $5.5-billion electric vehicle factory in nearby Savannah, Ga. An economic development agency representing four Savannah-area counties is close to approving a $5.5-billion electric vehicle factory in nearby Savannah, Ga. An economic development agency representing four Savannah-area counties is close to approving its part of an agreement on Tuesday, July 19, 2022, that includes an economic incentives package. Savannah – The state of Georgia and local governments are giving $1.8 billion in tax breaks and other incentives to Hyundai Motor Group in return for Hyundai building its first electric vehicle-focused factory near Savannah, according to the signed agreement revealed Friday.
The Ioniq 5 also has a front trunk, with 57 L (2.01 cu ft) of volume for the RWD version and all North American versions, and 24 L (8.48 cu ft) for AWD models (except in North America), because of additional mechanical components under it to support the front-mounted EV motor.