Kia and Hyundai Lead EV Charge Amid Market Shift

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Kia and Hyundai Lead EV Charge Amid Market Shift
Kia and Hyundai Lead EV Charge Amid Market Shift

Kia and Hyundai stand out among global automakers for their unwavering commitment to advancing their battery-powered zero-emissions vehicle plans despite the recent EV market slowdown. Kia appears to be slightly ahead of schedule, with the Soul EV, Niro EV, EV6, and EV9 already available in various markets and the EV5 set to debut soon.

Furthermore, Kia has begun teasing two additional models: a refreshed EV6 and the smallest member of the family, the EV3. Meanwhile, Hyundai offers the quirky Kona Electric in America starting at nearly $33k, along with the slightly pricier Ioniq 5 at $41,800.

Kia and Hyundai Lead EV Charge Amid Market Shift
Kia and Hyundai Lead EV Charge Amid Market Shift

Additionally, Hyundai provides appealing alternatives such as the Tucson Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid, Santa Fe Hybrid, and Plug-in Hybrid, as well as high-performance models like the Ioniq 5 N and fuel cell Nexo. Both Kia and Hyundai have teased concepts for three-row all-electric SUVs, with Kia’s EV9 already available in America.

Anticipation is high for Hyundai’s counterpart, with spy sightings suggesting it’s nearing its final development stages. The vehicle, based on the E-GMP architecture shared with Kia’s EV6 and EV9, may adopt the name Ioniq 7 or 9, with rumors suggesting a potential renaming. Digital creators, like NYMammoth, have even imagined and rendered designs for the upcoming Hyundai SUV, adding to the anticipation surrounding its release.

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By Rajdeep Singh

Rajdeep (New Delhi) sparks electric vehicle enthusiasm with engaging content, empowering everyone to join the EV revolution.

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