Hyundai will introduce six new electric cars in India.

Automakers are scrambling to accelerate their EV strategies after the unexpected surge in EVs, no doubt sparked by high fuel prices and attractive subsidies. Tata Motors, which has a 70 per cent market share in a small segment, and MG Motor, a distant second place, are the only two companies to profit from this rise.

Now, Hyundai has revealed its plans to embark on an extensive electrification journey, as the company anticipates a 53 per cent increase in EV sales by 2028. A total of six Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) will be included in the project, covering a variety of segments and body styles such as sedans and SUVs.

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In India, Hyundai currently only offers the Kona Electric SUV. The Korean automaker will create a new platform called E-GMP. It stands for Electric Global Modular Platform. These new platforms will serve as the foundation for the next generation of electric vehicles.

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The iONIQ 5 will be based on the E-GMP platform, which will include a vehicle chassis, battery, motor, and power electric system. It will have scalable dimensions to accommodate different body types, as well as a flat floor, sleek cockpit, and spacious cabin.

The platform will accommodate a wide range of body types and sizes. As a result, Hyundai will be able to use it to create compact sedans, compact SUVs, SUVs, compact SUVs, and possibly a small micro SUV.

As a result, there is a possibility that the company may begin its ICE-to-EV transition with vehicles such as the Venue or even the Creta. The Tata Nexon EV is currently the best-selling electric vehicle in the segment. When it is released, the Hyundai Venue electric SUV will be a direct competitor to the Nexon EV.

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