Hyundai teases the Ioniq 5
Hyundai provides an official preview of the highly anticipated Ioniq 5 and unveiled the first design elements and technologies of the electric crossover,. After the digital debut in February, it will be possible to pre-reserve the 800-volt electric vehicle before it celebrates its market launch in Europe in summer 2021.
Is this an EV for ants?
Hyundai offered the first glimpse of its smallest electric car to date: the mini electric car for children is inspired by the concept car 45 that Hyundai presented at the IAA 2019 and is designed to reach a top speed of 7 km/h.
The zero-emission soapbox
Hyundai has developed a very small, zero-emission car that comes with customer instructions on how to assemble it. The isn’t powered by electricity, but by gravity.
Hyundai is launching Ioniq as a fully electric subsidiary
Hyundai is making Ioniq its own sub-brand for future battery electric vehicles based on the new Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) with 800-volt technology. The first model will be the Ioniq 5 based on the Hyundai 45 concept car next year, with two further Ioniq models already announced.
SK Innovation to supply Hyundai electric cars
SK Innovation will become the exclusive battery cell supplier for Hyundai Group electric cars – specifically for the first model based on the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), which is to roll off the assembly line from 2021.
Hyundai presents electric race car Veloster N ETCR
Hyundai Motorsport has presented its first electric racing car at the IAA. The all-electric Veloster N ETCR was specially developed for the new ETCR racing series, which will start in 2020. Hyundai also presented a concept to serve as a design template for future electric models.