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Hyundai’s Electric Revolution: 5 New Made-In-India EVs Set to Roll Out by 2030

Korean manufacturer introduces five new electric cars made in India for the domestic market.

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Hyundai’s Electric Revolution: Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) currently competes in the premium EV segment with the Kona EV and IONIQ 5.

Korean manufacturer introduces five new electric cars made in India for the domestic market.

A streak of affordable mass-market EVs will start with the Creta EV, which has already been spotted testing on Indian roads multiple times.

By the end of this year, the electric Creta should be in production and ready to go.

Its design will be very similar to the new Creta Facelift, but it will have some EV-specific touches inside out. The estimated range of the EV SUV is 400-450 kilometers.

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Among others, the Creta EV will compete against the Tata Curvv EV, Maruti Suzuki eVX, and Mahindra XUV400 EV.

Following the launch of the electric Creta, a Venue EV will follow, likely based on the next generation Venue that will debut later next year.

Venue EV will compete primarily against Tata Nexon EV, and Mahindra XUV3XO EV will join the compact electric SUV segment.

By the end of this year, Hyundai’s seven-seater SUV, the Alcazar, which is based on the mid-life facelift version of the Creta, will get its electric counterpart.

Hyundai To Launch 5 New Made-In-India EVs

It is expected that Hyundai’s entry-level electric car will be the Exter EV, which will compete with Tata Punch EV and MG Comet EV in India.

With a selling price of around Rs. 10-12 lakh, the Exter EV is expected to be based on its conventional counterpart with a few electric-specific tweaks.

Last but not least, the IONIQ 5 will remain the brand’s flagship electric vehicle, albeit in its next-generation form by 2030.

The Hyundai IONIQ 6 sedan, which will be unveiled at the 2023 Auto Expo, will also be assembled in India like its current model.

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