Hyundai is shipping its fuel cell system to Europe for use by non-automotive companies

Hyundai Motor Company began shipping its proprietary fuel cell system to Europe for use by non-automotive companies including a Swiss hydrogen solution firm, GRZ Technologies Ltd. The move reinforces Hyundai’s leadership in the development and mass pro…

Kia plans seven different BEV models by 2027

Kia has published an update on its electrical strategy, which builds on the ‘Plan S’ presented in January. Some of the targets set at that time have now been watered down again. For this purpose, there is a first sketch of the electric sedan starting in 2021. To sum up: After Hyundai had already presented […]

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Hyundai Motor Group, SK Innovation to Collaborate on Development of EV Battery Industry Ecosystem

Hyundai Motor Group and SK Innovation Co. have agreed to cooperate in the development of a sustainable ecosystem for electric vehicle batteries that are key to the future mobility industry. The two parties announced their plan to cooperate in diverse b…

Tesla sells twice the number of electric cars than other EV makers as hybrid sales soar

August EV sales data shows Tesla is still dominating the Australian EV market, while consumers show a distinct preference for hybrids.
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Hyundai to manufacture electric cars in Singapore

Hyundai is apparently planning to produce electric cars in Singapore from 2022. The first vehicle from the plant will probably be a compact crossover model called Ioniq 3. Hyundai plans to produce 30,000 electric cars per year at the new plant in Singapore, of which up to 6,000 will be sold in the city-state itself. […]

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