New Delhi, November 10: Hyundai Motor India announced Thursday that it will bring its global dedicated battery electric vehicle platform to the country with the upcoming Ioniq 5, which is set to debut at Auto Expo next January.
The Ioniq 5 will be the first domestic model based on the electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP). Unsoo Kim, MD and CEO of Hyundai Motor India, said in a statement, “By introducing E-GMP to India, we will provide customers with advanced battery electric vehicles derived from a modular, scalable and versatile platform. will be available to ASUS launches foldable Zenbook laptop in India.Check Pricing and Awesome Features Here.
Conceptualized and designed to shape the future transformation of electric mobility, E-GMP will usher in a new league of electric vehicles for India’s new age customers, he added. The automaker now sells a single electric model, his Kona Electric in the domestic market. Last year, the South Korean auto giant announced plans to invest around 400 billion rupees to drive six of his electric vehicles in India by 2028. You can now use DigiLocker to store your digital health records and link them to your Ayushman Bharat Health Account.
The company plans to roll out a mix of models based on its existing range as well as completely new vehicles based on its global platform ‘E-GMP’ in the coming years. The company’s lineup of six Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) serves multiple segments, including the Indian mass market and mass premium segments. The company’s E-GMP platform has a high-capacity battery of up to 77.4 kWh. It also has two-wheel drive (2WD) and his four-wheel drive (4WD) capabilities, improved handling and the ability to achieve a top speed of 260 km/h.
https://www.latestly.com/auto/hyundai-to-introduce-global-battery-electric-vehicle-platform-in-india-with-ioniq-5-in-january-2023-4442112.html Hyundai to launch global battery electric vehicle platform with Ioniq 5 in India in January 2023