The electrified vehicle lineup from the automaker will include six sedans and seven crossovers that will come with electric, hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains
South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor will expand its electrified car lineup to 13 models by 2022, according to a company statement. At present the company has five models that are electrified.
The 2020 Hyundai Ioniq will be among these electrified models, the car is scheduled to be unveiled this month at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Hyundai will also launch the Sonata Hybrid that will be displayed at the Chicago Auto Show next year.
The electrified vehicle lineup from the automaker will include six sedans and seven crossovers that will come with electric, hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains.
Reportedly, the company announced that its initiatives are focused on offering alternative-propulsion technologies in a variety of products. These have been curated to adjust and align the company’s ambitions to the evolving needs of the diverse customer base and environmentally-aware society. The company has plans to offer solutions with alternative-power to cater to a vast segment of consumers.