Hyundai promises EVs, mobility solutions for India

Hyundai showcased the Kona Electric SUV at Move: The Global Mobility Summit 2018 held in New Delhi. The company reaffirmed its commitment to delivering shared, connected and zero-emission mobility for India. 

Earlier this year, we had reported that Hyundai was planning to launch its first EV in India in 2019. The Kona EV is likely to be the brand's first electric offering, which could be imported as a completely knocked down (CKD) unit. Hyundai claims that the Kona has a range of 482 km on a single charge.

Hyundai claims to have developed a smart mobility solution based on Freedom of Mobility, Connected Mobility and Clean Mobility, which includes electric vehicles (EV), hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV).

The company plans to build strategic business partnerships with mobility service providers and car sharing start-ups. It claims to be developing a Connected Car Program to link all road cars with each other. It would also enable an individual's car to be linked to a place of interest in an urban environment, such as his workplace.

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