Hyundai

 Green Vehicles
OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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KOR


Hyundai

Tucson 48V Hybrid

2018 A compact 48V hybrid crossover SUV
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KOR


Hyundai

Kona Electric

2018 A subcompact electric crossover SUV
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KOR


Hyundai

NEXO

2018 A mid-size fuel cell crossover SUV
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KOR


Hyundai

Elantra EV

2017 A compact electric sedan
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KOR


Hyundai

Ioniq Plug-in

2017 A compact plug-in hybrid hatchback
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 News
Apr 25, 2019

Hyundai Motor Company announced business results for the first quarter of 2019, reporting a 6.9 percent increase year over year in sales revenue of KRW 23.99 trillion.
The company reported an operating profit of KRW 824.9 billion for the January-March period, up 21.1%.
The surge was driven by increased facility utilization rates of production plants in Korea and the U.S., coupled with solid demand for SUV models in major markets.
First-quarter net profit (including minority interest) totalled KRW 953.8 billion, up 30.3%.
Global vehicle sales totalled 1.02 million units, compared with 1.05 million units in the same period in 2018. Total sales in the Korean market amounted to 183,957 units in the quarter, increasing 8.7 percent year on year, led by strong sales of new SUV models.
Hyundai plans to tackle business uncertainties by strengthening its model line-up with new models in Korea and other major markets. Hyundai’s all-new entry SUV ‘Venue’ and Genesis brand’s first ever SUV model both await global rollouts in the second half of this year.
(Hyundai Press Release on April 24, 2019)

Apr 24, 2019

On April 21, Kazakhstan Government informed that a stone laying ceremony was held in Almaty for the foundation of the future plant of Hyundai Trans Kazakhstan. The total investment in the project will be KZT 25 billion.
The plant construction will complete in 2019, and in 2020 the first car will come off the assembly line. The plant will be built by Astana Motors in the Industrial Zone of Almaty. It will have capacity of 30,000 cars per year which will be increased to 45,000 units in later stage. 25 hectares of land with all the necessary infrastructure were allocated for the construction of the plant.
The plant includes welding, painting, assembly, production of plastic panels and a quality control department. At the first stage, the production of a full cycle of Accent models will be launched, and later it is planned to launch a line for the production of Creta models.
Hyundai has also plant to export the cars to the CIS countries. Localization of the assembly will reach 50%. In the future, it is planned to build a plant for the production of automotive components, which will increase the level of localization in Kazakhstan.
Updates from Press service of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Apr 24, 2019

On April 17, Hyundai Motor Brazil celebrated the sale of its one millionth HB20 in Brazil.
In Premium trim, the vehicle was equipped with 1.6-liter engine and automatic transmission.
The first HB20 was sold 6 1/2 years earlier on October 10, 2012, the year of Hyundai's arrival in Brazil.
According to Fenabrave (National Federation of the Distribution of Motor Vehicles), 22,051 HB20 vehicles were sold from October to December 2012, only in the hatchback version.
In 2013, its first full year, sales volume jumped to 157,702 units with three versions available, including the HB20 (hatchback), HB20S (sedan) and HB20X (adventurer).
Hyundai sold 179,907 units in 2014, 163,674 units in 2015 and 167,639 units in 2016.
In 2017, the year in which the Hyundai Crete compact SUV was launched, 137,771 HB20 vehicles were sold, while in 2018, 137,661 units were sold.
In the first three months of 2019, 30,725 units were sold.
Hyundai manufactures its HB20 and Crete models in Piracicaba, Brazil.

(Hyundai press release on April 17, 2019)