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    Hyundai: new platform and 17 electric models by 2030

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    A new modular platform and 17 new electric vehicles in 8 years represent the path chosen by Hyundai to achieve the growth targets set in 2030.
    The Korean group has put on the plate a figure just under 15 billion euros, destined for the development of electric cars, most of which are based on the innovative IMA platform. By 2030 there will be 11 new Hyundai and six with the Genesis brand. It starts this year with the Ioniq 6 while in 2024 the series version of the Ioniq 7 Concept presented at the Los Angeles Motor Show will arrive.
    Two models based on the e-GMP platform, whose fate seems to have already been marked by the arrival of the Ima, designed to accommodate standardized motors and batteries to optimize production costs and lower the purchase price. The new Integrated Modular Architecture can accommodate “cell-to-pack” batteries, the capacity of which can be easily adapted to the characteristics of the vehicle, while there are five types of engines.
    The plan presented at the online event “2022 Investor Day” also provides for the maximum effort on the development of hardware and software for the next generations of vehicles. The innovative Highway Driving Pilot (HDP), the level three automated driving system that will debut on the Genesis G90, will be launched later this year. In parallel, a fleet of Hyundai Ioniq 5 Robotaxis enters Uber Eats’ driverless delivery service.

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