South Korean companies Hyundai Motor Group and LG Chem are considering setting up a joint venture in Indonesia to produce electric car batteries (EV). About Reuters it became known from the “person familiar with the issue.”Continue reading “Hyundai Motor and LG Chem attribute plans to set up a joint venture to produce batteries for electric cars”
In many science fiction films, you can see holographic control panels, for interaction with which the user needs to move his hand through the air. Very soon, such technology can be seen and tested in a serial crossover Genesis GV80 from the concern Hyundai.Continue reading “Genesis GV80 premium crossover will feature a 3D display of the future”
Hyundai Motor Company introduced a new generation of Elantra sedan, as well as a hybrid version of the car (for the first time in the history of the model). The new Elantra is made in the Hyundai corporate style “Sensuous Sportiness”, the dimensions of the car have increased. Length is 4650 mm (+30 mm), width – 1825 mm (+25 mm), height – 1420 mm (-20 mm). Wheelbase increased by 20 mm to 2720 mm. Wheel diameters can range from 15 to 17 inches.Continue reading “Introduced New Hyundai Elantra”
This month, 18-tonne hydrogen-powered Hyundai H2 Xcient trucks will start running on Swiss mountain roads.Continue reading “Switzerland launches Hyundai hydrogen fuel cell trucks”
Hyundai Motor will unveil its new EV Prophecy concept, which expresses the company’s new design vision, at the Geneva International Motor Show on March 03, 2020. The exposition of the concept will last until March 15.Continue reading “HYUNDAI MOTOR TO PRESENT NEW EV PROPHECY CONCEPT AT Geneva INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SALON”
Hyundai and Kia have already invested 100 million euros in Arrival, while the startup was estimated at 3 billion euros.
Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Motors Corporation have announced that they have invested $ 100 million in the British startup Arrival, whose main shareholder is former Yota CEO Denis Sverdlov.
The concept includes not only flying cars.
A press release was published on Hyundai Motor’s website dedicated to the company’s participation in CES 2020. This event was chosen by the South Korean manufacturer to present its vision of mobility and cities of the future.