For the first time, Hyundai Kia Automotive Group looked at the international sales of sustainable automobiles surpass over 300,000 units. On Sunday, The South Korean automakers stated that 306,266 sustainable cars EVs (Electric Vehicles), PHEVs (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles), HEVs (Hybrid Electric Vehicles), and FCEVs (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles) export all over the world. It did not include their home country from January to November.
EVs have come to be the greatest partaker to sales growth by increasing from 68,907 to 137,286 units. Especially, the Kona EV and the Niro EV sold 70,018 and 44,146 units. Successively, Hyundai Kia played a central role in the international market. So many, 24,717 units of the Kona EV built in the Czech State sold in the European market.
In comparison with the development of the EV market, the sales of HEV decreased by 7.6 percent annually. And it happens at the same time. HEVs go on a battery for beginning and low-speed operation, even as consuming an internal ignition engine for an afar trip. Hyundai sells out the IONIQ, the Sonata, and the Tucson in the international HEV market. Whereas Kia manufactures the Niro and the Sorento.
Hyundai Kia Goals:
The Export of Hyundai Kia Automotive Group’s green car line-ups will gain energy as it releases a new EV model. A model furnished with the E-GMP or a next-generation EV platform. Hyundai’s long-term goal is to stop manufacturing internal combustion engines in the United States and Europe and increase its market share up to 10 percent in the global EV industry by 2040. Hyundai Kia also has some plans to ensure that EVs take up a quarter of the total sales by 2029. Hybrid automobiles will be next on the list with almost 118,816 units sold, as PHEVs dispatched 49,299 sales and fuel cell EVs 865.