According to the current Green NCAP procedure, 49 models with different drive types and body styles were tested. In the overall result, the first three places went to all-electric models - the Hyundai Kona Elektro, Renault Zoe and VW ID.3.
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Hyundai and Kia have unveiled their strategic plan for the Chinese market, according to which a total of 21 electrified models from both brands are planned by 2030, with the first two E-GMP electric vehicles, the Ioniq 5 and EV6, set to hit the Chinese market in 2022.
Hyundai plans to double its fuel cell vehicle lineup from the current three to six within two years, according to a South Korean media report. Currently, Hyundai offers the Nexo car model, the Elec City Fuel Cell bus and the Xcient truck with fuel cells.
Hyundai has recalled about 15,000 examples of its hydrogen-powered Nexo to replace them since August due to faulty fuel cell stacks, according to a Korean media report. Recently, the manufacturer informed Nexo owners that it has decided to implement an out-of-warranty compensation program for affected vehicles. koreabizwire.com
Following Hyundai Motor Group's announcement in May that it will begin manufacturing electric cars in the U.S. in 2022, more details are now available: the first electric model the group will produce in Alabama will be the Genesis GV70 EV, starting in early 2022. Meanwhile, Hyundai has released a first teaser image of its Seven concept car.
The Allane Mobility Group (formerly Sixt Leasing SE) has received a funding commitment of up to 11.4 million euros from the German Federal Ministry of Transport for the marketing of up to 800 new Hyundai Nexo vehicles to leasing customers as part of a cooperation with Hyundai.
Hyundai is recalling some examples of its Nexo fuel cell SUV in the U.S. due to a possible hydrogen leak. The recall stems from an incident in South Korea when a 2019 Nexo caught fire at a hydrogen refueling station.
Hyundai has postponed the launch of the new generation of its fuel cell SUV Nexo, according to a South Korean media report - due to problems with fuel cell development.