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Hyundai unveils its electrification plan by 2022

Hyundai unveils its electrification plan by 2022 The big news will be the two products of the Ioniq sub-brand, the Ioniq 5 SUV and the Ioniq 6 sedan

 Hyundai's busy week is in full swing.  Last Monday, Hyundai unveiled its plans for its N and N Line product lines.  The 2022 Tucson for the North American market was also discovered, and confirmation received that the Santa Cruz pickup will be ready next year.  Yesterday, the Korean firm gave us a glimpse of what lies ahead in electrification by 2022.

 The least that can be said is that she will not skimp, as she plans to expand her family of electrified vehicles to 10 units.  Of the lot, two new models will come under the new Ioniq sub-brand, including an SUV.  Earlier this year, Hyundai launched the brand, which will be used to house the group’s electrical proposals.  The Ioniq 5, Ioniq 6, and Ioniq 7 models were even promised, with the odd-numbered SUVs, the even-numbered model a car.

           Hyundai 45 prototype.           

 The first to arrive in 2021 will be the Ioniq 5. According to Hyundai, it is a mid-size SUV based on the Hyundai 45 concept. The Ioniq 6 will be inspired by the Prophecy concept, a sedan.  cut and flamboyant style.  The other model will obviously follow, which should take the form of a larger SUV.  It will likely reach us after 2022, as it does not appear on the image showing the upcoming models that has been shared by the company.

 Hyundai Prophecy Prototype

 The information unveiled by Hyundai yesterday also confirms the presence of plug-in hybrid versions of the Tucson and Santa Fe SUVs. We already had a good idea that these two models were in the plans, but Hyundai was hesitant to confirm their presence in North America.  Their presence at the heart of this presentation confirms that we should expect both to go on sale here by 2022.

 “We are not only developing the vehicles our customers need now, we are also considering intelligent mobility solutions to meet the urgent environmental and transportation needs of the future.  Ultimately, this full spectrum of new technologies will promote a planet-friendly, emissions-free ecosystem as part of our overall vision “Progress for Humanity”, ”said Olabisi Boyle, vice president of product planning  and the mobility strategy at Hyundai North America.

 One thing is certain, we won't be bored over the next couple of years with what Hyundai has in store for us.

 Hyundai 45 prototype, rear