Hyundai Candidate to Become the Industry Leader in Electric Cars

Hyundai Candidate to Become the Industry Leader in Electric Cars
Hyundai Candidate to Become the Industry Leader in Electric Cars

Hyundai grew by 74.661 percent, selling 28 electric cars in the first two months of the year. In addition, according to ACEA data, the market share of the brand in Europe increased to 4.6 percent. Hyundai also showed a great performance, remaining below the EU target with 108,0 g of emissions.

Hyundai is one step closer to achieving full carbon neutrality by 2045. Offering a superior driving pleasure to its users with both the comfortable models it produces and the technologies it develops, Hyundai has started to reach the top in the sales of its zero-emission vehicles. Responding in the fastest way to the ever-increasing demand for electric cars, Hyundai sold 2022 vehicles in the first two months of 74.661, an increase of 2021 percent compared to February 102.

Attracting all the attention especially with KONA Electric and IONIQ 5, Hyundai has added hybrid versions to its strong and growing model portfolio. Hyundai increased its market share to 2021 percent, showing an increase of 28,8 percent compared to the same period of 4.6. Hyundai not only surpassed its own sales performance year-on-year, but also outperformed the industry trend.

In the first two months of the year, the most popular Hyundai model in Europe was TUCSON, accounting for 29,3 percent of sales. 21,4 percent of the sales were made by KONA and the remaining 11,1 percent with the i20 model. Currently, Hyundai's flagship in Europe, BEV models, account for 10,3 percent of sales.

While Hyundai continues to sell its electric models with hybrid and fully electric KONA in Turkey, it will add the IONIQ 5 model to its current product range in the very near future.

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