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Hyundai made this plan considering the craze of electric and SUV cars

South Korean carmaker Hyundai also plans to launch models of some Fully electric cars in the Indian market in the coming years. For this, the…

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South Korean carmaker Hyundai also plans to launch models of some Fully electric cars in the Indian market in the coming years. For this, the company has also created the Ioniq sub-brand.
Given the increasing craze of SUVs and electric cars in India, many car manufacturers are launching their new cars in the Indian market. Recently many companies launched their SUV cars here and some will be launched in the coming days. In this series, South Korean carmaker Hyundai is also planning to launch models of some fully electric cars in the Indian market in the coming years. For this, the company has also created the Ioniq sub-brand.

Plans to launch 16 electric cars
According to the report, Hyundai is working on plans to launch 16 Fully Electric models in the market by 2025. Under this plan, Hyundai has also created the Ioniq sub-brand for Battery Electric Vehicles / BEVs. Apart from the electric car, Hyundai is also planning to launch EVs including mini SUVs in India. According to media reports, the company may launch the Electric Cross-over Utility Vehicle (CUV) by the year 2023. Its price is likely to be around 10 lakh rupees.

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Hyundai Verna’s entry level ‘E’
Hyundai recently launched its sedan car Hyundai Verna in India
Launched the new entry level model ‘E’. Its ex-showroom price is 9.03 lakh rupees. Talking about the features of this car, it has Indicator Mounted ORVMs, Halogen Headlamps and 15 Inch Steel Wheels. In addition, features such as power windows, front and rear center armrests, adjustable front seat headrests, analog technometers are also provided.

Audi will also launch affordable SUV
Luxury car manufacturer Audi is going to launch its new and affordable SUV car in India. It will be launched under the name Audi Q2. Audi Q2 will be launched in India on 16 October. Apart from being affordable, it is also the smallest car in the Q series. Its length is 4190 mm, width 1749 mm and height 1508 mm. Let us know that this 5th Audi car will be launched in India this year. Earlier, the company has launched 4 models in India.

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Mercedes-Benz also launched electric SUV
Let us know that recently the German company Mercedes-Benz launched the electric SUV car ‘EQC’ in India. It costs 99.30 lakh rupees. It is a fully battery-powered electric SUV.








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