While some still firmly support the value of traditional cars, international automotive brands are making historic strides: Hyundai will sell only electric cars in Norway from 1 January 202312 years before the 2035 border chosen by Europe.
Hyundai Motor Norway has therefore announced that it will only sell electric cars from January 1, 2023, so the future for the Korean company, which is in Norway, came from today. has grown steadily over the past 8 yearscombines outstanding results. The brand has been present in the Norwegian electricity market with the launch of IONIQ since 2016. KONA and IONIQ 5 have arrivedNow is the time to open up new space for the IONIQ 6 sedan, one of the world’s most aerodynamic electrics we’ve seen in Milan. We also remember that Hyundai recently presented the new KONA Electric with a completely revised and corrected design.
After the launch of KONA Electric was enough to garner 8,000 bookings instantly at the time, Hyundai was absolutely convinced of its possibilities. The IONIQ 5 changed things even further while raising the price bar: In 2022 it was classified as: Fifth best selling car in Norway. Hyundai has also focused on the TUCSON Plug-in Hybrid and the SANTA FE Plug-in Hybrid, but these days the last models will be sold, then the end of combustion engines will come.
Thomas RosvoldGeneral Manager of Hyundai Motor Norway said: We have great confidence in our model portfolio and now that we have launched the all-new IONIQ 6, it is time to focus on selling only 100% electric cars in the Norwegian market. The IONIQ 5 and KONA Electric have long established themselves as the most popular cars on the market and we are confident that our electric vehicles will continue to be successful in the future.”.
Source: Every Eye