New Delhi. The popularity of electric vehicles is increasing rapidly in India. The government also helps in promoting this segment. Keeping this in mind, Hyundai is going to be electrified in the country. Giving information about the company’s plans, Hyundai India recently said that in the coming times, its company is planning to increase its electric portfolio and hold its hold in the electric vehicle segment in the country.
Will launch 6 new electric vehicles by 2028
Currently, Hyundai has only one electric car in the Indian market, the Kona EV. In such a situation, the company aims to increase its electric vehicle lineup. For this, the company will launch 6 new electric vehicles in the country by 2028.
Aadhaar to become e-GMP platform
In the coming years, Hyundai will also launch its brand new platform E-GMP (Electric Global Modular Platform) to capture the electric vehicle segment in the country. Based on this, the company will develop electric vehicles for Indian customers, so that the company can reach a large section of the market. A powerful battery of 77.4kWh will be used in this platform. Along with this, the vehicles will also get a top speed of 260 kmph.
Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
Apart from adding electric vehicles to its lineup, the company will also work towards developing the electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the country and will also make necessary plans for the same. Under this project, the company aims to enhance home charging facilities, install public charging stations, install charging points at Hyundai dealerships and provide 24×7 roadside assistance.