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CATL To Power Beijing Hyundai Electric Models With CTP Technology

Chinese battery manufacturing giant–Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited (CATL) is all set to power Beijing Hyundai’s Electric Vehicle Projects with its advanced Cell-To-Pack (CTP) technology. The two companies recently also signed an agreement in this regard at the Auto China 2024. Per the agreement, CATL will cooperate for Beijing Hyundai’s EV projects. It will also […]

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Hyundai, Kia Plan To Launch India-Made EVs Till 2025

Hyundai Motor Group Executive Chair Euisun Chung in his recent visits to India shared mid-to long-term mobility strategic commitments to deliver a major manufacturing advance in India. With the establishment of an annual production system of 1.5 million vehicle units for Hyundai Motor India and Kia India combined. Kia India will also start production of […]

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Hyundai-Kia Signs MoU With Exide Energy For India EV Batteries

South Korea-based auto companies Hyundai Motor Company (HMC) and Kia Corporation have announced a partnership with India’s Exide Energy Solutions Ltd to make electric vehicle batteries in the country. The companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) regarding manufacturing the EV batteries in India, reported news agency Reuters. According to the report, the South […]

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Hyundai, Kia To Recall 1,70,000 EVs Over Software Issue In South Korea: Report

Hyundai Motor Co and sister company Kia Corp have announced that they will recall about 170,000 electric vehicles (EVs) in South Korea over problems with software in the charging systems, reported news agency Reuters quoting South Korea’s transport ministry. “Hyundai Motor and Kia will take prompt actions to prevent customer inconvenience and will continue to […]

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Hyundai, Iveco Collaborate To Supply Electric Commercial Vehicle To Europe

Hyundai Motor and Iveco Group recently signed a supply agreement for IVECO-badged all-electric light commercial vehicles. This agreement is undertaken to supply electric vehicle for Europe based on Hyundai’s Global e-LCV platform. Through this agreement, the new vehicle will join Iveco Group’s electric light commercial vehicle lineup, enhancing the group’s LCV portfolio alongside the IVECO […]

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7 Top Automakers In JV to Accelerate Electric Vehicle Charging in North America

Seven prominent global automakers – BMW Group, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes-Benz Group, and Stellantis NV – are forming a joint venture (JV) to expedite the shift to electric vehicle in North America, to enhance the convenience, accessibility, and reliability of EV charging. The joint venture will encompass the creation of a new high-powered […]

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Hyundai Plans To Launch Five EV Models In India By 2032

South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai Motor Group has planned to launch five electric car models in India by the end of 2032. It also planned to increase its charging infrastructure in the country to boost electric mobility in the country, the company said in a statement.  The company revealed the information during the visit of […]

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Hyundai to Install 10 Ultra Fast EV Charging Stations on Key Highways

Ace automaker Hyundai has said that the company plans to install 10 ultra-fast charging stations for electric mobility in the country to enable seamless movement and greater adoption of electric vehicles. In a key development, Hyundai and ChargeZone – Hyundai’s partner – have mounted two DC ultra-fast EV charging stations on two different highways of […]

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BMW & Solid Power Partnership For Solid-State Battery Technology

Automakers are exploring the possibilities of enhancing battery technology seeking a fit with the growing expectations of the EV industry. Solid-state battery is one such technology that can disrupt the existing power storage market for EVs. As per some forecasts, the Solid-state battery market size will reach $13.15 billion by 2030 from $805 million in […]

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