Hyundai has announced that from 2035 it plans to suspend sales of SUS-powered cars in Europe and to keep only electric-powered models on offer. In most other markets, the company will make this change by 2040.
This announcement is not surprising, considering the proposal that will be voted on by the European Commission, according to which the sale of cars with internal combustion engines will be banned in the middle of the next decade.
The announcement came at the start of the Munich Motor Show and means that from 2040, Hyundai will become a fully electric brand in most major global markets. The company estimates that by then, electric vehicles will account for 80% of total annual sales after reaching 30% at the end of this decade.
Hyundai has unveiled the Prophecy concept in Munich, announcing a new production model for 2022 in the form of the Ioniq 6 sedan. there will also be a taxi service run without a driver.
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