Production could begin early next year.
The electric GV70 would arrive ahead of the GV60.
More EVs are expected to be produced in Alabama before long.
The all-new Genesis GV70 has received nothing but praise this year and it looks as though more will be coming its way next year. A report states that Genesis, of the Hyundai Auto Group, will assemble its first fully-electric production vehicle for North America at their Alabama plant, and as early as the beginning of 2022.
Genesis has already confirmed that an electric version of the G80 sedan and the recently-revealed GV60 EV will be sold in the US/North America in the not too distant future. The latter, along with other EVs, may join the GV70 EV in Alabama later on.
The already praised Ioniq 5 as well as the Kia EV6, according to Green Car Reports, could find their way on the same assembly line. The GV60 would follow along with a little later.
Back in May, the Hyundai Auto Group announced that it planned to invest $7.4 billion in the U.S. by 2025 for EV production and other related upgrades.