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News New Hyundai EV Headed to Frankfurt Motor Show

New Hyundai EV Headed to Frankfurt Motor Show

Hyundai is headed to the Frankfurt Motor Show with a new electric vehicle prototype.

Hyundai will be busy at next month’s Frankfurt Motor Show. The Korean automaker plans to unveil a new electric vehicle, an electric race car, and a new Hyundai i10. The EV concept is the one that really has us interested. No details have been provided about the new electric vehicle just yet so we are not sure what to expect, but a new compact to rival the Nissan LEAF and Chevrolet Bolt would make sense.

Hyundai already has the Kona EV and IONIQ EV, but the first has made more of a splash than the latter. Hyundai might be looking to bring some of the electric Kona’s mojo to the electric car segment. The Kona is more of an electric crossover.

Hyundai has said that the EV concept will be built around the Style Set Free philosophy that has directed recent Hyundai creations and aims to personalize the vehicle to the driver’s style. Expect a lot of futuristic technology, a lot of range, and advanced battery technology with some kind of quick charging capability.

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