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26 06 2019 05

With the Kona and the Ioniq, Hyundai already has successful electric cars on offer but both stand on shared platforms with combustion vehicles and hybrids. Now a pure electric vehicle platform is about to be completed, with the prototypes to be ready this year.

Hyundai started developing their first model under the project name NE based on the dedicated Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), according to Korean media reports. The carmaker has further asked several suppliers to supply appropriate parts for a prototype as reported.

The first model, based on the E-GMP platform, will be a compact SUV with a range of around 450 kilometres. Hyundai plans to complete a prototype by December of this year and present the vehicle in June 2020. It scheduled to go into series production in 2021.

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