- Despite most car manufacturers fearing falling demand, Hyundai and Kia are popping champagne corks as they report robust numbers for their electric car models.
- The secret to their success? Offering a variety of EV models and putting an emphasis on sustainable mobility.
- Several reports suggest that Hyundai and Kia are witnessing a surge in EV sales in the European markets.
- Hyundai saw a sales increase of 58% in the first half of the year, while Kia’s numbers went up by an astonishing 165%.
- With these impressive figures, Kia and Hyundai are not only retaining their EV customers but also gaining new ones rapidly.
In the tumultuous wide world of whirling wheels and whispering windshields, while many car manufacturers have their gears grinding in worry of declining demand, our Korean buddies, Hyundai and Kia, seem to be cruising down the express lane. Their secret? They’re out here serving up electric cars like pancakes at a Sunday brunch.
These Korean powerhouses are literally “current” in the trend, riding the lightning bolt of e-mobility with gusto. They’re juggling an electric circus of models in the market, keeping the car-savvy Europeans hooked, and well, the European market is eating it up. Hyundai and Kia aren’t just playing eco-friendly, sirs and madams, they’re playing eco-F.R.I.E.N.D.L.Y (if you catch my sitcom reference there).
Beware folks, there’s a Korean wave hitting the automotive industry and it’s electric! Brace yourselves for the ride and don’t forget to plug in your seat belts, because with a 58% and an whooping 165% sales increase for Hyundai and Kia respectively, it appears the future of automobiles just might be spelled K-O-R-E-A.