South Korean automaker Hyundai is known as one of the most innovative brands in the automotive world. Especially in recent years, it has become a company that has managed to satisfy its users by producing various automobiles with modern features. In this direction, while raising their targets every year, they closely follow the trends in the automotive world.
Perhaps the most important and most influential of these trends is the market domination of electric cars. The trend of returning to clean energy is driving many brands to hybrid or full electric car production. So much so that some brands are planning to renew their car inventories with completely electric cars. According to the rumours in the media, Hyundai seems to be one of these brands.
According to Reuters, Hyundai wants to halve the number of internal combustion models that use fossil fuels, depending on its latest plans. The expanding market share of electric vehicles and the behaviour of the customer base may have been the main factors behind this decision. Perhaps one of the brand's most radical goals is to switch all car models in its inventory to the EV type by 2040.
Considering the investments made by the brand, the qualities of the EV type cars Hyundai creates and the current course of the automotive market, we can say that this decision is logical. The increasing electric vehicle potential of the Asian market and the fact that Europe has taken important steps in this regard are other proofs of how right Hyundai is in taking this decision.