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Hyundai To Invest $85.4 Billion To Become Smart Mobility Provider

South Korean automaker to dedicate $30.7 billion to EVs, with plans to develop 13 new models and establish dedicated factories.

Hyundai Motors unveiled a plan to invest 109.6 trillion won ($85.4 billion) over the next ten years to transform into a “smart mobility solution provider.” 

“ A significant portion of this investment, 35.8 trillion won, will be dedicated to electrification efforts to achieve annual electric vehicle sales of 2 million units by 2030,” said The Hyundai Representative

The South Korean automaker revealed its intention to develop a second-generation dedicated EV platform for 13 models until 2030. 

Hyundai also plans to establish dedicated EV factories while leveraging its existing internal combustion engine plants. 

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Hyundai/Kia Motors twin towers headquarters buildings in Seoul, Korea.  The construction of Hyundai’s first dedicated EV factory in Georgia is underway, with production expected to begin in the second half of 2024 and an annual capacity of 300,000 vehicles. AFP PHOTO/ PARK JI-HWAN/AFP via Getty Images

The construction of Hyundai’s first dedicated EV factory in Georgia is underway, with production expected to begin in the second half of 2024 and an annual capacity of 300,000 vehicles. 

“Additionally, we will start mass production at its 2-trillion-won EV factory in Korea in 2025, said the Hyundai representative

Hyundai has great expectations with the aim to maintain an average annual investment of around 11 trillion won until 2032. However, investment amounts in 2024 and 2025 may exceed 12 trillion won due to the emphasis on electrification. 

While funding will be equally allocated between combustion engines and future technologies in the next three years, Hyundai anticipates a gradual decrease in investment for internal combustion engines starting from 2026. 

The company projects a 10% profitability rate for EVs by 2030.

“In 2022, had an operating profit of 9.8 trillion won, a significant increase from 2.4 trillion won in 2020. In the first quarter of this year, Hyundai experienced an 86.3% year-on-year jump in operating profit to 3.59 trillion won,” said the Company

To address global supply challenges, Hyundai plans to expand local production of EVs. In the United States, the company aims to increase the localization rate by raising the proportion of EVs to 75% from the current 0.7%. Additionally, Hyundai’s two U.S. battery joint ventures will start operations in 2025.

 

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Edited by Judy J. Rotich and Virginia Van Zandt

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