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Hyundai Motor is committed to contributing to the sustainable future of society, where progress keeps people and communities at heart.

Through Hyundai Motor Europe’s partnership with Healthy Seas, the seas and beaches are being freed of waste. Healthy Seas’ founding partner Aquafil regenerates the nylon parts of the recovered fishing nets, along with other nylon waste, into ECONYL® yarn to create new sustainable products, such as the floor mats in IONIQ 5 and IONIQ 6.

Hyundai is working on expanding EV charging infrastructure across Europe. With Charge myHyundai, customers can charge their EVs in 29 European countries. With electrified solutions like Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X), BEVs can operate and charge external electronic devices, power a house, and feed electricity back into the grid.

Latest news

19.06.2023 Press release

Hyundai Motor Group Supports Busan’s Bid to Host World Expo 2030 with Fleet of ‘Busan’ Branded EVs in Paris

Hyundai is supporting the ambition of Korea’s second city Busan to host the World Expo 2030 with the provision of a fleet of electric vehicles during the BIE General Assembly.

15.06.2023 Press release

Plug & Charge with Charge myHyundai makes EV charging more convenient and secure

Hyundai Motor has started to roll out its first models equipped with Plug & Charge, saving customers time and effort thanks to automated authentication.

26.05.2023 Press release

Hyundai Motor Group and LG Energy Solution to Establish Battery Cell Manufacturing Joint Venture in the U.S.

Hyundai Motor Group and LG Energy Solution announced an EV battery cell manufacturing joint venture in the U.S. today.

17.04.2023 Press release

Charge myHyundai reaches major milestone with 500,000 charging points across Europe

Hyundai Motor Europe’s Charge myHyundai now offers more than 500,000 charging points in 30 countries throughout Europe.

11.04.2023 Press release

Hyundai Motor Group Announces Investment Plans to Become Top 3 EV Manufacturer by 2030

Hyundai Motor Group today announced its goal to become one of the world’s top 3 EV manufacturers by 2030 through the combined sales of Hyundai Motor, Kia and Genesis electric models.


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