This week the Korean brand Hyundai announced the expansion of its "green" vehicle offering to 10 models starting in 2022. Among them are, of course, plug-in hybrids and 100% electric vehicles. And also a model powered by hydrogen cells that, according to company executives, is a technology in which they continue to believe for the future, although the industry seems to be moving more toward purely electric cars.
Among Hyundai's 10 "green" vehicles are seven SUVs (the Tucson and Santa Fe, both hybrid and plug-in, the Kona and Ioniq 5 electric, and the hydrogen cell nexus) and three compact cars or sedans (the hybrid versions of the Elantra and Sonata, and the all-electric Ioniq 6).
Tucson, Santa Fe, Elantra and Sonata are vehicles that are already on the market and will launch revamped models in 2021. But both Ioniqs will be brand new cars. In the case of Hyundai's hydrogen cell car, the Nexo, the model presented in 2019 remains practically the same. In addition, Hyundai has enhanced its free maintenance and warranty program that includes
- 10 year or 10,000 mile warranty on transmission system. 5 years or 60,000 miles on the rest of the engine and 7 years of anti-body piercing warranty.
- Oil changes and wheel rotation for the first three years or 36,000 miles.
Source: La Opinión