modernHigh-end luxury brand Genesis announced that from 2025, it will only launch electric vehicles on the market.
- Genesis aims to be carbon neutral by 2035
- The first Genesis EV launched globally this year
- The future Genesis EV may be based on the E-GMP platform
Genesis’ electrification plan
As the market launches All-electric G80 sedan with GV60 crossover In 2022, the brand will “focus on a dual electrification strategy involving fuel cells and pure electric vehicles” and launch its final internal combustion engine vehicle in 2030.
Genesis itself has not sold hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, but the parent company Hyundai Motor currently sells hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. Nexo crossover, And promised that hydrogen will continue to play a central role in its electrification strategy in the next few years. So Genesis will naturally follow suit.
Genesis recently launched the GV60 as its first customized electric car.It shares its E-GMP platform with Hyundai Ioniq 5 with Kia EV6, Which is different from G80 Electrified, which is Fuel-burning G80Architecture.
In addition to the 2025 target, Genesis also seeks to be fully carbon neutral by 2035; becoming the first Hyundai group brand to set a deadline for achieving this target. It will innovate its entire value chain and change the way it purchases and manufactures raw materials, vehicles and parts in all facilities.
Currently, the brand has four models on sale globally (G80, GV80, G70 with GV70) And four more are in preparation ( G70 shooting brake, GV60, G80 electrification and undisclosed EV). Its all-electric product line will eventually include eight independent models, and Genesis plans to sell 4,00,000 vehicles per year.
Genesis finds SUV for India
As we reported in 2019, Genesis is Want to enter the Indian market, The first model will be an SUV. The brand currently has two SUVs on sale in the global market-the GV80 and the Hyundai Tucson-based GV70-although it is unclear which may be the first to arrive.
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