When it gets launched, it will become the most affordable SUV model from Hyundai in Europe.
The group will shift its focus towards making electric vehicles and further developing the tech from now on.
By 2025, Hyundai Motor Group wants to introduce 23 EVs and sell 1 million electric cars worldwide.
Having cemented its position in the compact SUV segment, Hyundai has now set its sight on micro SUVs.
Although the EV passenger car segment is very small now, it will gain traction when more mass-market products are launched.
However, to keep costs low, the EV might not support fast charging or have a 800 V architecture.