Hyundai and Kia are both working to release electric SUV concepts through the following week. Respectively, the Ioniq 7 is close in size to the Palisade SUV while the Kia EV9 resembles the Telluride. Either EV SUV is looking to be built on Hyundai Motor Group’s E-GMP electric platform. The lineup keeps growing while Kia also promises about 11 different electric vehicles to come through by 2026 and the Hyundai 23 by 2025. Each brand is teasing EV SUVs in a conceptual form.
The Ioniq 7 is very similar to the Ioniq 5 while showcasing the interior with cozy lights. The EV is likely to have a seven-seater such as the Telluride and Palisade. Either company has a new electric lineup with a numeric naming scheme. In which case the two SUVs are able to operate with a possible single-motor powertrain. Or even a dual-motor setup providing all-wheel drive. The Kia EV6 allows for two battery packs that can pack up about 300 miles of range. In 2022, there was a production model that could go on sale not long after. These electric vehicles definitely gave off a strength unlike any other.
The electric vehicles are looking to have a numeric naming scheme, as well as follow through with all the models in the Hyundai and Kia models.
The E-GMP electric platform seems to be the go-to for what electric vehicles these days may need. But in which case, Hyundai and Kia had the integrity that is necessary for business to boom in electric vehicles. Certainly, when you take a look at the Ioniq 7 and the EV6, these production models will definitely be incredible for anyone who is looking towards entering the electric vehicles’ revolution. And that isn’t something to take lightly. What you must understand is that when they debut, the news will surely send a shockwave of excitement.