- Hyundai and Kia will launch a new electric SUV concept next week.
- Hyundai Ioniq 7 should be close to Palisade SUV, Kia EV9 should be like Telluride.
- Both EV SUVs will be built on Hyundai Motor Group’s new E-GMP electric platform.
Update on November 11, 21: Kia shared more pictures of the EV9 concept car, which have been added below.
Hyundai Motor Group’s electric vehicle lineup is constantly growing. Kia promised to launch 11 new electric vehicles by 2026 and 23 by 2025. Both brands have shown their next-generation EV SUVs in concept form, and both will be unveiled soon. The Kia EV9 concept car will be a large SUV like the Telluride 10Meilleur, which will be unveiled at 3 a.m. EST on November 11, while the Ioniq 7 concept car will be unveiled at the show at 12:55 pm EST on November 17 . .
A silhouette, We can see that EV9 will have a square shape similar to telluride. The image of Ioniq 7 shows that it has a similar shape to Ioniq 5, with lounge-like interiors and comfortable lighting elements. It is not clear whether the new electric car will be seven-seater like telluride and fence, but we will learn more about it next week. The company’s new electric product lineup will have multiple naming schemes, and these SUVs will join the existing Kia EV6 and Hyundai Ioniq 5 models, both of which have quirky and futuristic shapes.
These SUVs will share the iteration of the group’s E-GMP electric platform and are expected to provide a single-engine power system or a dual-engine configuration with all-wheel drive. Kia EV6 and Hyundai Ioniq 5 and other promised electric vehicles use shared electric platforms and provide single-motor and dual-motor configurations. Kia EV6 has two batteries, which can provide up to 300 miles of cruising range.
When we learn more about the concept soon, please come back here to learn more about the latest electric cars from Kia and Hyundai. Mass-produced models may make their debut in 2022 and go on sale shortly thereafter.