Hyundai sees sales of 2,000 electric cars
Hyundai Motor Group’s vice chairman, Yang Woong-chul, met with reporters in Frankfurt, Germany, on Wednesday.
Noting that Hyundai Motor’s electric vehicle, BlueOn, has been distributed to government agencies here, the TAM will be the first commercial electric vehicle to be sold to the Korean public. A gasoline-fueled version of the TAM will also be available.
Yang added that while the group’s flagship Hyundai Motor Co. will focus on developing plug-in hybrid vehicles, Kia Motors will concentrate on developing electric vehicles.
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