The widest range of electrified vehicles in Europe.

Hyundai's European fleet includes 15 electrified models and derivatives.  They cover every type of electrified powertrain, ranging from mild hybrid to battery-electric and even hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. 


Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid.

From 48V mild-hybrid technology in diesel and petrol cars to advanced plug-in hybrids, almost our entire range offers an electrified option.

Battery electric vehicles.

From the launch of the first IONIQ range in 2016, the groundbreaking KONA Electric in 2018 and now our revolutionary IONIQ 5, Hyundai has long been committed to electric mobility

Fuel cell electric vehicles.

NEXO is Hyundai’s second-generation hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle. At IAA Mobility 2021, you can test-drive this innovative vehicle. 



Powertrains explained.

Learn more about the groundbreaking technology keeping you on the move.


You don’t drive electric. You live electric. 

IONIQ, our new line-up brand exclusive for electric vehicles, has been designed for conscious consumers that want to be in charge of a brighter, more sustainable future. With IONIQ, accessibility, sustainability, and style are combined to create cars that meet all our needs, with no compromise.

Sustainable. Revolutionary. Electric.

All vehicles built on our new electric platform will share one name: IONIQ. Starting with IONIQ 5, this new line-up will be the essence of sustainable mobility and electrifying driving pleasure. 

I'm in charge.

IONIQ allows everyone to freely choose their way of life while remaining aware of our impact on the environment. Join the movement.

Just the begining

Electrification of the entire Hyundai line-up.

Our electrified line-up continues to expand to provide a flexible range of powertrains and options to suit your lifestyle. We already offer the broadest range of electrified SUV's and are taking steps to ensure our entire line-up boasts an electrified alternative.


The first model under the IONIQ brand is the IONIQ 5 midsize CUV, based on the concept EV ‘45’, which Hyundai unveiled at IAA 2019. 


In 2022, Hyundai will introduce the IONIQ 6 sedan, based on our latest concept EV ‘Prophecy’; followed by IONIQ 7, a large SUV in early 2024. 





Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP).

E-GMP, our new electric only platform, enables faster charging, increased driving range, more interior space and better handling.

Electrified models

Discover our range.

Whether you are ready for a fully electric car or want to take your first step towards electrification with a hybrid or plug-in hybrid: Our extensive range is sure to match your expectations.


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