Hyundai aims to become a completely electric brand in the majority of countries by 2040, and the company's entire worldwide operations will be powered by renewable energy just five years later.
During the following two decades, Hyundai will also introduce dozens of new electric cars. Hyundai has recently teased the Ioniq7 on Twitter with a new video.
The Ioniq 7 will be Hyundai's flagship all-electric SUV. The Ioniq 5 will be joined by the Ioniq 6 sedan next year, and the Ioniq 7 will sit above it.
The Ioniq7 will very certainly be built on an extended version of the E-GMP architecture. Three rows of seats and a huge 100-kWh battery pack will be available in the high-riding EV.
The Ioniq 7 will be able to go up to 483 kilometers on a single charge. According to rumors, power will be supplied by two electric motors with a combined output of 308 horsepower.
The Ioniq 7 will be equipped with Highway Driving Pilot technology, which will first appear on the next-generation Genesis G90 and will enable Level 3 autonomous capabilities.
The Ioniq 7 will be one of Hyundai's most technologically sophisticated automobiles when it goes on sale in 2024.