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Hyundai to Expand Its Eco-focused Product Lines to 13 by 2022

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The following story will be archived in The Auto Channel Green Wheels Archive, which features "green" content for car shoppers and auto enthusiasts who are seeking relevant information about alt-fuels, fuel economy, hybrid vehicles, electric vehicles, fuel-cells, autonomous vehicles, saving our planet, reducing poisonous gasoline exhaust emissions and eliminating our historic need to kiss the asses of countries that hate America and Americans.

• Hyundai will introduce six alternatively-fueled sedans and seven SUVs

• Alternative fuel powertrains include Electric, Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid systems

• Benefitting the U.S. Environment, Hyundai’s green technology leadership and propulsion helps enhance its customers’ lives

ANN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. 7, 2019 – Hyundai today announced its commitment to introduce 13 alternatively fueled vehicles by 2022, including six sedans and seven SUVs. Upcoming highlights from this eco-friendly commitment include a refreshed 2020 Ioniq Electric, Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid to be revealed later this month at the Los Angeles Auto Show. In addition, the all-new Sonata HEV sedan will be coming next year. The remaining nine eco-focused products will be showcased over the next three years.

“As the automotive industry evolves to meet the needs of a diverse customer base and environmentally-aware society, we will continue to provide alternative-propulsion options in a variety of product choices,” said Mike O’Brien, vice president of Product, Corporate and Digital Planning, Hyundai Motor America. “For consumers seeking forward-thinking and eco-friendly personal transportation options, Hyundai’s product line-up meets these criteria and more.”

Hyundai’s commitment to eco-friendly propulsion leads to improved powertrain efficiencies, particulate-matter contributions and an exceptional level of clean air improvements.