Hyundai will replace the i10 City Car with two electric cars

Hyundai will replace the i10 City Car with two electric cars.

Hyundai is working on the production of not just one car, but two smaller electric cars which in 2024 will replace the current i10 City Car.

The Korean automaker is also building a direct replacement for the i10, as well as a crossover SUV based on the same underpinnings.

It is not known what platform they will share, as Hyundai’s bespoke EV architecture called E-GMP, while scalable, is probably not suitable for a vehicle the size of an i10.

The company could develop an entirely new dedicated EV platform for lower-cost vehicles, which it needs to compete with other manufacturers in Europe that have similar models on the road.

The aim to produce small electric cars was confirmed by Andreas-Christoph Hofmann, Hyundai’s head of marketing for Europe, who also stated that the company’s target price for this car is 20,000 euros.

The new small electric car probably won’t make it to the North American market, so it will most likely only be sold in Europe and a few other markets.

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