Hyundai has published delivery dates for electric vehicles

Hyundai is currently available in a variety of trim levels from authorized dealers.


An editor at eMobilCar

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Passenger cars, especially electric vehicles, are currently difficult to buy and delivery times are sometimes very long. However, Hyundai publishes a message with the current waiting time.

Automaker made a bet on electric vehicles earlier than other brands. “Customers can currently choose from several thousand all-electric, hybrid and plug-in hybrid Hyundai models in stores,” the company said in a statement According to the list, all Hyundai currently differ in various configurations from official dealers. Thus, the delivery time for a customized hybrid version of the Kona compact SUV is six months. The new Ioniq 5 battery-powered SUV should be a customer in eight months. Hyundai is bringing together hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions of the Tucson and Santa Fe SUVs in six months.

Custom orders are no longer available for the Ioniq wagon, which is available as a hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and electric vehicle. Cars can only be purchased ready-made from official dealers. This may indicate that Hyundai is phasing out the Ioniq. Starting with the Ioniq 5, new electric vehicles from the South Koreans use the E-GMP platform, specially designed for an alternative type of drive.

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