Hyundai Grandeur EV to be launched in 2023
Talking about electric vehicles in 21st century, people are exicited about it. As it was harder to find EV in city some years back but now the scenario have been changed, we can see atleast one electric vehicle in every community. This is one of the drastic change that automobile industry has seen so far. People are being more concious about environment, engine combustion vehicles and effects made by those engine in terms of pollution and other factors dur to which many people are moving towards the green operated electric vehicles which is said to have zero emission and saves the environment. Which is why people are shifting towards electric vehicles all over the world.
Many manufacturer in automobile industry are moving to an electric manufacturer and started competing in electric vehicle production and performance. Hyundai is one of the most heard name in electric segment as it have been producing many electric vehicles in mainly budget segment also it have entered high budget segment to in latest days. Today in this article we will be digging in into the amazing Hyundai grandeur EV and its aspects like design, performance, safety and others.
Design of Hyundai Grandeur EV
A report on Korean Car Blog cited an industry source saying that Hyundai would like to see the design influence of its next flagship product from the first-generation Grandeur (now that it has defined Genesis as a luxury sub-brand, the Grandeur can regain its throne). The report alludes to a retro-futuristic design formula, evidenced by spy shots that have since surfaced at South Korean car forums.
For example, the original Grandeur had the rear side glass panel removed, which appeared in the Grandeur Heritage Concept and was carried over to the new Hyundai Grandeur. In addition, the Grandeur EV’s rear light elements should take the form of their ancestors, but are only finished with LEDs.
The next-generation Hyundai Grandeur features retro-styled sedan styling on the side with square windows and old-fashioned rear glass, as seen in this test prototype.
At the front, Hyundai relies on an innovative design influenced by the Staria. Informal digital sketches suggest a continuous light bar (“welcome lights”), a large grille with hexagonal structures, and rectangular daytime running lights surrounding the headlights.
The flanks of the 2023 model have a more mature look, in contrast to the sporty and dynamic design of the sixth-generation Grandeur. Spy images (neighbor’s view) aim to make the car look like a traditional sedan, with a flat roofline, straight waistline, vertical rear quarter glass and angular windows. suggesting. The next-generation model has a taller, flatter roof, which requires extra headroom in the rear.
Judging by the spy photos, the back has a minimalist design for a representative look. Gotcha Cars renders show a sportier rear end for next-gen grandeur. It features noticeably thinner full-width taillights, a ducktail spoiler, model lettering in block letters below the taillights, and thinner fog and reverse lights below the bumper. Thanks to the hidden exhaust pipes, the design is compatible with the zero-emission all-electric variant.
Interior of Hyundai Grandeur EV
The latest spy shot of the interior of the next-generation Hyundai Grandeur, released on KCB (via AutoSpy), has revealed a few details about the upcoming sedan. The three-spoke steering wheel is reminiscent of his 1986 Hyundai Grandeur (pictured below), but with backlit touch capacitive controls for a modern character. The highlight, though, has to be the triple-screen layout, which is fairly similar to what Audi and Land Rover drivers are accustomed to.
The 2023 Hyundai Grandeur has plenty of digital options. Two large screens, a digital instrument cluster and a touchscreen infotainment system, are housed in one black panel. The screen block appears to be upright and not tilted towards the driver like many EVs these days do. An atmospheric strip of light positioned below the infotainment screen and transitioning into the passenger area gives the cabin a luxurious and futuristic look in photos.
Features of Hyundai Grandeur EV
The start/stop push button is located below the screen and behind the steering wheel, with a rectangular vent on the right side. The central screen will likely offer navigation, audio and smartphone compatibility, while the driver display will show key driving information such as range, battery status and ADAS features.
The biggest novelty is the third touchscreen located at the bottom near the center console. Instead of physical buttons for climate control and seat adjustment, Hyundai has integrated the setup into this rectangular touchscreen. The screen appears to have controls for adjusting seat settings, temperature control, fan speed, and more. Below this screen are three USB Type-C ports. There’s a lighted pocket under the port, but I’m not sure if that’s a wireless charging deck or just a storage area.
The Hyundai Grandeur EV should have all the features available in premium Hyundai’s such as the Ioniq5 and Palisade. These features may include a rear entertainment screen with Harmon Kardon speakers, temperature-controlled cup holders, air cleaner, heads-up display and three-zone climate control. A render from Korean portal- Hitekro shows his third display of his HVAC controls.
Magic roof of Hyundai Grandeur EV
Hyundai plans to use “Magic Roof”, a glass roof with electrochromic shading instead of roller blinds, for its next-generation Grandeur. This technology allows the transparency of the glass roof to be changed, thus altering the amount of direct sunlight entering the cabin from above. This benefit is added to the improved headroom (because there are no roller blinds).
Rear seats of Hyundai Grandeur EV
Hyundai plans to offer an ultra-luxury version with individual rear seats that receive power adjustments and leg rests. The middle seat had a folding work surface and the backrest had a mini-fridge for champagne bottles. The rear seats can be folded like the Ioniq 5.
Safety of Hyundai Grandeur EV
In terms of safety, the new Grandeur should have FCA (Forward Collision Avoidance Assist), Lane Departure Warning, BCA (Blind Spot Collision Avoidance Assist) and a surround view camera.
Sales of Hyundai Grandeur
The Grandeur is a legend in the Korean car market and the launch of the Grandeur EV will be a standout moment. Hyundai’s best-selling Hyundai in the domestic market over the past five years (via mk.co.kr), in 2021 Hyundai recorded total sales of 89,084 units. The car once again ranked Hyundai’s number one in terms of sales over the past year, but sales have fallen significantly since 2020. A complete redesign should bring sales back to his six figures in 2023.
Strategy of Hyundai for EV
Hyundai aims to sell 1.87 million electric vehicles annually by 2030 and achieve a 7% share of the global electric vehicle market by 2030, said president and CEO Jang Jae-hoon. He made the announcement at the company’s 2022 CEO Investor Day on March 2, 2022.Three of Hyundai’s upcoming 11 EVs are sedans, one of which could be a Grandeur EV.
The exact specs of the new Grandeur are a mystery, but we’ll update this page as we learn more!
Release date and pricing of Hyundai Grandeur EV
Hyundai Grandeur Electric could go on sale in 2023. Gasoline and hybrid variants will come before EVs. The Grandeur EV will be priced at $50,000 at launch according to international reports being circulated in twitter.
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