As electric vehicles (EVs) continue to take the world by storm, many companies are announcing plans to go completely electric in the years to come.
Hyundai’s luxury brand, Genesis, released a new teaser video on Tuesday debuting its upcoming EV, the GV60 sedan, alongside the announcement that all of its vehicles will be all-electric by 2025, according to a press release.
The teaser video also showed a number concept EVs, and includes details on the Korean company’s plans to completely electrify its entire vehicle lineup, with plans to become 100 percent zero-emission by 2030, and to reach carbon neutrality as a company by 2035.
The Genesis GV60 is based on the company’s E-GMP (Electric-Global Modular Platform), on which it will build its upcoming EVs.
Chief Creative Officer of Genesis Luc Donckerwolke said, “Our new electric lineup is the perfect platform to increase our interface with our customers.” Donckerwolke continued, “We aim to interact with all their senses. Our new architecture will integrate audacious technologies with breathtaking designs while providing sincere detail-oriented experiences. Warm and exquisite care will be our differentiator.”
The news also comes just a day after Japanese company Subaru announced plans for an electric future, as well as the 2023 Subaru Solterra EV, along with a wide range of companies that traditionally made vehicles with internal combustion engines (ICEs) that are switching to electric platforms.