Hyundai celebrates 2021 as a record year

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Hyundai celebrates 2021 as a record year-record

Despite a general decline in demand, Hyundai ended the year 2021 in Europe with interesting sales results. The company last year 515.886 units in Europe, an increase of 21.6 percent compared to 2020. Hyundai was able to increase its market share by one percentage point to 4.4 percent.

Electrified vehicles made a larger proportion of sales than ever: 35 percent of the Hyundai vehicles sold in Europe had an alternative powertrain, which includes hybrid, plug-in hybrid, battery electrical and fuel cell vehicles. This corresponds to an increase of 77 percent compared to the previous year. Of these were 72.509 vehicles completely emission-free, so battery electrical or via fuel cell on the way. They accounted for 14.1 percent of sales in Europe.

In addition to a market share of 4.4 percent throughout Europe, Hyundai 2021 also achieved record market shares in Germany, Spain, Italy, France and the United Kingdom. In Germany, Hyundai models made 4.1 percent of all cars sold, half a percentage point more than in the previous year, also a new record. This corresponded to 106.620 new registrations in Germany.

Sales with E vehicles increased by 77 percent

Sales with electrified vehicles in Europe rose by 77 percent in 2021 compared to the previous year. Last year Hyundai sold a total of 182.437 electrified models in Europe. The Tucson Hybrid was 43.792 units sold the best-selling electrified Hyundai model in Europe, the Kona Electric leads with 44.069 units sold the list of best-selling emission-free Hyundai vehicles. The newly introduced IoniQ 5 was also very well received. He already makes more than 3.7 percent of total sales. 2022 will bring Hyundai to market with the Ioniq 6, a battery electrical sedan, the second model of its E-Auto series. The increase in the proportion of emission-free and emission-free vehicles is part of the Hyundai strategy to reach CO2 neutrality by 2045.

The E-Auto paragraph of the Hyundai brand is also running worldwide with 120.523 pure electric cars well. Compared 2020, sales of e-cars increased by 20 percent, while the sales volume overall increased only almost four percent. Seen worldwide, 2021 of Hyundai Ioniq 5 was the bestseller, with good 66.000 pieces in 2021.

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2 thoughts on “Hyundai celebrates 2021 as a record year”

  1. Congratulations Hyundai.
    It is nice to hear from an OEM, which despite the chip crisis, his electric division upright or. could even expand without hearing an excuse for his instead sold burners.

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  2. Hmm ..
    These are so many unimportant numbers, since you can read almost nothing relevant from it.
    Overall market and hybrid are not interested in the pages here in fact.
    But for BEV there is either Kona in a piece or Ioniq 5 in sales. Then again purely electric total, but not compared to the previous year.
    Kia is missing completely.
    Hmm …

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