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  • Executive Chair Chung visits Hyundai Motor India R&D center and facilities to review India market’s growth potential and future business strategy including electrification.
  • India market reached third place in the world automotive sales last year and is expected to sell 5 million passenger cars by 2030.
  • Indian government’s “Make in India” initiative pushes electrification to create EV ecosystem.
  • Hyundai Motor Group focuses on the growth potential of India as a future mobility hub.
  • R&D : accelerating the development of strategic models for the local market and future mobility research capability.
  • Production and sales: preparing for a market leadership through strengthening.
  • SUV offering and expanding EV line-up.
  • Executive Chair Chung meets with Hon’ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu M.K. Stalin to explore collaborative initiatives, including building EV ecosystem.

SEOUL, August 8, 2023 – Hyundai Motor Group Executive Chair Euisun Chung visited India to review the company’s strategy which lays the foundation for future growth and supports its leadership in Indian market.

Executive Chair Chung visited Hyundai Motor India Engineering (HMIE) located in Hyderabad, the brand’s R&D hub in India, and the automobile plants in Chennai on August 7 and discussed mid- to long-term growth strategy with local employees.


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India is one of the world’s most promising automotive markets with the world’s largest population, with 4.76 million new vehicles were sold last year behind China and the U.S. The passenger car market accounted for 3.8 million units and is expected to exceed 5 million units by 2030.


The country is also becoming an increasingly important center for electric vehicle (EV) production and sales. The Indian government is pursuing a strong electrification policy, with the aim of increasing EV sales to 30 percent of total vehicle sales by 2030.


Executive Chair Chung’s visit to India included a review of the strategic importance of India as a future mobility hub. With this in mind, preparations for a new Group leadership position in EVs were also discussed given the country that will be a competitive EV battleground for in the years to come.

Euisun Chung

Executive Chair of Hyundai Motor Group

India is one of the world’s most promising automotive markets with the world’s largest population, with 4.76 million new vehicles were sold last year behind China and the U.S. The passenger car market accounted for 3.8 million units and is expected to exceed 5 million units by 2030.


The country is also becoming an increasingly important center for electric vehicle (EV) production and sales. The Indian government is pursuing a strong electrification policy, with the aim of increasing EV sales to 30 percent of total vehicle sales by 2030.


Executive Chair Chung’s visit to India included a review of the strategic importance of India as a future mobility hub. With this in mind, preparations for a new Group leadership position in EVs were also discussed given the country that will be a competitive EV battleground for in the years to come.


HMIE plays an important role in increasing sales in the Indian market and works closely with the Hyundai-Kia Namyang R&D center in Korea to develop vehicles that are tailored for the Indian market.


In addition to strengthening local R&D capabilities, HMIE will expand its role as a hub for future mobility research, including electrification, autonomous driving, and the development of voice recognition technology in local Indian languages. To this end, construction of a new test facility began last year.


Executive Chair Chung stressed that in order to establish a position as the first mover, it is crucial to deliver products that exceed customer expectations in a timely manner and that HMIE should be a driving force for the Group’s growth in the Indian market.


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Executive Chair Chung visited the Hyundai Motor India plants in Chennai and discussed with the employees mid- to long-term development plans for production and sales. In particular, he considered the reorganization of the automotive value chain in the works, with a focus on India.


By systematically analyzing the Indian market and its customers, Hyundai Motor aims to grow quantitatively by strengthening its leadership in SUVs and expanding its EV line-up and to establish itself as the most trusted brand in India through customer-centric activities and social contributions. The Group has also undertaken various CSV activities in the areas of forest conservation, bridging the education gap and road safety.


In addition, the Group will build an optimal production system to efficiently support vehicle production in the mid- to long-term and create a sustainable EV ecosystem to drive growth as a leading electrification brand. The growth of the Indian car market is expected to be driven by SUVs and EVs. SUVs are expected to account for 48 percent of the country’s expected 5 million vehicle unit sales by 2030, while EVs are expected to reach 1 million units.


Hyundai Motor will continue to introduce SUV models specialized for the Indian market, including the compact SUV EXTER, which was launched in July. Hyundai Motor will introduce five EV models by 2032 and expand the number of EV charging stations to 439 by 2027 by leveraging the strength of the company’s sales network.


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Executive Chair Chung Meets with Hon’ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu

On the 8th, Chung engaged in discussions with Hon’ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu M.K. Stalin at the state government headquarters. During the meeting, they deliberated on strategies for the development of the Indian automotive market and discussed avenues of collaboration for Hyundai Group's operations in India.


Present at the meeting were T.R.B. Rajaa, the Minister of Industries, Investment Promotions and Commerce in the Government of Tamil Nadu, along with key figures from Hyundai Motor Group, including Jaehoon Chang, the President and CEO of Hyundai Motor Company, Yong Wha Kim, President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Hyundai Motor Group, Unsoo Kim, Executive Vice President and Head of Hyundai Motor India, Middle East & Africa Strategic Region.


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Mr. Chung expressed his gratitude to Hon’ble Chief Minister M.K. Stalin for the support that has been extended by the Tamil Nadu state government to the Hyundai plants in Chennai. Additionally, he provided insights into Hyundai's mid- to long-term business strategies.


Hyundai detailed its dedication to customized social contribution initiatives in Tamil Nadu and underscored its continuous efforts in India.


Both parties resonated with a common belief that vibrant collaboration between businesses and governmental bodies is essential for the successful establishment of an electric vehicle ecosystem.


In May, Hyundai Motor Group and Tamil Nadu forged a memorandum of understanding, marking their commitment to invest INR 200 billion over the next decade to bolster the electric vehicle ecosystem and modernize production facilities.


In pursuit of building this ecosystem, the outlined plans encompass establishing an EV battery pack assembly plant, expanding electric vehicle lineup, and installing a hundred high-speed charging stations at key locations spanning across Tamil Nadu.

Jihyun Park

Global PR Corporate Strategy & Planning Team / Hyundai Motor Group

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