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Its being reported that "In a press release detailing Hyundai Motor Group’s 2021 strategy, the automaker has officially announced a battery-powered Genesis crossover will debut this year together with a Kia-branded electric crossover and the production version of the Hyundai 45 concept wearing the Ioniq 5 moniker. All three EVs will be based on the South Korean firm’s new dedicated electric architecture called Electric-Global Modular Platform."

This is what we could expect when it arrives: "Without going into specific details about the new Genesis and Kia zero-emission crossovers, Hyundai explained the new E-GMP platform is capable of providing a maximum range of over 500 kilometers (310 miles) at a single charge with fast-charging tech supplying juice for 100 km (62 miles) of range in just five minutes. The manufacturer’s long-term plan is to have no fewer than 25 electric vehicles on sale by 2025, all based on that platform, and sell at least 1 million units annually in the global markets."

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