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Hyundai Motor Reveals $8.5 Billion Costs Plan Amid EV Drive

The investment is in addition to the Rs 20,000 crore the company is planning to deploy.

Hyundai Motor will capitalise 10.5 trillion earned, i.e. $8.5 billion throughout 2023, conferring to an exchange filing, as it transfers to captivate more of its convoy to sate increasing consumer demand for domestic cars. The South Korean automaker is also directing revenue evolution of 11.5% this year after stationing fourth-quarter incomes that beat analyst approximations.

Hyundai also enlarged dividends in an unusual move for the carmaker.

Earlier this month, the maker of Tucson SUVs, Sonata sedans, and Ioniq electric vehicles said it targets to sell 4.3 million cars worldwide this year, or about 10% more than last year.

Affiliate KIA Corp, the creator of the Sportage SUV and the Carnival people-mover, is also steering the growth of 10 per cent for 2023, for a total of 3.2 million vehicles. Mutual, Hyundai, and Kia rank as the world’s third-largest carmakers after Toyota Motor Corporation and Volkswagen AG.

Carmakers from Tesla to VW are enhancing manufacture. Elon Musk’s EV inventor plans to upsurge output “as quickly as possible” after relocating better-than-expected profits, it mentioned in the US.

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