Kia and Hyundai will combine to offer 26 different models with some form of electrification by 2020, according to a report by Automotive News.
The list will include at least a dozen hybrids, six plug-in hybrids, and two fully electric vehicles, as well as a pair of fuel-cell vehicles, making the Korean duo the second largest provider of electrified cars in the world behind only Toyota. Of course, some of these models won’t be available in North America.
Here’s a preliminary breakdown:
- Sonata Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid
- Ioniq Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid, and Electric
- Grandeur (Azera) Hybrid
- Tucson FCEV
- Optima Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid
- Soul EV
- Cadenza Hybrid
- Niro Hybrid
All-new models will be added over the next couple of years.