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Hyundai: global sales up in 2022

The Korean manufacturer has published its global sales figures for 2022: last year, Hyundai sold 3.94 million vehicles, an increase of 1.4%.

The new year that is beginning is an opportunity for the various manufacturers to take stock of the past year and their commercial performance in a generally declining market. On the side of home Hyundaithe Korean firm recorded a sales volume of 3,944,579 vehicles in the world in 2022, i.e. a 1.4% increase compared to 2021, when 3,890,726 copies of Hyundai were sold.

Despite a difficult context due to the health crisis and shortages of electronic components, the success of the Korean manufacturer outside its borders is not weakening, since Hyundai sales outside Korea increased by 2.9%, reaching 3,255,695 units in 2022, against 3,163,888 units in 2021. Sales in Korea, on the other hand, were in decrease of 5.2% compared to the previous year, with 688,884 units in total in 2022, compared to 726,838 vehicles in 2021.

Hyundai: promising figures

In December 2022 alone, Hyundai’s monthly global sales totaled 347,340 units, including 276,953 for worldwide markets, and 70,387 for the Korean domestic market.

In the midst of the transition to electrification, Hyundai has seen its efforts crowned with success, thanks to strong sales of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and the recent launch of the Ioniq 6. two 100% electric models have been sold at over 100,000 copies in the world in 2022.

Hyundai: an ambitious goal for 2023

in 2023Hyundai wants to continue its growth and is already targeting global sales of 4.32 million units, which also include its luxury brand Genesis. To do this, the manufacturer will rely on commercial strategies that are optimized and adapted to each region of the globe. In detail, Hyundai wants to sell 3.54 million vehicles on export markets, and 781,000 units in its domestic market, Korea.

With an ambitious growth project, Hyundai wants improve its market share and operate more profitable businesses that respond to market changes. For this, the South Korean firm will continue to accelerate its transition to electrification, while optimizing production, logistics and sales by region.

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Hyundai: new models to come

In 2023, Hyundai will continue to launch new products to seduce its customers, with the new Kona, Santa Fe et Ioniq 5 N The latter will be the manufacturer’s very first sports electric vehicle, and more details about it will be revealed in the coming months.

The Korean firm also wishes to consolidate its world leadership in the electric car market, thanks to the development of the Ioniq 100% electric range.

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