The exact pricing of the Hyundai EV has not been revealed, however, it is speculated to be approximately $50,000.

There is a lack of information available on the Hyundai Grandeur EV. Although the Kia K8 and the next-generation Hyundai Grandeur are both built on the Hyundai-Kia N-3 platform, it is unknown whether or not this will also apply to the new electric vehicle.

It’s possible that the EV Grandeur can go between 249 and 280 miles on a single charge. A big battery pack (87.2 kWh) and a multi-charging system that allows for quick charging could be standard on all-electric vehicles.

One possibility is that the Grandeur EV will take design ideas from the classic Grandeur. In that instance, the rear quarter windows of the car would actually be individual panes.