The Hyundai EV is expected to cost around $50,000, but the price has not yet been announced. Since electric vehicles are typically more expensive to purchase initially than their non-electric counterparts, this price is quite reasonable.

The EV Grandeur may have a range of between 249 and 280 miles. If you don’t have time to wait for your EV to charge, it could come standard with a large battery pack (87.2 kWh) and a multi-charging system that allows for fast charging.

Some of the Grandeur EV’s features will be adapted from the Grand Heritage EV concept car, while others will come directly from Hyundai’s other high-end models like the Ioniq 5 and Palisade.

The fact that Hyundai included similar glass panels in their Grandeur Heritage concept car only strengthens this hypothesis. Similarly, Hyundai may incorporate the taillight from the conventional Grandeur into the Grandeur EV, though this time only LEDs will be used.