Hyundai Motor Group Achieves Triple Victory at 2024 World Car Awards

Hyundai Motor Group Takes Home Three Awards at New York International Auto Show: The Kia EV9 Named 2024 World Car of the Year

The Kia EV9 has been named the 2024 World Car of the Year, and it’s not just any car. Built on Hyundai Motor Group’s Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), this innovative vehicle is a testament to the group’s global leadership in electric vehicles and their technological excellence. The EV9 won this title at the New York International Auto Show, along with two other awards: the 2024 World Electric Vehicle and the 2024 World Performance Car for Hyundai IONIQ 5 N.

These recent wins continue Hyundai Motor Group’s streak of success at the World Car Awards. In previous years, they took home multiple titles with cars such as IONIQ 5 and IONIQ 6, which were named both World Car of the Year and World Electric Vehicle in their respective categories. Additionally, Kia EV6 GT was named World Performance Car in 2023, while Kia Telluride was awarded overall World Car of the Year title in 2020, and Kia Soul EV was named World Urban Car.

What sets the Kia EV9 apart is its design – it is spacious enough to seat seven people comfortably while offering a competitive price point. With fourth-generation battery technology under its hood, this vehicle provides enhanced performance that has put it atop other electric vehicles on the market today. As Hyundai Motor Group continues to push boundaries in electric vehicle technology, we can expect more innovative models to come from them soon.


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