Hyundai Motor India introduced its Kona Electric in the domestic market on July 9, 2019; and is seeing good market response for the five-seater monocoque electric vehicle (EV).
Even though Hyundai had dispatched 25 units of the Kona Electric to its select 15 dealerships across 11 cities in June to stock their inventory just before the launch, the carmaker shipped 17 cars in July and 88 more (its highest yet) in August to take the total sales tally of the electric crossover to 130 units in less than three months since its launch. The Korean carmaker had claimed 152 bookings for the CKD model at the electric car's launch.
The increase in buyer interest in the model could be attributed to the fact that while the Kona was initially launched at a Rs 25.30 lakh (ex-showroom) price tag, it later saw a downward revision to Rs 23.71 lakh as a result of the GST reduction for EVs proposed by the government in the FY2020 Union Budget.
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