Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. will assemble its upcoming i10 electric vehicle in South Korea from complete-knocked-down kits shipped from its plant in Chennai, India, Ward’s learns. India currently is the auto maker’s sole source for i10 models. A source confirms the EV will be built in the auto maker’s home country using an electric powertrain and battery pack developed domestically. The assembled i10 EVs initially will be used by the government and electric-utility fleets to gather ...

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