On July 4, according to foreign media reports, in the announcement of June car sales, Hyundai also announced, together with the sales of electric vehicles, the month’s global sales of nearly 19,000 units, an increase of more than 30%. In June sales of nearly 19,000 electric vehicles. Because of the vigorous investment in electric vehicles, Hyundai, for the first time in the announcement of monthly sales, discloses the sales of electric vehicles.
Although sales of electric cars rose sharply in June, Hyundai’s overall sales, affected by parts shortages and the epidemic, declined significantly in June from a year earlier.
According to Hyundai’s official website, they sold 340,534 vehicles worldwide in June, down 4.5% from 356,631 vehicles in the same month last year, but up 5.2% from 323,833 vehicles in May.
Specifically, Hyundai sold 59,510 vehicles in South Korea in June, down 13 percent year-on-year, and 28,102,024 vehicles in overseas markets, down 2.5 percent year-on-year.
In May, Hyundai sold 323,833 vehicles worldwide, down 0.5% year-on-year, down from 17% and 11.6% in the previous two months, and down 4.5% in June, meaning the year-on-year decline is widening.