Electric Vehicles

Hyundai Soirée customer engagement initiative for IONIQ 5 owners

Written by News Team

Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) has launched Hyundai Soirée, an exclusive customer engagement initiative, yesterday in Mumbai. The event was designed to celebrate the success of Hyundai’s flagship Electric Vehicle (EV) model – the IONIQ 5,

Hyundai Soirée

The premier event of Hyundai Soirée was a crafted experience catering to the IONIQ 5 clientele. The gala evening featured an exclusively curated dinner by renowned Indian chef Mr. Vicky Ratnani, captivating engagement activities, and a meet and greet with celebrated fashion designers Falguni and Shane Peacock, as well as Hyundai’s senior management.

The event allowed participants to delve into the essence of IONIQ 5, exploring its cutting-edge features and technology. They shared insights on its remarkable range, alleviating any concerns about range anxiety. The new IONIQ 5 was showcased at the event as well.

Celebrated designers Falguni and Shane Peacock, who attended the premier event, said, “It was a pleasure to be a part of the premier event of Hyundai Soirée. We had a great time interacting with IONIQ 5 customers and exploring the all-electric SUV, the Hyundai IONIQ 5. Our association with Hyundai is special as we share a common vision towards a sustainable tomorrow.”

Since its launch in India in January 2023, the Hyundai IONIQ 5 has captivated the market with its technological marvels, redefining the electric vehicle industry. Boasting unparalleled design, technology, performance, and features, the IONIQ 5 has garnered overwhelming praise from both customers and critics alike, with over 1500 units sold in India to date.

Staying true to its commitment to enhancing customer experiences, HMIL is dedicated to developing a holistic EV ecosystem in India. As the sole OEM with the largest ultra-fast EV charging network in India, HMIL is committed to expanding the EV charging infrastructure to 485 stations by 2030. Additionally, the company has announced its plans to introduce five new EVs by 2030, with the launch of its first mass EV in 2025.