The Hyundai group has no choice but to recall nearly 82,000 electric vehicles, including 76,000 Kona, due to a fire risk. The annoying question of sharing the invoice between the manufacturer and the supplier (LG Chem in this case) resurfaces.
Le Hyundai Kona Electric
Korean automotive flagship Hyundai faces a delicate recall campaign of around 82,000 electric cars. The cause: a risk of fire in the battery. The system must therefore be replaced on 76,000 Kona produced between 2018 and 2020, including 25,000 sold in South Korea, but also some Ioniq and Elec City buses.
The Reuters press release mentions about fifteen fires involvin...