India, March 26 -- Hyundai has built its electric vehicle (EV) dreams around several battery-powered models but while the portfolio gradually expands, the limelight for now remains on the Hyundai Ioniq 5. The company recently announced that it has sold 2.62 lakh units of the Ioniq 5 across as many as 24 markets in the world.

Any comparisons to Tesla or BYD would be rather unfair at this point. But while the two market leaders in the electric car ecosystem may command a significantly larger customer base, Hyundai has made noticeable progress. And a bulk of the credit goes to Ioniq 5. The crossover SUV has been in production since 2021 and over the past three years, has made its way to several countries.

There is little surprise that as p...