The move is probably part of a broader push by the South Korean government for economic growth in the country. It doled out 4 billion Korean won in subsidies for electric cars this year. As Hyundai increases the number of electric cars driven on South Korea's roads, electric charging stations are expected to rise correspondingly to 15,000 locations by 2030 from the current 5,427. Hyundai also plans to get into flying cars and self-driving vehicles.
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