Hyundai and Hilton Grand Vacations to team up on enhancing customer EV experience

TOKYO/SEOUL: Hyundai Motor and Hilton Grand Vacations APAC & Hawaii (HGV) have agreed to work together to expand customer electric vehicle (EV) experience and discover potential customers.

The alliance between Hyundai and the global timeshare brand will seek ways to provide premium customer experiences and sustainable mobility solutions in major tourist destinations across Hawaii.

Hyundai Mobility Japan (HMJ) introduced the "Hyundai Mobility Passport" campaign in April, aimed at offering customers a chance to experience Hyundai vehicles at designated locations on Oahu Island in Hawaii, as the island is an ideal location for this program thanks to the US state's eco-friendly awareness and a recent increase in EV usage across the islands.

Following the initiative, Hyundai and HGV plan to collaborate and roll out the "Hyundai Mobility Passport in Kona" program starting this summer.

Through this program, Hyundai aims to enhance customer satisfaction and brand recognition by offering unique EV experiences at travel destinations.

Launching in Hawaii, the company will review its plan to expand this initiative globally based on future demand and customer response to EVs.

"Our collaboration with Hilton Grand Vacations is surely a part of our efforts to provide seamless EV experience to our customers," said Hyundai Motor Hyundai Motor Yoo Seok Chung at the announcement of the partnership on July 2.

"This relationship will create new opportunities to introduce Hyundai's remarkable electric vehicles to eco-conscious travellers in Hawaii."

Representing HGV was its senior vice president, Jeff Bernier.
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