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  • Hyundai Motor is being sued over a string off battery fires in its electric vehicles.

  • Some 200 people have filed a class action suit in South Korea, according to lawyers involved.

  • That is over incidents involving the brands.

  • Kohner Eaves.

  • The plaintiffs want Young Day to replace the battery packs, the most expensive part of the car on One lawyer says they want about $7200 each to compensate for what they say is the reduced value off their vehicles.

  • Jandi has already recalled more than 74,000 Conor's.

  • The news comes after General Motors said last week it was recalling over 68,000 DVDs after five reported fires and two minor injuries.

  • Batteries for the affected vehicles are made by South Korea's LG Kem, which also supplies Young Day.

  • Now, Analysts say the stories could dent demand for Eve's just as sales off the green vehicles are starting to soar worldwide.

  • Right now, though, it's you.

  • Hyundai and LG came with the biggest headache.

  • Industry experts say they could face costs off up to $540 million if they have to replace Aled, the affected batteries.

  • In a statement to Reuters Hyundai said the cause of the fires was unclear.

  • It says it is investigating with help off suppliers and the Transport Ministry.

Hyundai Motor is being sued over a string off battery fires in its electric vehicles.

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Hyundai Motor sued over EV battery fires

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/19
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