Hyundai IONIQ 6: Setting New Quality Standards at ASEAN Summit

Hyundai Motors Indonesia (HMID) Marks the Handover of IONIQ 5 and IONIQ 6 Fleet for ASEAN Summit 43rd Edition and Archipelagic and Island States Summit 2023 In a significant move, Hyundai Motors Indonesia (HMID) orchestrated a ceremonial handover of the IONIQ 5 and IONIQ 6 fleet in support of the upcoming ASEAN Summit 43rd Edition and Archipelagic and Island States Summit 2023. Woojune Cha, the President Director of PT Hyundai Motors Indonesia (HMID), officially handed over the vehicles to Setya Utama, the Secretary of the Ministry of State Secretariat, at the Hyundai Horizon of Innovation booth during the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS) 2023.

Hyundai’s Backing for Indonesia’s ASEAN Chairmanship 2023

Through this initiative, Hyundai reaffirms its commitment to bolster Indonesia’s successful tenure as the ASEAN Chairmanship for 2023. Indonesia is set to host the ASEAN Summit 43rd Edition in September 2023 in Jakarta, followed by the Archipelagic and Island States Summit 2023 in Bali in October. HMID’s provision of IONIQ 6 for VVIP delegation and IONIQ 5 for operational purposes stands as a testament to Hyundai’s pride in contributing to both the ASEAN Summit 43rd Edition and Archipelagic and Island States Summit 2023. This tangible support reflects Hyundai’s dedicated involvement in Indonesia’s ASEAN Chairmanship this year. Moreover, Hyundai’s fleet was also deployed for the previous G20 and ASEAN Summit 2023 held in Labuan Bajo.

Harnessing Hyundai’s Fleet for Optimal Utility

Hyundai’s contribution goes beyond the IONIQ 5, encompassing the IONIQ 6 as the designated transport for the esteemed VVIP delegates. The introduction of the IONIQ 6 aims to ensure the seamless execution of this international event and advance the era of automotive electrification in Indonesia. This move is poised to offer a sustainable mobility solution for the people of Indonesia.

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Magnitude of Hyundai’s Fleet for ASEAN Summit 43rd Edition and Archipelagic and Island States Summit 2023

For the ASEAN Summit 43rd Edition, Hyundai has presented 272 units of IONIQ 5 and 74 units of IONIQ 6. Additionally, for the Archipelagic and Island States Summit 2023, PT Hyundai Motors Indonesia will loan 156 units of IONIQ 5 and 52 units of IONIQ 6 to the Indonesian government.

Comprehensive Hyundai Services for Delegation Support

Hyundai has equipped the IONIQ 5 and IONIQ 6 fleet with 24-hour Emergency Services, Hyundai Roadside Assistance, Hyundai Mobile Service, Hyundai Mobile Charging, and Hyundai Service booths. These comprehensive solutions address a spectrum of needs to ensure the vehicles’ optimal performance throughout the events, ranging from repair requirements to spare parts support.

Training for Presidential Security Force (Paspampres)

To guarantee an exceptional mobility experience with the IONIQ 6 and IONIQ 5 during the ASEAN Summit 43rd Edition and Archipelagic and Island States Summit 2023, Hyundai has also conducted training for the Presidential Security Force (Paspampres), who will be responsible for driving the IONIQ 6 and IONIQ 5 fleet. These personnel are equipped with knowledge about the vehicle’s functions, driving experience, and training on preemptive measures for potential emergency incidents and their resolution.

Hyundai’s Role in Indonesian International Support

Hyundai’s participation in the ASEAN Summit 43rd Edition and Archipelagic and Island States Summit 2023 is a tangible testament to its support for Indonesia on the global stage, particularly concerning the nation’s sustainability vision and mission. Hyundai has previously played a vital role in events such as the ASEAN Summit 43rd Edition 2023, providing 117 units of IONIQ 5, and the G20 Summit 2022, where 450 electric vehicles, including the Genesis Electrified G80 and Hyundai IONIQ 5, served as the official transportation for the delegates.

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