Hyundai is developing at least two new cars with fully electric propulsion. This is reported by network sources, referring to statements by senior managers of the South Korean automaker.
At the recent Geneva motor show, Hyundai, recall, introduced the family car IONIQ, which included a fully-electric version (along with hybrids). Electric car is equipped with lithium-polymer battery capacity of 28 kWh, which provides a mileage of over 250 km. Available anytime peak torque of 295 N·m is provided by an electric motor with a maximum power output of 120 HP (88 kW) in conjunction with single-stage gearbox, which propels the car up to 165 km/h.
As now reported, Hyundai is designing an electric car that will be able to overcome on one charge, the battery pack a distance of 320 km. This car will be released in 2018 and will have to compete with the Chevrolet Bolt and Tesla Model 3.
Later, roughly by 2020, Hyundai plans to bring to market an electric car with a range of 400 km or more. This machine probably will be positioned as the alternative to the Tesla Model S. for More detailed information on the projected electric cars, the South Korean company has not yet disclose. published
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