Hyundai Motor Group plans to introduce 23 Battery Electric Vehicles and sell 1 million electric vehicles worldwide by 2025.
The brand also announced that its plans to introduce 11 dedicated EV models and recently, in August 2020, the company also introduced the ‘IONIQ’ brand dedicated towards electric mobility.
Now Hyundai Motor Group unveiled its new Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), a dedicated battery electric vehicle platform, at the ‘E-GMP Digital Discovery’ event.
The new platform has been designed to accommodate electric powertrains and has several advantages over conventional internal combustion engines.
The new platform not only offers more interior space but also increased flexibility for development, more safety features, powerful driving performance and range.
The E-GMP will also have the capability of achieving 0-100 kmph in 3.5 seconds and achieve a top speed of 260 kmph.
The platform also features the world’s first mass-produced integrated drive axle (IDA) and a five-link rear suspension system which is typically used in mid and large-sized vehicles.
The brand has also revealed that E-GMP architecture is capable of delivering a maximum range of over 500km on a single charge.
The brand has also announced that from 2021 the E-GMP will underpin the IONIQ 5, Kia Motor Corporations dedicated EVs lined-up for 2021 and other models that will be revealed in the future.
Reference- Hyundai Online Newsroom, InsideEvs, The Verge, Motor Authority