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Cars that can take care of the load shedding

‘The great growling engine of change- technology’-Alvin Toffler

Can your average car take care of your electricity bills?  Well, this new Hyundai car sure can, Hyundai’s new electric car, Hyundai logic, can supply up to 3.5 kilowatts of power, enough to run appliances like refrigerators and stoves additionally, it can slow-charge another vehicle too!

Furthermore, Hyundai claims to be the first global electric vehicle manufacturer to provide bi-directional charging, which allows owners to use the car’s battery to power mobile devices. Although traditional car batteries can be used to charge computers and tablets, they easily drain when connected to something that requires heavy electrical power, such as a portable fridge or sound system, necessitating the installation of a dual-battery system or the transport of large, noisy generators by serious campers.

Interestingly, The Ioniq 5 also comes with the option to install a solar-panel roof that will charge the battery pack, giving the vehicle an additional driving range of about 1,300 kilometers (800 miles) annually

This sure looks promising!

Hyundai is trying to cater to a millennial demographic as it tries to keep up in the EV market. The South Korean automaker is lagging behind EV leaders like Tesla Inc. and proven brands like Volkswagen AG and BMW AG, having just released its Kona electric vehicle in 2018.

Moreover, Hyundai will begin selling the Ioniq 5, the first electric vehicle, in the coming months. The Ioniq 5 is based on a modular framework called the Electric-Global Modular Platform, or E-GMP. The automaker will build more comfortable interiors thanks to the flattened frame, which is another incentive for consumers to move from traditional gasoline-powered cars.

Another attribute that Hyundai claims distinguish it from competitors is its charging speed. The platform allows EVs to charge from 10% to 80% power in 18 minutes and add up to 100 kilometers of driving range in just 5 minutes. On a single fee, they’ll have a top range of 500 kilometers. It will also be able to charge at 800 and 400 volts, allowing owners to take advantage of more charging infrastructure, according to Kim.

Likewise, Hyundai is now working to improve charging capacity to enable more people to purchase electric vehicles. In March, the conglomerate announced plans to offer ultra-high-speed charging stations under the E-pit name. It expects to open 20 stations in South Korea this year and will develop the infrastructure with possible partners from abroad.

This is a good initiative that today’s world is taking With the increasing threat of climate change.

Reported by: Zarrish

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