Hyundai Wia presents new thermal management system for EVs

Hyundai Wia has developed a thermal management system for electric cars that is intended to improve their range and charging capability. The mechanical engineering company, which is part of the Hyundai Group, wants to have the solution ready for series production by 2023. From then on, it is to be used in electric cars based […]

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Plugged In: Kia e-Niro confirmed, Hyundai Ioniq 5 spotted and Tritium tests RTM7 fast charger

Australian EV news weekly wrap, including Kia e-Niro confirmed for Australia, Hyundai Ioniq 5 spotted testing at charger and Tritium offers free charging to test RTM7 fast charger.
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Hyundai teases the Ioniq 5

Hyundai provides an official preview of the highly anticipated Ioniq 5 and unveiled the first design elements and technologies of the electric crossover,. After the digital debut in February, it will be possible to pre-reserve the 800-volt electric vehicle before it celebrates its market launch in Europe in summer 2021. It is clear at first […]

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Apple in talks with Hyundai over BEV cooperation

Apple could select the South Korean carmaker Hyundai as a partner for the development of its rumored self-driving electric car. This is indicated by a statement from the South Koreans, which Hyundai, however, has meanwhile formulated in a more vague manner. A possible partnership between Apple and Hyundai was first reported by the TV station […]

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