Category: Electric

Hyundai Motor secures $3.5 million from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) to put five XCIENT Fuel Cell electric trucks into operation in California Hyundai Motor will work with...Read More

Electric vehicles are environmentally friendly, technologically stunning, and almost disturbingly quiet. There are plenty of them on the road today and their sleek, stylish exterior is hard to mis...Read More

Through crash tests and durability trials, features you see on the road today took years of testing before becoming a regular component of your vehicle. But racing is another great avenue that car...Read More

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IONIQ 5 Bests 19 Top-rated Competitors in Car and Driver’s Three Weeks of Testing Car and Driver Editors Say IONIQ 5 is the Coolest New Design on the Road and Feels Like the Future SEOUL, August...Read More

Hyundai Motor’s next all-electric vehicle engineered to be a special place to be in 77.4-kWh battery is mated to an aerodynamically sculpted silhouette to provide WLTP-estimated over 610 km of a...Read More

The 2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 is the beginning of the new EV series from Hyundai. Today we have the AWD long range model which has been specced with the ultimate package. That means it gets all sorts o...Read More

As electric vehicles move towards the forefront of the automotive industry, a lot of consumers may feel locked out of the market due to high prices and charging infrastructure obstacles. With bran...Read More

Collaboration with Microsoft Korea to prove digital twin technology is effective at predicting individual EV’s battery lifespan and optimizing battery performance Digital twin project uses AI, m...Read More

Hyundai IONIQ 5 Sweeps World Car of the Year, World Electric Vehicle of the Year and World Car Design of the Year All-electric IONIQ 5 honored by World Car Awards at New York International Auto Sh...Read More

Governments around the world are accelerating the spread of electric vehicles as they tighten greenhouse gas emission regulations for carbon neutrality. And accordingly, the electrification of glo...Read More