The 2019 Frankfurt Auto Show revealed several amazing cars but a real standout was the all-electric Hyundai Pony 45 design concept. It’s not every day you come across a car that looks that good, especially considering they took inspiration from the 1974 Hyundai Pony concept.
Electric vehicle technology is moving at a blistering pace. You can either spend heavily on developing your own, or you can invest in proven technology. The vehicle class with the most urgent demand in Europe is the electric commercial vehicle. This demand is driven by increasingly tough emissions standards there.
The hydrogen-powered Hyundai Nexo has broken the world distance record by travelling 778 km on a single ‘tank’. It beat the previous record by some margin as it still had another 49 km range left at the end of the journey.
Battery electric vehicles (BEV) are reaching new heights. Literally. In December Hyundai announced its BEV version of the popular Hyundai Kona will be the first EV to reach Mount Everest’s North Base Camp, a 700km journey with a climb to 5 800m. Why is this important? Let’s have a look at electric vehicles and try and get some perspective.
There is a new word in the self-driving lexicon: platooning. Specifically, this refers to large freight trucks in convoy at the speed limit, each less than 17m behind the one in front. Sounds crazy? Let’s talk about it.
Every motor show is filled with creative innovations, dreams, and aspirations from car manufacturers around the globe. The 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show is no different as there have been many interesting projects and concepts including the new Hyundai Electric Race Car.
Hyundai is leading the tech news once again as they unwrap their new electric scooter prototype. This comes after Hyundai first presented a concept at CES in 2017 and adds further impetus to last-mile mobility, something that has become rather mainstream in America, Europe and China.
Every motor show is filled with creative innovations, dreams and aspirations from car manufacturers around the globe. The 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show is no different as there have been many interesting projects and concepts including the new Hyundai Electric Race Car.
Hyundai has thrown its technological and financial weight behind IONITY in Europe. It is now a full partner in this game-changing initiative with BMW, Daimler, Ford and Porsche (Volkswagen Group).
What is IONITY? Let me demonstrate with an experience we had a few years ago.
Hyundai’s 2020 Sonata Hybrid gives you the best of both worlds, with a cherry on top. It shares the sensational styling of the conventional sedan recently launched in New York. It gives you the fuel economy of a hybrid. And six hours in the sun will fully charge the battery.