Its first high-performance electric model Hyundai presented last July at Goodwood Festival of Speedwith the South Koreans to they pull the lid on the Ioniq 5 N.
At this moment, the Hyundai appears to examine the process of evolution of a smaller, more economical electric modelalso with his signature section N. One hot hatch which will have enough lower cost relative to the company’s current EVs. This was confirmed by Albert Biermannformer head of research and development department and now technical advisor of the automotive industry.
THE Biermann he stated, speaking to AutoExpressthat one smaller and cheaper electric hot hatch is in her plans Hyundai. He pointed out that it would be useful to support 800V technology, although he acknowledged that this is a challenge for a B-segment vehicle: “A small electric model N, that’s what we have to do. Otherwise, we leave our customers in the dark. We need to create something smaller and more economical. If it’s an N model, you’ll want to hit the track – even if it’s for 15 or 20 minutes. If you use 400V technology, you double the current, you have four times the heat dissipation. Efficiency is poor. If you think about a vehicle like the i30, the 400V technology is not suitable.”
Of course, the one in question EV will probably have to wait, since Hyundai’s priority seems to be the Ioniq 6 N, which is said to arrive around the middle of the current decade. THE power of the new venture of the South Koreans will exceed that of the Ioniq 5 Nsince it is assumed that the two electric motors they will pay him more than 650 PS. Details about the torque have not been made known, but we remind you that its corresponding number Ioniq 5 N amounts to 740 Nm.
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