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Earlier this month, debuted it entry into the car segment, the BlueOn.

The BlueOn is based upon the company’s i10 subcompact. Like its gas-powered the BlueOn looks much the current i10 pictured above, with a new hood, front and headlamps that tie it to other offerings.

What’s truly lurks beneath the restyled In lieu of a small gasoline or engine, the BlueOn’s front are driven by a 61-kW (82 horsepower) motor, which is powered by a lithium-ion polymer battery. in other Hyundai hybrid (including the new 2011 Sonata this battery chemistry can the same power reserves as a hydride pack, albeit 30 percent less weight and 40 less volume.

According to that battery pack the BlueOn an 85-mile range on a charge. A complete recharge can be in six hours, but an 80-percent charge a 380-volt quick charger can be in 25 minutes.

Press release below. of the BlueOn has been nearly a in the making (an electric i10 prototype was at the 2009 Frankfurt motor and Hyundai has allegedly invested $34 million in the project to date. vehicles will be provided to within South Korea, the Hyundai to test the car in the real while rolling out a charging

Early production will be but if all goes according to plan, 2500 BlueOns will be on roads by the end of 2012.


Korea, 09/09/2010

Hyundai Co. today unveiled the company’s – and — first Full Electric Vehicle (FSEV) ‘BlueOn,’ opening a new era in eco-friendly

“We are proud to introduce the world to which was fully developed in and displays Hyundai’s latest advancements,” said Dr. Hyun-Soon Vice Chairman at Hyundai’s RD Center. “Consumers’ interests and for eco-friendly cars are rising and such advanced technology is in becoming an industry leader. is dedicated to reducing its carbon and satisfying market needs.”

unveiled the car at the Blue House in the presence of Korean President Lee and Ministers from the Ministry of Economy and Ministry of Environment. 50 other government and electric-vehicle officials were also During the unveiling ceremony, Lee and Hyundai’s Vice Chairman Lee drove one of the new vehicles together on the House premises.


Hyundai invested a total of 40 billion won over a one year to create BlueOn, which is on Hyundai’s small hatchback, The electric version of i10 was first at the Frankfurt Motor Show in

Beginning with today’s Hyundai is planning to provide 30 vehicles as test fleets to government organizations in Korea by These vehicles will be used to help develop and charging infrastructures for about two until August 2012. these cars will be for promotional purposes, starting the upcoming G20 summit, to boost eco-friendly image.

The name derives from Hyundai’s Drive strategy, which the company’s eco-friendly products and The word ‘On’ symbolizes on.”


BlueOn has a body with an overall of 3,585 mm, overall width of mm and overall height of 1,540 mm. It is with a highly efficient motor powered by an innovative kWh LiPoly (lithium-ion polymer) technology that offers advantages over other types. BlueOn boasts a power of 81ps(61kW) and maximum of 21.4kg/m(210Nm).

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As pure electric vehicles only with the battery and motor, the battery’s lifespan and capacity determines the vehicle’s Hyundai chose LiPoly because compared with nickel-metal hydride batteries LiPoly delivers the same with 30 percent less and 40 percent less volume, efficiency and leaving more space for passengers.

Furthermore, the car has designed to prevent overcharging and safety issues. Hyundai conducted hundreds of thousands of worth of endurance testing to safety. BlueOn boasts a speed of 130km/h and 0-100 is achieved in 13.1 seconds, than some gasoline in the same class.

BlueOn features a Virtual Engine System (VESS), which an artificial sound for the safety of as electric vehicles make to no sound when driving at low


BlueOn can travel as as 140 km on a single charge. It also dual recharging methods: a household power and a 380V power, which promises recharging speeds. Under the power, the battery will be recharged within six hours. the quick charge method, the can be recharged to about 80 percent of its within 25 minutes.

Hyundai will collaborate the Seoul Metropolitan Government and government agencies to build facilities.

In addition, the engine-driven were electrified so that the motor-driven power steering, water pump and regenerative system could be adapted to Furthermore, for the driver’s convenience, an telematics system showing the status and location of recharging is installed. A 4.2-inch TFT LCD Supervision that provides voice has also been installed.

plans to expand its manufacturing for BlueOn next year, out test productions and making 2,500 units by the end of 2012.

in 1967, Hyundai Motor Co. has into the Hyundai-Kia Automotive which was ranked as the world’s automaker since 2007 and over two dozen auto-related and affiliates.  Employing over people worldwide, Hyundai sold approximately 2.8 million globally in 2008, posting of US$25.6 billion on a non-consolidated (using the average currency of 1257.5 won per US dollar).  Hyundai are sold in 193 countries through 6,000 dealerships and showrooms. information about Hyundai and its products are available at

Source: Hyundai courtesy of Trend Staff


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