Hyundai reveals Blue Drive electric models

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Hyundai reveals Blue electric models

With so exciting, new green and low emissions being revealed this at the opening press day of the Frankfurt Show, it is hard not to know to begin.

Thankfully for us it seems the stand may have just our eye long enough to report of the Korean car maker’s debuts. Two new under the company’s Blue sub brand are the stars of the stand. models debut alongside a new i30 set to go on sale in Europe in early which will feature below 100g/km.

BlueOn EV

The BlueOn EV makes its European appearance at the show. The car is based on the car maker’s hugely i10 model and equipped with a kWh lithium ion polymer battery Coupled with a ‘highly electric motor, the model power of 81ps (61kW) and torque of 210Nm, reaching a top of 81mph and achieving 0-62 in 13.1 seconds.

Its range to a full charge is 90 miles.

Using LiPoly the BlueOn has several advantages other types of battery such as those which use hydride batteries (NiMH) delivering the same power 30 per cent less weight and 40 per less volume; boosting by 15 per cent; and leaving more space for passengers. Using power, the battery will be recharged within six hours. The charge method sees the recharged to about 80 percent of its within 25 minutes.

Hyundai has supplied its native government with a fleet of vehicles until August providing an opportunity to develop and charging infrastructures before a decision on mass production.


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Another exciting eco-focused appearing in Frankfurt is the Sonata Hyundai’s first full was designed and developed for the North market, where sales at the beginning of 2011.

Achieving 40 miles to the gallon to US mpg ratings), the car was entirely developed by Hyundai and includes several firsts.

The Sonata Hybrid can be in zero emissions, fully drive mode, at speeds of up to 62 per hour, or in blended petrol-electric

Like the BlueOn, at the heart of HEV’s powertrain is the LiPoly Hyundai is the first automaker in the to incorporate this efficient technology into production The improved efficiency means more of the recovered kinetic and charging energy from the will be available to propel the car needed, allowing the Sonata HEV to electric driving boost often and for longer periods of

Sadly though Hyundai has no plans to launch the Sonata HEV in the market.

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