The E-GMP platform is promised to improve all major features of electric vehicles. Photo by Hyundai Motor Group
With a component specially designed for electric drives you can take advantage of the new generation of technologies.
South Korean concern Hyundai Motor Group has introduced the E-GMP (Electric-Global Modular Platform) platform, which has been specially developed for electric propulsion and will be used in the production of a new generation of electric vehicles.
This part is the most expensive design element of any modern car and defines the capabilities of the drivetrain, suspension design, car safety, usable space, handling and other features. Modular platforms can be used in a wide variety of completely different models, which is why the new work of the Hyundai Group heralds a completely new generation of electric cars in production.
More than 500 km
The group states that the Hyundai, Kia and Genesis electric cars built with this platform can travel more than 500 km on a single charge, and the most powerful planned model (presumably the Hyundai Ioniq 6) from 0 to 100 km / h . the speed accelerates in 3.5 seconds.
Buyers will be offered models based on this platform with either rear or all-wheel drive.
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Hyundai announces a new generation of electric vehicle batteries with an energy density that is approximately 10% higher than the components currently in use. It is stated that the improved battery cooling system makes it possible to install smaller and therefore lighter batteries.
Standardized battery modules can be connected to batteries of different sizes, weights, prices and capacities, increasing the distance traveled on a single charge or reducing the weight and price of an electric vehicle.
Perhaps the most important technological innovation of the E-GMP platform is the ability to use both 800 and 400 volt voltage systems. With the fast charger you can charge the batteries in just 18 minutes and the energy needed for a distance of 100 kilometers in just 5 minutes.
All electric vehicles, with the exception of the Porsche Taycan, nowadays use 400 V systems to achieve a charging power of 50-150 kW. In comparison, the 800 V system can achieve up to 350 kW of power.
Another novelty is that the integrated charge control module allows the use of the V2L (Vehicle-to-Load) function, which allows the electric vehicle to be used as a 100 or 220 V mobile battery that can supply electricity to a residential house or other electric vehicle.
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The intention is to use a compact power module for this platform consisting of an electric motor, a transmission and a voltage converter. Compared to the components currently in use, the new unit allows a 30 to 70% increase in maximum engine speed and a 33% increase in energy recovery capability.
It is stated that E-GMP can be applied to the production of automobiles in different segments – sedans, crossovers and SUVs. The first serial electric car to be developed on this platform will be in 2021. the Hyundai Ioniq 5 SUV is welcome.
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