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Hyundai plans to launch smaller and more affordable N-brand high-performance electric vehicles

2024-04-13 Update From: SLTechnology News&Howtos shulou NAV: SLTechnology News&Howtos > IT Information >

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CTOnews.com Hyundai Motor has demonstrated its ability to build high-performance electric vehicles with the IONIQ 5N, and now the company may shift its sights to a more affordable model. Albert Biermann, Hyundai's automotive technology consultant, believes that developing a small, high-performance electric car is an important goal for the N brand.

According to CTOnews.com, Biermann was the head of Hyundai's R & D department and the head of BMW's M department, and he made many contributions to the car enthusiast community. He acknowledged that expectations for the N brand were high, but stressed the importance of producing affordable, high-performance cars.

Biermann told AutoExpress: "We have to develop a small N-brand electric car or we will lose our customers. We need smaller, more affordable models. "

Car enthusiasts excited about the model, however, may have to wait a while. Biermann believes that even a small electric car needs to provide enough range to meet the demands of track driving and be equipped with an 800-volt electrical system to meet these demands.

"If it's an N-brand car, you want to drive on the track, even if it's only for 15 or 20 minutes. If you use a 400 volt electrical system, the current doubles, the heat dissipation needs quadruple, and the efficiency is low,"he explains." If you want to make a car like the i30, 400 volts is not appropriate. "

The IONIQ 5 and IONIQ 6 are the smallest models with the Global Modular Platform, and Hyundai is currently unable to launch smaller electric vehicles with 800V electrical systems, which will require an integrated modular architecture (IMA) to be launched in 2025.

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