New Hyundai EV platform boasts 800V charging capability and 310-mile range

Integrated power electric system includes world’s first multi-charging and bi-directional power conversion function

New Hyundai EV platform boasts 800V charging capability and 310-mile range

Hyundai Motor Group has unveiled its new electric-global modular platform (E-GMP), a dedicated battery electric vehicle (BEV) platform.

The platform will serve as the core technology for Hyundai Motor Group’s next-generation BEV line-up.

From 2021, the E-GMP will underpin a range of dedicated new BEVs, including Hyundai Motor Company’s IONIQ 5; Kia Motors Corporation’s first dedicated BEV to be revealed in 2021; and a series of other models.

Albert Biermann, president and head of the research and development division at Hyundai Motor Group, said: “Today our front-wheel driven Hyundai and Kia BEVs are already among the most efficient ones in their segments.

“With our rear-wheel driven based E-GMP, we are extending our technological leadership into segments where customers demand excellent driving dynamics and outstanding efficiency.”

BEVs based on E-GMP can provide range over 500km on a full charge (WLTP) and be charged up to 80% within 18 minutes through high-speed charging.

Most existing EVs and the fast-charging infrastructure provide 50kW~150kW charging for EVs equipped with a 400V system; however, the development of 800V infrastructure, with up to 350kW charging, will gradually enable even more fast-charging.

In line with this trend, Hyundai Motor Group has invested in IONITY, Europe’s leading high-power charging network, as a strategic partner and shareholder.

IONITY operates 308 high-power charging (HPC) stations – using a charging capacity of up to 350 kW – along highways in European countries.

The company plans to increase this number to 400 HPC stations by 2022, including 51 currently under construction.

E-GMP offers 800V charging capability as standard and enables 400V charging, without the need for additional components or adapters.

The multi-charging system is a world’s first patented technology which operates the motor and the inverter to boost 400V to 800V for stable charging compatibility.

Hyundai Motor Group plans to introduce 23 BEV models and sell 1 million BEV units worldwide by 2025.

A BEV based on E-GMP is capable of a maximum range of over 500km with a fully charged battery, according to the Worldwide Harmonized Light-duty vehicle Procedure (WLTP).

Moreover, it can high-speed charge up to 80 percent in just 18 minutes and can add up to 100km of driving range in just five minutes.

Unlike previous BEVs, which only accept one-way charging, the E-GMP’s charging system is more flexible.

The E-GMP’s newly developed Integrated Charging Control Unit (ICCU) represents an upgrade from existing On-Board Chargers (OBC), which typically only allow electricity to flow in a single direction from an external power source.

The ICCU enables a new vehicle-to-load (V2L) function, which can additionally discharge energy from the vehicle battery without additional components.

This enables BEV based on the E-GMP to operate other electric machinery (110 / 220V) anywhere.

The system can even be used to charge another EV.

The new V2L function can supply up to 3.5kW of power and operate a mid-sized air conditioner unit and a 55-inch television for up to 24 hours.

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    Great, why would you do that. We have the imi who are useless
    Pushing for techs to be certified, then on the other side of the scale
    The thing pumps out enough power to Electrocute a small town.

    No different to having to be licensed to do a/c but Halfrauds sell r134a
    In cans as is “air dusters”

    Whoever invented this should be taken to a gravel drive, in the rain and asked to give a demo

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