Hyundai To Launch 250-Mile EV By 2020

Posted: May 24 2016, 11:50am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


Hyundai to Launch 250-Mile EV by 2020
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  • Hyundai putting All Efforts to Introduce a 250 Mile EV in the year 2020

Hyundai is doing great hard work to upgrade the speed of its EVs.

Hyundai surely has come up with a line of fantastic hybrid and electronic vehicles. The latest electronic vehicle introduced by Hyundai, Ioniq has the ability to go up to 110 miles per day.

However the company is trying to beat this number by a long range. They are working hard these days in order to produce an electric vehicle that can top a speed of 250 miles per day. This dream car is not far away but will be seen in the markets by the mid of year 2020.

Most of the U.S drivers on the average don’t go over 40 miles a day. This is the reason that most of the EV producing companies did not take the miles in notice while producing cars.

However Hyundai is certainly trying to achieve a new goal by increasing the miles to 250. High profile auto makers such as Chevy and Tesla have already started working towards the goal of achieving 200 miles. Hyundai will be the first to break the limit of 200 miles for sure. 

The new mileage will give the car owners to have more ease of driving as they won’t have to charge the car as often as they have to. Hyundai is working on 26 new green car models these days. All of these cars will be released in the year 2020, according to AutoBlog. These will include plug Ins, hydrogen fueled cars, hybrids and EVs. No more details were mentioned by Hyundai. 

The next few years to come will surely see a revolution in car industry. Hyundai is thinking to flood the car market with ecofriendly cars. Its Ioniq models have been a success, surely the new ones will be as well. 

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