Friday, January 7, 2011

Hyundai presents the first Korean electric car

Hyundai has just introduced its first electric vehicle. Series BlueOn, this is the first car such develops in Korea and promises a fairly good performance: maximum speed of 130 km/h and autonomy of 140 km.

A total of 27 million euros is what has invested Hyundai in the creation of this electric car is based on the actual Hyundai i10. At first, 30 the BlueOn drives will be proof 'serving' a number of organizations translate into Korea until 2012. On that date will begin production of the model, which is intended to produce 2,500 units.

BlueOn, whose name derives from the Blue Drive of Hyundai and the word 'On' strategy - turn on - measured 3.58 m long, 1.59 m width and height is 1.54 meters. Its electric motor is powered by a 16.4 kWh lĂ­tio ion polymer battery and delivers a maximum power of 81 HP and a maximum torque of 21.4 mkg. The choice of this type of battery is due to the decline of weight and volume - a 30 to 40 per cent, reverts it respectively - in more space for passengers.

Its quite good child benefits with an addition of 0 100 km/h in 13.1 seconds, a top speed of 130 km/h and a range of 140 km on a single charge. Respect a this the BlueOn has two methods for recharging: a current domestic 220V, it takes 6 hours to process, and an industrial power of 380 V allows a recharge of 80 percent in 25 minutes.

· BlueOn · electric car Hyundai

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