Electric crossover Hyundai drove over 1000 km on a single chargeAugust 15, 2020
Hyundai has set a new world record for maximum mileage per charge among electric vehicles.
So, the Kona crossover was able to cover a distance of more than 1000 km without recharging the batteries. The record was set in a 3-day test at the Lausitzring track in Germany. The total test time was approximately 35 hours. During this period of time, three crosses covered a distance of 1018, 1024 and 1026 km without filling up the battery stock.
All cars had 64 kWh batteries and regular Nexen tires. Air conditioners and multimedia complexes have been turned off to save energy.
The pilots were driving electric cars at a speed of 29 to 31 km / h. On the third day of testing, each cross was able to drive more than 20 km with a residual battery charge of 3%. When the system displayed zero charge, the cars drove a couple of hundred meters before completely stopping.
In addition, it was recently reported that the new Hyundai Elantra N Line sedan was officially presented. The “charged” variation of the popular sedan has acquired a productive power unit, as well as a special design of the exterior and interior.
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