As the driving force behind the pump-to-plug revolution, Hyundai will pioneer the development of future electric vehicles with this dedicated BEV platform now coming to India with the Hyundai IONIQ 5.
According to Hyundai, the E-GMP platform consists of a vehicle chassis that includes the battery, engine and electrical system.
The battery system features an advanced long-range battery pack, while the bi-directional charging plug allows the high voltage battery to power various electronic devices.
The E-GMP also features an integrated charging control unit (
With modularization and standardization, different vehicles with different body types can be developed, the company added.
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