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Mechanic Hyundai Engine India Ltd said Thursday it would launch the Hyundai IONIQ5 as the battery electric vehicle (BEV) built on the electric global modular platform (E-GMP).



Our electric mobility campaign in India started in 2019 with the launch of India’s first electric SUV, the Hyundai KONA Electric. As we continue to challenge the possibilities and dynamics of mobility, our commitment to innovation is perfectly reflected in the E-GMP. With the introduction of E-GMP in India, we will be able to provide customers with advanced battery-electric vehicles derived from a platform that is modular, scalable and versatile.” Unsoo KimMD & CEO, said.

Hyundai is driving the pump-to-plug revolution and will pioneer the development of future electric vehicles with this dedicated BEV platform that is now coming to India with the Hyundai IONIQ 5.

According to Hyundai, the E-GMP platform consists of vehicle chassis that includes the battery, motor and electrical system.

The battery system features an advanced high-range battery pack, while the bi-directional charging plug enables the high-voltage battery to power various electronic devices.

The E-GMP also features an integrated charge control unit (ICCU) which charges both the high voltage battery and the auxiliary battery.

Modularization and standardization allow the development of different vehicles with different body types, the company added.

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