This is a huge conversation, likely to get HUGERERER in the next few years: where are we going to get the energy to power our cars?
Among other things, automakers are working on solar panels to power your car. And your home appliances.
Hyundai is working on a similar type of technology and it has used a relatively nice ‘portable house’ and the Ioniq 5 to give us an idea.
The Ioniq 5 – which is a lot bigger than it looks in the pictures, by the way – is powered by a synchronous electric motor (meaning the power never fades away after heavy use), and available with three battery options: 58 kWh, 72.6 kWh and 77.4 kWh.
The range-topping model delivers 320 hp and 446 lb-ft of torque with 269 miles of range, while the slightly less powerful RWD model (225 hp) has a better range at 300 miles.
Will it work?
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