The vehicle features a 39.2 kWh lithium-ion battery that can run 452kms on a single charge. The battery can be charged on two different options: a 50kW DC fast charger, that takes only 57 minutes to full up the battery or a 7.2kW wall box AC charger which will take 6 hours to do the same.
Another option to charge up the batteries of the EV is a portable charger provided by Hyundai, that comes with the car. What the customers can do is plug this charger into any three-pin 15 Amp socket, and a range of about 50kms is added to the vehicle, in a period of 3-hour charging.
No official date was released, but it is expected to launch in the next five years.