Hyundai published on its Twitter account the new concept for ultra-charging, going one step further and offering 350 kW in its facilities.
Hyundai Hi-Charger, EV charging redefined.— Hyundai Worldwide (@Hyundai_Global) December 5, 2019
Enjoy effortless charging experience with 350kWh ultra-fast EV charger.
#HyundaiHiCharger #HiCharger #EVcharger#chargingexperience #superfastcharger #Hyundai pic.twitter.com/GOTWcGEJta
This will be possible thanks to the new “Halo” Tritium charger that IONITY presented in Frankfurt. The name of this device is due to the halo-shaped LED light on the top. The “Halo” Tritium charger will have seven different languages, allow contactless payment methods, and will have a liquid cooling system.
New innovative EV charging experience. Super fast ‘Hyundai Hi-Charger’ : Taking your EV charging experiences to the next level with automatically rotating cable and connector. #HyundaiHiCharger #HiCharger #EVcharger #SuperfastEVcharger #chargingexperience pic.twitter.com/1nyjRxThX1— Hyundai Worldwide (@Hyundai_Global) November 28, 2019
Also, the light emitted by the halo will be bright enough so that the stations do not need the installation of street lamps, which will make the facilities more sustainable. The goal is that the 350 kW chargers will be available at 220 of the 400 charging stations planned for 2020.