- HMIL installed the first two Ultra-Fast Public Charging stations across Hyderabad- Vijayawada (Narketpalle) and Delhi- Chandigarh (Kurukshetra) highways
- HMIL aims to set up 10 Ultra-Fast Public Charging Stations in first-half of CY2023 and will continue expansion to other cities and highways.
- The all-electric SUV Hyundai IONIQ 5 can be charged from 10% to 80% charge in 21 minutes at these Fast Charging stations
- Key Highways: Hyderabad- Vijayawada, Delhi-Chandigarh, Delhi-Jaipur, Mumbai-Pune, Bengaluru- Chennai
- Key Cities: Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad
- The easily accessible charging stations are manned and open 24×7 for all passenger EV owners
Gurugram, January 31, 2023: Hyundai Motor India Ltd., India’s first Smart Mobility Solutions Provider and the country’s biggest exporter since it began, just announced that its Ultra-High Speed Public EV Charging Network will be installed on key highways and in cities across India. Each fast charging station will have one DC 150 kW Ultra-Fast Charger and one DC 60 kW High-Speed Charger. This is part of HMIL’s plan to promote the use of electric vehicles in India and make it easier for people to charge their cars when travelling between cities or within cities.
Jae Wan Ryu, Executive Director – Corporate Planning, Hyundai Motor India Ltd., said about the installation of Fast Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles, “We are delighted to take another step to strengthen the Indian Government’s resolve for Electrification, which will enrich and enhance the electric mobility lifestyle for EV adopters.”
Hyundai Motor India Ltd. has worked hard to make things easier for its customers by putting Ultra-Fast EV Charging Stations in public places along highways and in cities. With the recent release of the all-electric SUV Hyundai IONIQ 5 and HMI’s promise to expand its EV portfolio by 2028, we will speed up our plan to build a sustainable ecosystem for India’s transition to electric mobility and continue to take our customers “Beyond Mobility.”
All EV customers can benefit from quick charging, and the all-electric Hyundai IONIQ 5 SUV can go from 10% to 80% charge in 21 minutes at these charging stations. Hyundai EV owners can access the charging stations through the myHyundai app, which has Hyundai’s own Charger Management System.
This makes it easy to find the stations, book charging times in advance, pay digitally, check on the charging status from a distance, etc. All of the charging stations are managed and run by Hyundai Motor India Ltd in partnership with ChargeZone, which is the industry leader in charge point management.
With an attractive charging rate, the Hyundai-branded station will make driving an electric vehicle (EV) more affordable. The charging stations are put in places with enough amenities for customers, like coffee shops and restaurants, to make sure that customers are happy while charging their electric cars. There are also marshals at the charging stations to help EV drivers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so that charging goes smoothly.
The public and all owners of passenger EVs can use the Ultra-High Speed EV charging stations. From February 1, 2023, the public will be able to use the first two Ultra-Fast Public EV Charging Stations. HMIL will then instal more of these stations on other highways and in other cities to give EV customers more peace of mind and increase the number of EVs in India, in line with the Indian government’s strong focus on electrification.
About the HMIL
Hyundai Motor Company owns all of the shares in Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) (HMC). Since its start in India, HMIL has been the biggest exporter of cars and the first company in India to offer smart mobility solutions. It currently has 12 car models in different categories, including the Grand i10 NIOS, All New i20, i20 N Line, AURA, VENUE, VENUE N Line, Spirited New VERNA, All New CRETA, ALCAZAR, New TUCSON, KONA Electric, and All Electric SUV IONIQ 5. The HMIL manufacturing plant near Chennai is a fully integrated, state-of-the-art facility with advanced production, quality, and testing capabilities.
HMIL is a key part of HMC’s international export hub. It currently sells its products in about 85 countries in Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, Australia, and Asia-Pacific. HMIL has 582 dealers and more than 1,491 service points all over India to help with its growth and expansion plans.
Hyundai has a modern, multimillion-dollar research and development (R&D) facility in Hyderabad. This is part of its plan to provide customers with the most advanced technology in the world. The goal of the R&D centre is to be a leader in automobile engineering.
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