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AutoVolt Magazine|Issue 31
Over 310 miles on a charge with multi-charging and bi-directional power conversion electronics: Hyundai Motor Group unveils its dedicated E-GMP EV platform, the latest in a growing line of bespoke, next-generation all-electric chassis
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RENAULT CAPTUR E-TECH PHEV

Renault’s first foray into plug-in hybrids has arrived with the Captur. Jonathan Musk drives.

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Hyundai IONIQ 5

Globally, Hyundai will launch more than 12 additional BEV models in the next four years starting with the IONIQ 5 you see here – proving that range isn’t the only thing that matters, instead it’s their charging time that counts.

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KIA SORENTO ‘2' 1.6 HEV

Good foundations mean Kia’s hybrid flagship is a worthy diesel alternative, says Alex Grant.

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MAZDA MX-30

Mazda reckons there’s more to selling EVs than offering long-range and straight line speed – but will potential customers agree?

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CIT ROËN Ami

The Ami proves electric mobility doesn’t have to be expensive, provided you don’t mind sacrificing some luxuries…

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FUELLING CHANGE

With an end date set for combustion engines and plug-in sales accelerating in the UK, demands are ramping up for a widespread public charging infrastructure. So what do the companies tasked with deploying them see as the biggest hurdles ahead?

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AN ABSOLUTE APPROACH

Chinese EV maker NIO offers smart technologies and a holistic view of the electric vehicle experience. Ahead of its arrival in the west, Autovolt talks to NIO Europe vice president Hui Zhang about the company’s innovative user concepts

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2010 KIA VENGA EV

Kia is best known today for its electric e-Niro and Soul EV models, yet their roots reside with the Kia Venga EV concept car first displayed at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. While Nissan was just getting its Leaf off the ground, Kia (and the wider Hyundai Motor Group or HMG) were busy reading themselves for their future too.

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UK To Benefit From £20m On‑Street Charge Point Funding

LOCAL authorities have been urged to take advantage of a £20m UK government cash injection which will boost the number of on-street EV charge points.

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