Hyundai’s E-Pit charging stations to looks like gas stations
Hyundai Motor Group announced recently that it would support the new craze for all-electric cars in South Korea with the creation of its E-pit ultra-fast charging network. South Korea’s major automaker’s plan is to install 800V fast chargers capable to recharge batteries to 80% in as little as 18 minutes. On the other hand, it will also be able to offer 100 km (62 miles) of range in just 5 minutes of charging. The automaker wants to build 20 stations with a total of 120 stalls with 12 stations (72 stalls) at highway rest stops and 8 stations (48 stalls) in urban centers. The chargers will offer the Plug & Charge featuring automatic authentication, charging and payment. The network will be available for all EVs compatible with the CCS Combo 1 DC fast charging standard (the same as in America.). As seen on Hyundai’s renderings, stations will have a canopy, like gas stations!