Hyundai expands charging network in India

Hyundai Motor India announced the successful expansion of its ultra high speed public EV charging network across key highways and cities in India.

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The company has expanded to a total of eleven locations across India featuring ultra-fast charging stations. Each charging spot features three charging points, with the capacities of DC 150 kW, DC 60 kW and DC 30 kW represented in each location. The eleven stations are spread across six “benchmark” cities, including Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Gurugram and Bangalore. The other five charging parks are placed on five major highway locations: Delhi-Chandigarh, Delhi-Jaipur, Hyderabad-Vijayawada, Mumbai-Surat and Mumbai-Nashik.

In the next step, Hyundai Motor India is planning to install 100 charging stations by 2027 as per an agreement with the Government of Tamil Nadu. Hyundai only started with the initiative in early 2023, when the plans were announced. A cooperation with Shell for the very same purpose then followed in March of 2023.

“In line with Government of India’s focus towards creating a holistic electric vehicle ecosystem, Hyundai Motor India Ltd. is committed to enhance customer’s EV ownership experience. The expansion of our Ultra-Fast charging stations to 11 locations is a step in the same direction,” said the Executive Director for Corporate Planning, Jae Wan Ryu.


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