Hyundai Motor Company built its smallest EV yet, and it’s based on their ‘45’ EV concept that debuted at the 2019 at the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt. The automaker’s designers took inspiration from the the signature ‘kinetic cube lamp’ design of ‘45’ and paired it with its angular, yet smooth, profile to create this yet-to-be-named EV in a sleek Performance Blue with orange accents.
Power comes from two DC motors that enable it to hit a top speed of 4.35 mph (7 km/h), which is perfect for kids rolling around their neighborhood. There’s just one seat in the middle of the vehicle to give it a racecar feel. No driving range has been stated, but the company did say it has Emotion Adaptive Vehicle Control (EAVC) technology, which enables it to travel further.
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- Dimensions Unfold: 45.9" L x 18.6" W x 47.4" H | Dimensions Fold: 45.9" L x 18.6" W x 21.0" H | Net Weight: Approx. 41.2 lbs
- Rider: Weight Capacity: 66.1-220.5 lbs | Recommended Age: 14+ years | Required Height: 3'11"-6'6"
- Safe & Comfortable Riding: the mechanical and electrical Anti-Lock braking system ensure braking safety. Front and rear wheel shock absorbers equipped with self-healing 10-inch pneumatic tires provide max comfort, even on rough surfaces or speed bumps.
In keeping with the 45’s design heritage theme, Hyundai has built this unique passenger vehicle out of a traditional eco material – wood. This new EV does not have an officially rated driving range yet, but driver’s laughter is believed to fuel the vehicle to travel further based on its Emotion Adaptive Vehicle Control (EAVC) technology,” said the company in a press release.