Heute schauen wir uns einmal die Batterie des Hyundai Ioniq 5 an. Spannend, unbedingt Video anschauen!
A single module of the 72.6 kWh pack would be about 2.42 kWh, which multiplied by 32 gives us exactly 77.44 kWh and multiplied by 24 gives us exactly 58.08 kWh. Each module has 12 lithium-ion pouch cells – roughly 200 Wh each. The modules are produced by Hyundai Motor Group’s subsidiary Hyundai Mobis using battery cells from various suppliers (including SK Innovation as the main supplier, CATL picked up later and LG Chem’s LG Energy Solution joining in the future). Hyundai Motor Group’s E-GMP battery (SK Innovation) in brief: 800 V system (indicatory value) 12 lithium-ion pouch cells per module 2.42 kWh per module and over 200 Wh per cellwe assume that at least initially, all the cells/modules are the same in all versions up to 32 modules per pack (Hyundai Ioniq 5 / Kia EV6 / Genesis GV60) Battery options:58 kWh: 24 modules (288 cells)72.6 kWh: 30 modules (360 cells)77.4 kWh: 32 modules (384 cells) 80% recharge should be possible in 18 minutes at ultra-fast chargers (800 V) * there might be other configurations for cells from different suppliers of new/different capacity