January 28, 2021

Hyundai shares electrification plans at 16th Beijing International Automotive Exhibition

Last Friday, September 25, Hyundai Motor Company shared its game-changing electrification plans driving its transformation into a Smart Mobility Solution Provider at the 16th Beijing International Automotive Exhibition.

At the show, the Korean car manufacturer premiered its RM20e electric racing midship sports car prototype, as well as the Elantra N TCR and Prophecy concept EV model, demonstrating just how far its EV ambitions will go. The all-new Tucson and the all-new Elantra also made their Chinese market debut at the event. 


Hyundai’s RM20e is the first high-performance electric sports car developed by the brand, utilizing its industry-leading electric powertrain. Project RM (Racing Midship) started in 2012 as Hyundai embarked on a journey to develop and connect new high-performance motorsports technologies for upcoming N models. Since the project started, all RM models have undergone comprehensive and extensive road testing in order to validate newly developed technologies, evaluate

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Chinese Startup Xpeng Shows Off New Flying Vehicle At Beijing Auto Show


  • The flying electric car can carry two people and levitate from 5-25 m
  • It was not made clear when the car will hit the market
  • Alibaba-backed Xpeng went public on the New York Stock Exchange in Aug

Xpeng, an Alibaba-backed electric vehicle startup based in China that is developing a series of electric flying vehicles, unveled its first prototype at the Beijing Auto Show on Saturday.

The vehicle, named Kiwigogo, can carry two passengers and levitate at least 5 meters and up to 25 meters, the South China Morning Post reported. It looks like a drone and is installed with eight turbofans. Kiwigogo was developed by Xpeng Heitech, a tech unit of Xpeng (NYSE: XPEV).

The flying car is still in its concept phase and there is little clarity as to when it will hit the market.

“Xpeng’s efforts in the electric air-enabled mobility space will remain focused

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