Hyundai BLUE-WILL

April 3, 2009


Hyundai plug-in hybrid concept called the BLUE-WILL, features a direct-inject 1.6-liter gas engine mated to a CVT transmission and 100kw electric motor. It has a state of the art lithium ion polymer batter pack that’s packaged with the fuel tank below the rear seats, as well as a trick panoramic roof that integrates solar cells while still being able to see through.

The BLUE-WILL also features eco-friendly plastics, with some components, like the headlamp bezels, made out of recycled plastic bottles and other plastics derived from plant extracts. Hyundai claims the parallel hybrid can be tethered to a wall socket for extra amps.

Extract from Jalopnik

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2 Responses to “Hyundai BLUE-WILL”

  1. spartacus Says:

    With plug-in hybrid becoming a more certain possibility decentralized, distributed solar photovoltaic power establishes itself as are major option. With rooftop solar anyone can charge their electric car now without draining too much from the grid.
    http://solarbythewatt.com/2009/03/30/economics-of-solar-power/


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