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Hyundai is vying with Tesla and Ford to be the top in electric vehicle fast charging

Hyundai is so confident in its electric vehicles that it will let customers test drive them for an extended length of time before making a purchase.

While Tesla has brought EV performance to the forefront, price and range remain two of the most significant barriers to EV adoption. Furthermore, DC fast-charging speed is arguably much more essential than AC fast-charging speed, despite the fact that few people pay attention to it or even comprehend it.

Hyundai intends to let users test its electric vehicles for an extended length of time before purchasing them in order to prove their worth.

Hyundai is expected to release the Ioniq 5 soon, followed by the Ioniq 6 and 7. For its lowest models, the company promises 300 miles of range and an 800-volt design.

The Tesla Model 3 and Ford Mustang Mach-E base versions, by comparison, do not have a range of 300 miles. In fact, although the Model 3 Long Range – which costs $9,000 more than the original Model 3 – has a range of 353 miles according to the EPA, the Mach-E only has a range of 305 miles. Tesla and Ford, for example, use 400-volt systems.

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