Hyundai Accelerates EV Infrastructure with 11 New Charging Stations Across India


In a significant push towards enhancing electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure in India, Hyundai has announced the installation of 11 new DC fast charging stations across the country. This move not only expands Hyundai’s public charging network but also underscores the South Korean automotive giant’s commitment to supporting India’s transition to clean mobility.

Strategic Locations for Enhanced Accessibility

The newly installed charging stations are strategically located in major cities including Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Gurugram, and Bengaluru, as well as along crucial highways connecting Delhi-Chandigarh, Delhi-Jaipur, Hyderabad-Vijayawada, Mumbai-Surat, and Mumbai-Nashik. This ensures that EV users have access to fast charging options both within urban centers and on key transit routes across the nation.

Locations and Capacities of New Hyundai EV Charging Stations

Location TypeCities/HighwaysCharger Capacities (kW)
CityMumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Gurugram, Bengaluru150, 60, 30
HighwayDelhi-Chandigarh, Delhi-Jaipur, Hyderabad-Vijayawada, Mumbai-Surat, Mumbai-Nashik150, 60, 30

Diverse Charging Options for All EVs

Each of the 11 new stations is equipped with one unit each of DC 150kW, DC 60kW, and DC 30kW capacity chargers, catering to a wide range of EVs. Hyundai has made these chargers operational 24×7, making it convenient for both Hyundai and non-Hyundai EV owners to charge their vehicles at any time.

Enhanced Customer Experience

Understanding the needs of EV owners, Hyundai has ensured that these charging stations offer more than just fast charging. Customers waiting for their vehicles to charge can enjoy amenities such as coffee shops and restaurants, enhancing the overall experience.

Affordable Charging Rates and App Accessibility

Hyundai has set competitive charging rates at Rs. 18 per unit for the 30kW charger, Rs. 21 per unit for the 60kW charger, and Rs. 24 per unit for the 150kW charger. Additionally, the locations of these new stations, along with over 2,900 other charging points, are conveniently mapped on the “myHyundai” smartphone app. This app is available to all EV users, making it easier to locate and access charging stations.

Future Expansion Plans

Looking ahead, Hyundai is not stopping here. The company has ambitious plans to further expand its DC charging network to at least 10 new locations by 2024. By 2027, Hyundai aims to install 100 charging stations, in line with its agreement with the Government of Tamil Nadu, announced at the Global Investor Meet in January 2024.

This expansion is a testament to Hyundai’s dedication to fostering a sustainable and accessible EV ecosystem in India, paving the way for a greener future.

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