BMW's Electrifying Innovation Inspired by Hyundai Ioniq 5 N

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BMW electric cars will adopt technology from the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N
In a bold move towards electrification, BMW is gearing up to unleash its latest model into the global automotive market. As they prepare to reveal their cutting-edge electric vehicle (EV), whispers suggest that BMW is taking inspiration from an unlikely source - the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N, a high-performance electric marvel.

Car enthusiasts were left astounded when rumors surfaced that BMW would incorporate transmission simulation technology from its rival, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N, into its upcoming electric masterpiece. The decision aims to infuse a sense of fun and engagement for the drivers, setting the new BMW EV apart from the rest.

It's worth noting that the CEO of BMW M, Frank van Meel, initially expressed his reservations about the perceived lack of excitement in electric vehicles. However, with the innovative transmission simulation from Hyundai's Ioniq 5 N, things are about to change, and the thrill of driving will be taken to new heights.

"I appreciate that way of thinking. It's one of the solutions because, especially when you're driving on the track, and we always come from racing with M, there is no time to look at the speedometer to see how fast you're going," van Meel stated.

With the introduction of this new electric sedan, BMW aims to offer customers an experience akin to driving a manual car, enhancing the connection between the driver and the machine. The ultimate goal is to outperform the current models and create a driving experience that will be reminiscent of the legendary M3.

By adopting the dynamic dual-clutch transmission (DCT) technology from the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N, BMW intends to preserve the essence of driving pleasure, making sure that drivers still feel the adrenaline rush even in an electric vehicle.

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 N has proven itself as a game-changer in the electric high-performance domain, recently debuting at the prestigious Goodwood Festival of Speed. The President and CEO of Hyundai Motor Company, Jaehoon Chang, proudly declared that Hyundai N is at the forefront of the company's technological leadership. The integration of motorsport expertise and cutting-edge technology is what set the Ioniq 5 N apart, establishing it as a force to be reckoned with in the electric vehicle market.

"We can witness the culmination of our efforts in the IONIQ 5 N, an electrifying high-performance vehicle. The development of IONIQ 5 N is crucial in enhancing the competitiveness of all future Hyundai models. This is the essence of Hyundai N's mission," said Jaehoon in an official statement on July 14, 2023.

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 N ingeniously combines the Electric Global Module Platform (E-GMP) with the prowess of Hyundai N motorsport technology. Moreover, the model takes advantage of the expertise from Hyundai N's 'Rolling Labs,' including the RM20e, RN22e, and N Vision 74, to maximize its capabilities as a high-performance EV.

The three pillars of Hyundai N's performance, 'Corner Rascal,' 'Racetrack Capability,' and 'Everyday Sportscar,' are fully embraced by the IONIQ 5 N, promising an unparalleled driving experience. With enhancements to the body-in-white (BIW) structure, featuring 42 additional welding points and extended adhesives up to 2.1 meters, the Corner Rascal capability shines.

Reinforced with a potent motor and battery, the IONIQ 5 N also boasts heightened front and rear subframes to solidify the car's overall stability and agility.

In the era of electrification, automotive giants like BMW and Hyundai are pushing boundaries by joining forces and inspiring each other to create groundbreaking electric vehicles. The stage is set for BMW's grand entrance into the EV landscape, with the fusion of Hyundai's technological prowess and BMW's engineering brilliance promising a revolution on wheels. Brace yourself for the dawn of a new era in the automotive industry - an electrifying and enthralling journey awaits!

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