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Development of Hyundai/Kia’s

LPI hybrid electric vehicles

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Abstract

The global issues of air pollution and fossil fuel shortages have created the demand for eco-friendly vehicles. The need to be socially responsible and to preserve the environment has driven Hyundai/Kia to successfully develop the first Liquefied Petroleum Injection (LPI) hybrid electric vehicle. The Hyundai/Kia hybrid will also be the first hybrid to use advanced Lithium-Ion Polymer batteries.

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Correspondence to Yong-Seok Kim PhD.

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Kim, Y., Sim, H. & Lee, K. Development of Hyundai/Kia’s. ATZ Autotechnol 9, 18–25 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03247101

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Keywords

  • Molybdenum Disulfide
  • Fuel Economy
  • Hybrid Electric Vehicle
  • Improve Fuel Economy
  • Battery Management System