Four players did training ‘powered’ by the V2L function of the crossover
Hyundai presented last week the new its new electric vehicle + Itronic Ioniq 5 – which you can find out about in detail here – and the launch promotion went through the Chelsea football club’s training ground with the first example on British soil.
One of the characteristics of the Ioniq 5 is its possibility of being also a source of electrical energy, either internally – for devices such as computers, for example – or externally for charging, also for example , electric scooters.
In this promotional action, four Chelsea FC footballers proves the V2L (Vehicle-to-Load) function with 3.6 kWh of power and connected the automatic ball launchers to the Ioniq 5 and they were also put to the test.
Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta, goalkeeper Edouard Mendy, defender Ben Chilwell and forward Olivier Giroud’s get along well with the first ‘pressure’ they are subjected to, but when the intensity increases, the electrical capabilities of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 seem to be sufficient to win this ‘game’ …