In Essex, England there is a new place to get away and enjoy nature: the Hyundai Hotel, an enclosure that feeds on the energy supplied by the ionic 5. Is carrying out a contest for 14 winners to have a free stay for one night.
Guests stay in a one bedroom cabin with white painted wooden planks covering the ceiling, floor and walls. There is also a rustic heater against one wall.
Once in the place, the visitors will be able to enjoy 200 acres Surroundings with a mixture of forest, cultivation and a stream. Plus, it’s close to the 81-mile Essex Way and Greensted Church, one of the oldest in the world.
Returning to the cabin, you can enjoy a separate bar and restaurant with an indoor and outdoor dining space. There will be a locally sourced three-course menu and matching cocktails selected by the food critic Grace Dent.
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Also, you will enjoy a projector and speakers where a film will be projected. There’s even a polymit machine, all powered by the Ioniq 5.
“I hope this three-week pop-up hotel is just the beginning of this concept of a car that connects and fuels a luxury experience like this.. I predict that guests will expect that this amazing hotel and the full experience it offers could be here again in 2023”Dent said.
The Ioniq 5 supplies up to 3.6 kilowatts or 15 amps of AC power 230 volts and 50 hertz. An adapter allows you to plug in UK appliances.
Cargo vehicle capability is becoming more common in EVs and some hybrids. For example, the F-150 Hybrid comes with a 2.4 kW generator and buyers can upgrade to a 7.2 kW unit.
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