2022 I5 SEL Lucid Blue
Being a designer and a troubleshooter are two different things. There just isn't enough data for these to be able to say what's wrong because it's a brand new system. I said the same thing you are saying at 8000 miles but here I am. Hopefully it's just an isolated few but those of us that have had the issue, have not found real solutions. But you're also right, Hyundai isn't doing well with training and addressing these types of things.That's exactly my point. They don't have qualified people that understand their own systems. This is really sad and shameful for a major car company. Any mechanical system should be able to be troubleshooted for any problem that occurs. The systems do not have serious issues. They just need someone that understands how they work. They sent an incompetent engineer.
Thousands of units perform exceptionally, mine being one. I have over 11,000 miles on the car and have just returned from a grueling 5400 mile trip in summer heat at the charging station as high as 102 degrees while fast charging at up to 230kw. The cooling system was phenomenal coming in hot off 2 hrs. of 75 mph speeds. It kicks in automatically keeping everything cooled down maintaining the fast charging we expect.