Hyundai’s EV and hybrid range: what’s on offer?

Hyundai’s EV and hybrid range: what’s on offer?

We take a look at the South Korean manufacturer’s impressive range of electrified models…

When it comes to electrified models, Hyundai is up there at the front of the pack.

The South Korean firm already boasts a fairly comprehensive range of electric and hybrid cars, each with impressive range, bags of technology and plenty to tempt buyers in. We take a look at what it offers…

Kona Electric

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Hyundai’s current flagship EV is its in-demand Kona Electric. The battery-powered crossover has barely been on sale a year, but orders are flying in so hot you’ll be waiting into 2020 to get your hands on this sought-after car.

It’s easy to see why so many buyers are interested. In 64kWh form, it boasts a claimed 279-mile range that ensures range anxiety is a thing of the past, while luxury features such as wireless phone charging, a Krell premium audio system and heated/ventilated seats add to its appeal.

Kona Hybrid

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Set to arrive later in 2019 is the Kona Hybrid — the stepping stone for those not quite ready to switch to a full EV but want to dip their toes in the electrified waters (don’t try this metaphor at home). Powered by a 1.6-litre petrol engine linked to an electric motor, Hyundai says the crossover can return an impressive 66mpg on the combined cycle while emitting just 99g/km in CO2.

Standard fit items such as a 10.25-inch infotainment system, 18-inch alloys, LED headlights and a heated steering wheel ensure its as big on kit as it is efficiency too.

IONIQ Hybrid, Plug In and Electric

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Last month, Hyundai revealed a raft of upgrades to its Hyundai IONIQ range, enhancing the models appeal. Remaining the only car on sale available with a hybrid, plug-in or electric powertrain, the IONIQ now features a revised look to keep it up to date, increased levels of safety tech and more equipment.

Most interestingly, the Electric benefits from a larger battery pack — increased from 28kWh to 38.3kWh. This should up range to 182 miles. A new 7.2kWh on-board charger also allows for Type 2 AC charging, resulting in a 0-80 per cent charge time of 54 minutes at a 100kW outlet. 


Though hydrogen cars are a niche option in the UK, those who have the ability to run such a vehicle should turn to the NEXO for their emissions-free driving experience. The electric fuel-cell machine has a range of almost 500 miles between fill-ups, and is topped up like a regular petrol or diesel car — but at a hydrogen pump instead.

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