Hyundai Ioniq Electric

About the size of a Toyota Prius, the Hyundai Ioniq goes two better by offering three electrification options – Hybrid, plus a Plug-in hybrid and Electric.

The Electric has proved most popular since launching in 2018, combining the pure EV experience with a choice of specification (Elite or the more highly-equipped Premium), spacious hatchback packaging for five adults and a decent boot (but no spare), good performance, agile cornering capabilities and excellent aftersales service.


Motor: Synchronous electric permanent-magnet
Transmission/drive: Single-speed reduction gear/FWD
Battery: 38.3kWh Lithium Ion
Power/torque: 100kW/295Nm
0-100km/h: 9.7s
Consumption: 13.8kWh/100km
Electric range: 311km
Warranty: 5yr/unlimited
Battery warranty: 8yr/160,000km
Safety rating: 5 stars

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