Coming in 2017.
The all-electric model features a 28 kWh lithium-ion polymer battery (LiPo) that delivers an EPA-rated all-electric range of 124 mi (200 km). Hyundai expected the Ioniq to deliver a range of 180 km (110 mi).
The Ioniq Electric has a 88 kW (120 PS) electric motor with 295 Nm of torque, and can be charged up to 80% in 24 minutes at 100 kW with a DC fast charging station. An integrated In-Cable Control Box (ICCB) also allows drivers to charge their Ioniq at a regular household outlet. The charging plug of the car is located in a position where gas fillers are normally located. The Ioniq features paddle shifters to allow drivers to choose from one of four levels of regenerative braking.

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Hyundai Ioniq Electric User Reviews

  1. Similar to the Nissan LEAF, the Hyundai IONIQ is an attractive fully electric car with a great value. It seems a little more luxurious and larger than a Nissan LEAF, but I didn’t have a ton of time with it. I’m sure some people prefer the styling of the IONIQ, but I personally am not thrilled by it (it looks very plain/boring to me) and prefer the LEAF, but it’s not bad, especially in person.

    The handling of the LEAF also seemed a little nicer to me — the Hyundai IONIQ steering is “softer” than I like. But, again, I had just a short time with the car.


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