It’s time for the Hyundai IONIQ Electric to be reviewed in the Fully Charged Show.
Robert Llewellyn described the IONIQ Electric as “an excellent machine, very sophisticated and cheaper than a 30kWh Nissan Leaf.”
The Hyundai IONIQ Electric offers a 174-mile range. Prices start from £24,495 (inclusive of the Government Plug-In grant of £4,500) for the Premium specification, with specific equipment including Automatic Windscreen Wipers with Rain Sensor, 16” alloy wheels, LED headlamps and rear combination lamps and Advanced Smart Cruise Control. Integrated satellite navigation is standard across the IONIQ Electric range.
ONIQ Electric Premium SE, available from £26,295 (again inclusive of the Plug-In car grant), features standard equipment such as leather seats with heated/ventilated front and heated rear seats, heated leather steering wheel and a driver power seat with Integrated Memory System, Blind Spot Detection, front Parking Sensors and EV-specific 16” alloy wheels.
All models feature a standard rapid charge compatibility, ensuring an 80 percent charge capability in just 33 minutes from a 50kW CCS Combo Rapid public charger, whilst a standard ICCB Charging Cable will allow charging from a domestic three-pin supply.