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If you’re after an EV it’s well worth taking a look at the electric cars Hyundai has to offer. Because while the firm only sells three models of battery-powered cars at present, each is both appealing and hugely competent.

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Electric Hyundai car models: current range

Hyundai’s electric car offerings start at about £32,000 and top out at around £47,000, making the firm’s EVs some of the more affordable ones on the market.

Hyundai Kona Electric

The Hyundai Kona is offered in three varieties: there’s a conventional ‘self-charging’ hybrid, a plug-in hybrid model and a full electric car, the Kona Electric. With two battery sizes - 39 and 64 kiloWatt hours, the Kona EV can officially travel between 189 and 301 miles between charges, and will get you where you’re going with impressive refinement and in a comfortable cabin with lots of features.

Hyundai Ioniq 5

A stylish, funky EV, the Ioniq 5 is a cross between a hatchback and an SUV. Whatever class it fits in, though, the Ioniq 5 can travel between 238 and 315 miles, depending on whether you go for the smaller 58 kiloWatt hour battery, or spend a little more to get the 77kWh pack. An easy car to drive and smooth performer, the Ioniq 5 is comfortable, spacious, and has a nice sense of futurism about it that fits its electric status well.

Hyundai Ioniq 6

The Ioniq 6 is Hyundai’s range-topping EV, and like the 5 it’s a dramatically styled machine that really stands out from the crowd. All versions come with a 77kWh battery providing a range of up to 338 miles, while you can choose from rear or four-wheel drive. The interior is a really nice place to sit, even if we’d steer you away from the camera-based wing mirrors.

Hyundai electric cars FAQs

Hyundai’s cheapest EV, the Kona Electric, starts from around £32,000, while the range-topping Ioniq 6 is available from £47,000.
How far your electric Hyundai will go on a charge depends on the car in question and the size of its battery pack, plus whether it’s two or four-wheel drive (4x4 models have slightly reduced range). A Kona Electric with the smaller battery option officially manages 189 miles on a charge, while the Ioniq 6 can do up to 338 miles before it needs plugging in.
While having only three electric cars in its stable might seem like a low number, the truth is that each of Hyundai’s EVs is an excellent, thoroughly engineered machine that’s easy to live with and drive, and refined on a cruise. Hyundai’s electric cars have a good reputation for reliability, too, backed up by an excellent five-year/unlimited-mileage warranty.