EPA tells us that the Niro EV has a 112 MPGe energy consumption and a 239 mile range. With a battery pack with the same size of the one presented by the Hyundai Kona Electric – 64 kWh – the Niro is a larger vehicle, which may help to explain the higher energy consumption. Were it more aerodynamic and lighter, the Niro EV could possibly be on the same level as the Hyundai CUV when it comes to energy efficiency.