Tag: Hyundai IONIQ electric
A pretty fun Hyundai IONIQ Electric and IONIQ hybrid comparison, done over on a 1,000 km (621 miles) stretch from Toronto, Canada to Ottawa and back.
After three years, the cheapest subscription (basically a modified lease) will cost you $9,900 to drive electric. If you live in California, anyway.
Bjørn Nyland with two friends conducted tests of the world's most efficient EV, the Hyundai IONIQ Electric with two Teslas - Model S 70D and Model X P90DL.
The U.S. EPA (apparently still a real agency) revealed its estimated annual fuel cost list for light vehicles sold in America, with the IONIQ Electric leading
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) presents an annual Greenest list, along with an award for the Greenest vehicle. The Hyundai Ioniq...
While it may have taken a bit longer than originally expected to arrive in the US, the new Hyundai IONIQ Electric, has been priced aggressively.
Hyundai spokesman Jim Trainor revealed that the U.S. debut of IONIQ Electric (and conventional hybrid version) will be held by the end of February.
This week, Hyundai will launch U.S. sales of its new Ioniq hybrid and Ioniq electric cars. O’Brien is bullish on their potential.
As it turns out, when connected to a 100 kW charger, the Hyundai IONIQ Electric accepts up to 70 kW of power, going from 10% to 94% of a fill in 30 minutes
Hyundai demonstrated its autonomous driving technology abilities in the form of a self-driving IONIQ prototype at CES this week, as a follow-up to the EV's debut...
The Hyundai IONIQ Electric has given the South Korean plug-in market a huge boost, which last month set a new record of more than 1,300 units sold (estimated...
Despite some pretty challenging conditions during a winter test drive in Norway, the Hyundai IONIQ Electric gets top marks
The Hyundai IONIQ Electric is making good ground in the Norwegian market, although it has been temporarily overshadowed by the newly upgraded BMW i3's loud debut...
Autocar recently tested four all-electric models competing in the compact class: BMW i3, Hyundai IONIQ Electric, Nissan LEAF and Volkswagen e-Golf.
Hyundai shared a major, game-changing announcement at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The company will offer the new Hyundai IONIQ electric through a negotiation-free...
The Hyundai IONIQ Electric travels some 351.1 km (218 miles) on a single charge in the city, at an average speed of just about 50 km/h (30 mph).
The Hyundai IONIQ Electric with 110 miles (171 km) of all-electric range is just now arriving to dealers, and Fully Charged puts one through its paces