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Hyundai Ioniq 2020 review: Electric snapshot

The Hyundai Ioniq Electric is the greenest option in the Ioniq family.

The Hyundai Ioniq Electric is the greenest option in the Ioniq family, ditching the petrol engine of the hybrids in favour of an battery and electric motor combo.

The Ioniq Electric makes use of a 100kW and 295Nm electric motor, fed by a bigger-for-2020 38.3kWh battery.

That power is fed through a single-speed gearbox. It will deliver 311km in driving range between recharging, and speaking of which, you’ll get from empty to 80 per cent full in a little under an hour using a 100kW fast charger, or a little over six hours when plugged into a wall box at home.

The Ioniq Electric Elite ($48,490) arrives with LED DRLs, a 10.25-inch multimedia (the biggest that's ever appeared in a Hyundai) screen that's both Apple CarPlay and Android Equipped, and an Infinity eight-speaker stereo. You’ll din single-zone climate control, electric folding mirrors and rain sensing wipers and a seven-inch TFT screen in the driver's binnacle.

The Ioniq Electric Premium ($52,490) adds leather appointed seats, smart cruise, LED headlights, heated and ventilated front seats and a sunroof.

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Andrew Chesterton
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