Electric cars are gaining momentum all the time, and the revised electric Ioniq positions itself as a quality option with Hyundai build quality and practicality.
We've added a Hyundai Ioniq Electric to our long-term test fleet, so that we can take a closer look at living with the full-electric version of Hyundai's clever small car.
When the images of the 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 were released last month, feedback was universally positive. The five-door hatch-style body, with a slick mixture of modern design elements and retro-inspired flourishes, looked very impressive but would this translate to the production model? In short, yes! Hyundai Australia has been able to secure an Ioniq 5 for evaluation and we had the chance to get a closer look, inside and out...
The Hyundai Ioniq hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and electric car range has been updated just 12 months after going on sale. There's more tech, but prices have risen.
The Kona Electric might be getting all the attention lately, but Hyundai also has the Ioniq Electric on offer. Can it spark your interest?
The Hyundai Ioniq plug-in hybrid will do 60km on electric power, and has a petrol engine servicing as backup. Is this having your cake and eating it, or needless complexity?
Australia's most affordable electric vehicle is here. The best part? It doesn't drive like a science experiment.
The Hyundai Ioniq is a compelling Toyota Prius rival that goes without the polarising design. However, the imminent PHEV and EV versions are the real tech showcases...
The Hyundai Nexo has a fuel cell drivetrain that runs on compressed hydrogen, emits only water and heat, can drive 600km between refills, and only needs five minutes at the 'bowser'. Is this the zero-emissions car we've been dreaming of?
As one of the biggest players in the hybrid segment, Toyota has dominated with the Prius. But, Hyundai's Ioniq offers an equally green product, without the science project looks. Can it offer buyers a decent alternative?