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2019 Hyundai Ioniq Range Review

While battery tech remains expensive, the 2019 Hyundai Ioniq range of hybrid, plug-in hybrid EV and full EV models won't win any 'best budget buy' awards, but there is good value here nonetheless. Even the base models are well equipped, and the Hybrid is more affordable than the rival Prius. So, of the three variants, which should you consider?

Ioniq Interview: Hyundai's Scott Nargar talks Ioniq Electric

We chat with Hyundai Australia's Scott Nargar about the capabilities and expectations for the new Ioniq Electric. FULL STORY HERE...

Review: 2019 Hyundai Ioniq Electric first drive

Buyers who walk into a Hyundai dealer won't be disappointed by the Ioniq, whether they drive the PHEV or the EV. It's the Electric we're most excited about, though, because of what it represents for the local electric market. It'll be an introduction to electric power for lots of people and, rather than frightening them with an otherworldly driving experience, it manages to highlight the tech's benefits without feeling threatening, or strange...

2018 Hyundai Ioniq review: Hyundai's hybrid hope

The Hyundai Ioniq has now entered the Australian market. Here initially as a hybrid, it will be joined by PHEV and EV versions in the future. How does the hybrid model go? Let's find out.

2018 Hyundai Nexo review: World first drive

The Hyundai Nexo is an innovative new hydrogen-fuelled electric SUV. We've now driven it, and so the question: could this be the ideal electric vehicle of the future?

2017 Hyundai Ioniq review

Read the full article here. There's nothing that screams hybrid more than a Toyota Prius. In fact, it's so popular across that world that over 10 million Prius liftbacks have been sold since the car was first revealed in 1997. Hyundai wants a slice of that lucrative green vehicle pie, which is why the company has invested millions into this car, the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq...

2016 Hyundai Ioniq hybrid - NYIAS 2016

Read the article here. Hyundai has released details of the full-range of the Ioniq model at this week's New York auto show. The Hyundai Ioniq will become the first vehicle to use the same platform for a standard hybrid, plug-in hybrid and full electric vehicle. It will become a direct rival for the fourth-generation Toyota Prius, which will not be available in Australia as a plug-in or EV...

2017 Hyundai Ioniq plug-in hybrid electric : 2016 Geneva Motor Show

Read the article here. The Ioniq Electric is powered by an electric motor with 88kW of power and 295Nm of torque. The motor drives the front wheels via single-speed transmission. Top speed is rated at 165km/h, and the electric hatch is said to have a range of around 250km when its 28kWh lithium-ion polymer battery is fully charged...