2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric: First Drive Review

2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric In Nacogdoches, TX
2017 Hyundai Ioniq EV

2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric

Electromobility has been on the minds of engineers and automobile experts for decades now. In recent years, though, consumers and automobile manufacturers alike have turned even more of their attention towards green driving. Since 2011, the market has offered several electric vehicles with one big drawback—their limited mileage. Brands continue to work on cars with an increased mile range, and now there’s a new competitor in town: the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric.

Specifications

The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric—which also comes in a hybrid and a plug-in hybrid version—combines efficiency With Hyundai’s well-built standards. The Ioniq Electric is promised to have a range of 124 miles. In addition to its approachable range, the Hyundai Ioniq Electric is also practical on the inside, with more room for passengers than competitors like the Nissan Leaf and the Chevy Bolt. Its low, hatchback style gives it a sleek look on the road, and it drives just as smoothly.

Want To Switch?

If you’ve been thinking of switching to electric, there’s no better time. The new 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric is one of the best, most affordable options out there. Call us at Rex Perry Hyundai to learn more about the Hyundai Ioniq lineup.

Upcoming Hyundai Ioniq EV Range Announced: 110 Miles

Every year, it seems like electric vehicles become more and more impressive. And who is leading the pack? Hyundai – who just announced that the new Hyundai Ioniq EV range will be about 110 miles, achieved by just a single charge.

Hyundai Ioniq EV Range

The diverse new Hyundai Ioniq will be offered in three different forms: electric, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid. However you’d like to save fuel and money, there is a Hyundai Ioniq option for you.

We’ve also learned that the electric Ioniq will have four levels of regenerative braking, which the driver can switch between with paddles behind the steering wheel. The vehicle will also use an “eco-routing” system for navigation, aiming to save even more energy.

The hybrid and battery electric versions of the Hyundai Ioniq are scheduled to hit dealerships this year, while the plug-in hybrid variant should arrive early next year. Until then, if you’d like to check out a current Hyundai model – visit us anytime at Perry Hyundai.