2020 Hyundai Ioniq Electric
$A48490+ (estimated base price)
The new 2020 Hyundai Ioniq has a boosted battery and longer range than the 2019 model. Hyundai developed the IONIQ models (all-electric, a plug-in hybrid and plain hybrid) according to the motto: "All good things come in threes". An increased max output delivers 110kW power with a torque of 295Nm. The real world range of 274km is a step up from the 2019 model's 230km range. Inside, mood lighting and an updated dash make for great user experience, and outside a redesigned grille area makes the 2020 Hyundai Ioniq distinct from its predecessor.
|EV Type||BEV||Charging Plugs (AC)||Type 2|
|BEV Range (km)||311||Charging Plugs (DC)||CCS2|
|Real World Range (km)||274||Max Charge Rate (kW, AC/DC)||7/50|
|Battery Size (kWh)||38.3||Tow Rating (kg)
|Max. Power (kW)||110||Max. Torque (Nm)||295|
Reviews & Road Trips
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