$A44990+ (estimated base price)
Available: Q4, 2018
Australia's first all-electric vehicle priced at under $50,000! Hyundai developed the IONIQ models (all-electric, a plug-in hybrid and plain hybrid) according to the motto: "All good things come in threes". With a total of three drive types, the Ioniq appeals to drivers who are looking for something special and want to buy an elegant symbiosis of high-tech, sustainability and comfort. The purely electric IONIQ is powered by a 88kW engine with a torque of 295Nm. The real world range of 230 km for a pure electric car is certainly enough to meet everyday travel needs.
|EV Type||BEV||Charging Plugs (AC)||Type 2|
|BEV Range (km)||280||Charging Plugs (DC)||CCS2|
|Real World Range (km)||230||Max Charge Rate (kW, AC/DC)||7/100|
|Battery Size (kWh)||28||Tow Rating (kg)|
|Max. Power (kW)||88||Max. Torque (Nm)||295|
Reviews & Road Trips
- Test Drive: Hyundai Ioniq and the “new normal” in electric cars - Hyundai has made every effort to make its Ioniq electric vehicle range look normal or average. The driving experience is anything but.
- Hyundai Ioniq with enhanced range will be available in Australia soon - Hyundai unveils new all-electric Ioniq with 38kWh battery and a slightly longer driving range. But hasn't yet revealed the new price.
- Hyundai Ioniq range gets mid-series refresh for 2019 - A mid-range refresh of hybrid and PHEV Hyundai Ioniq will give them some choice features borrowed from the Kona Electric, with the BEV to follow.
- Hyundai Ioniq sales off to fast-start, with full battery version preferred - Hyundai says first shipments of Ioniq already sold out, with most customers opting for the full-electric version. The delivery happens on Friday.