Hyundai reveals new Ioniq Electric pricing

Hyundai has announced pricing details for its updated Ioniq range and new Kona Hybrid, with the longer-range Ioniq Electric starting from £29,450 (inc. Plug-in Car Grant).

The price gets customers an Ioniq Electric with an increased range of 184 miles (WLTP) thanks to a larger capacity 38.3 kWh battery - up from 28 kWh. A more powerful motor is fitted, with 100 kW available rather than the previous generation's 88 kW.

Hyundai's new 10.25-inch infotainment system with telematics connectivity features, and there is a new smart regenerative braking system fitted to the Ioniq Electric.

Hyundai has updated the entire Ioniq range, not just the Electric model, and the Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid and Ioniq Hybrid also get the large infotainment system, plus driver controlled regenerative braking. The Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid's 8.9 kWh battery will allow for a driving range of 30 miles on a single charge.

The Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid will see prices start at £29,950, while the Ioniq Hybrid start art £22,795. Hyundai's Kona Hybrid will join the line-up, which includes the Kona Electric, with pricing from £22,495.

Sharing the drivetrain with the Ioniq Hybrid, the Kona Hybrid features a 1.56kWh battery and 32 kW motor supporting a 1.6 litre Atkinson-cycle petrol engine. Also featured are the 10.25-inch infotainment system and Bluelink telematics service.

With the updated Ioniq range, new Kona Hybrid, and the already available Kona Electric and Nexo hydrogen fuel cell model, Hyundai boasts one of the largest electric and electrified ranges on the market.

The new Kona Hybrid is available from 26th September, while the Ioniq range is available to order now. Deliveries are expected from 5th September.

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Chris Lilly

Author:Chris Lilly
Date Updated:9th Aug 2019

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