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Explore Hyundai range of electric and hybrid cars

Hyundai have evolved massively as a brand throughout the last decade; they now have an impressive line-up of technologically advanced vehicles that have proven very popular in every sector of the current market.

Unsurprisingly then, they are continuing their expansion into the new world with their growing range of electric and hybrid-powered vehicles. Compared with other manufacturers in the market, Hyundai have been very pro-active in their model offerings, which gives customers plenty of choice when selecting a "green" vehicle that suits their requirements.

Below we have given a brief overview of Hyundai's available hybrid and electric vehicles, alongside the differences between the types of drivetrain.

What's the difference?

  • Mild Hybrid vehicles have two sources of power, a conventional engine and a battery driven electric motor. The electric motor does not power the car; it assists it.

  • Hybrid vehicles have two sources of power. They automatically switch between the conventional engine and electric power depending on speed.

  • Plug-in Hybrids have two power sources, similar to Hybrid (HEV) vehicles. The batteries are larger, allowing you to travel further. They need plugging into the mains to recharge.

  • All-electric vehicles are driven purely by electricity. They need recharging before you can drive anywhere.

Hyundai hybrid and electric vehicles

  • Hybrid

    Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid improves by adding an electric motor that works in perfect harmony with the combustion-powered engine to maximise efficiency and reduce carbon footprint.

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  • Plug-in Hybrid

    If you want a hybrid-powered vehicle that's even better for the environment and really comes into its own in the urban jungle, then you can't go wrong with the Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in Hybrid.

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  • All-electric

    With the ability to cover up to 194 miles on a brimmed battery, the IONIQ Electric can be used in the real world with ease. On top of that, owners will benefit from a silent drive.

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  • Hybrid

    Now available as a Hybrid, Kona owners can benefit from a vehicle that is kinder to the environment while offering considerably lower running costs on an annual basis.

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  • All-electric

    If the Kona Hybrid isn't quite green enough for you, then the Kona Electric is the perfect alternative. An exceptional driving range of up to 278 miles is available on a single charge.

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Evans Halshaw Hyundai