The Hyundai IONIQ Electric Car is a grown up family EV
There’s a Premium and Premium SE pack, included in both options as standard is a long list of high tech specs, including;
- Cruise Control – Smart Adaptive Speed Control With Stop And Go Function
- Electric Heated Door Mirrors
- Parking System – Rear Camera And Guidance System
- Steering Wheel Audio, Phone and Cruise Controls
- 8″ Touchscreen Sat Nav
- USB Connections and Wireless Phone Charging Pad
- Hill Start Control
- Smart Key Entry
- LED Lights
- Air Conditioning and Auto De-Fog Windscreen
There’s not much missing from the standard pack but the Premium SE package also gets you heated rear seat, electric adjusting drivers seat with memory function. Front Parking Sensors, blind spot detection system and rear cross traffic alert are also included in the upgrade.
Hyundai Ioniq Range and Charging
As with all electric cars the supplied standard charging cable for the household socket takes approximately 12 hours for a full charge. Using a home wall box or a public AC charging station can get you 1005 charged in less than 4.5 hours.
Using a DC power source is the fastest way to charge your IONIQ Electric. 80% Charging time is approximately 30 minutes on a 50 kW DC charger.
It has a 28 lithium-ion battery pack with a manufacturers max range of 174 miles and a top speed of 103 mph.
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