All electrified Hyundai, which to choose

Hyundai’s goal is to achieve an 8-10% share of the global electric car market by 2025.

To achieve this ambitious goal, the South Korean manufacturer has already begun to electrify its range and currently all the various declinations are in the list: mild hybrid, Full Hybrid, plug-in hybrid and full electric.

His www.electricdays.it official website of Electric Days Digital 2021 we help you in choosing the right model for your needs.

Hybrid for all tastes

The mild hybrid technology allows to obtain a reduction in consumption and CO2 emissions of around 7%. In this case, the small 48 V system supports the heat engine only in some phases and we find it present on the 1.0 turbo of the i20 and i30 and on the 1.6 turbo of the new Tucson.

Switching to full hybrids, thermal and electric engines work in a combined way and you can travel a few kilometers with zero emissions. Several Hyundai models offer this possibility: from the Ioniq Hybrid sedan and the Kona Hybrid compact SUV to the larger Tucson Hybrid and Santa Fe Hybrid SUVs.

Hyundai Tucson 2021

Hyundai Tucson Hybrid

Hyundai Santa Fe 20th Anniversary

Hyundai Santa Fe

In plug-in hybrid models, the larger battery size allows you to travel over 50km in electric mode. Unlike mild and full, in plug-ins it is the driver who decides whether to travel with zero emissions or in hybrid mode, thus making the thermal and electric units communicate. The so-called “plug” hybrids in the range are the Ioniq Plug-In, the Tucson Plug-in (coming in the next few months) and the Santa Fe Plug-In.

2019 Hyundai Ioniq Electric

Hyundai Ioniq Electric

Hyundai Kona Electric restyling (2021)

Hyundai Kona Electric

To get the maximum benefits in terms of emissions and government incentives there are the 100% electric models Ioniq Electric and Kona Electric. Both use a 64 kWh battery, but have different stated ranges with the Kona reaching up to 660km in the city.

Further information on the electrified range of the South Korean house can be found in Hyundai page of the official website of Electric Days Digital 2021.


Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.

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