Five things to know about the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric
Five things to know about the Hyundai Ioniq Electric.
It just might be the most normal looking electric car on the road.
It's just not weird from any angle.
Wait, I forgot that dumb car across the back.
It's a part of a three-pronged assault by Hyundai.
They have a regular hybrid, this full electric, and later on a plug-in.
There's not a plain gas engine in the whole bunch.
Hyundai has been a pioneer at integrating Amazon Echo and Google Home into their cars.
As well as Apple Car Play and Android Auto.
It's tempting to compare this guy to the Chevy Volt, but don't.
The ionic EV has about half the range of the Volt
And the Ioniq EV is the first of a new wave of truly cheap electric cars.
Effectively, around 22 grand for a base car if you live in one of the states that offers an EV credit and you qualify for the full federal credit as well.
You can by a lot of patience for charging with the thousands you just saved.
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