2021 Hyundai Ioniq Electric Range and Charge Time
We’ll just come out and say it: the biggest fear with electric vehicles is how far they can go. But you don’t have to worry about that. While it may be harder to go on a cross-country road trip with an electric vehicle, your everyday commute or weekend getaway are easily done in an EV. How do we know that? Two reasons: range and charge time.
Here’s how far the Hyundai Ioniq EV goes on a single charge and low it takes to charge.
Range, MPGe, and Charge Time
The 2021 Hyundai Ioniq Electric has an EPA-estimated 170-mile range with a 38.3-kWh battery pack. That comes out to 121 MPGe. The 2021 Ioniq also comes with 7.2 kW charger, capable of reaching a full charge in about 6 hours with a 240V outlet. That’s 1-2 hours faster than similar 6.6 kW chargers on the same connection. DC fast-charging, like the kind you get from public refill stations, gets the 2021 Ioniq to 80% in 54 minutes.
The 2021 Ioniq line (Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid, and Electric) focuses not just on eco-friendly operation, but also ethical and green materials throughout its construction. For instance, where other vehicles used oil-based plastics, the Ioniq uses recycled plastic combined with powdered wood and volcanic stone. Similarly, raw material from sugar cane are used in the headlining and carpet, making for more eco-friendly construction and better recyclability down the line. Even the paint used on the Ioniq is better for the environment, with all paints deriving from soybean oil.
Interested in a Hyundai Ioniq?
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