Hyundai Electric Vehicle Models for 2022  

Hyundai offers three electric cars for the 2022 model year. Let's explore the main highlights of such efficient vehicles from this successful auto brand.

Insight on 2022 Hyundai Electric Vehicles

When it comes to affordability, the 2022 Hyundai Kona is virtually unrivaled in the entire segment for electric vehicles. This compact crossover SUV carries one of the lowest starting prices on the marketplace in North America. You can also qualify for a significant federal rebate and other government subsidies on the purchase of this efficient family car. Following rigorous codes from the EPA, the 2022 Kona delivers an estimated driving range of 260 miles in normal conditions. Delivering up to 201 net hp, the electric powertrain is suitable for efficient cruising and swift acceleration on public roads. If you connect the 2022 Kona to a Level III charging hub that's rated at 100 peak kW, you won't have to wait longer than 50 minutes for a recharge of up to 80%. If you plug the lithium-ion battery into a 50-kW charging interface, you'll have to wait slightly more than 60 minutes for replenishment of 80%. The default Level II charger will keep you waiting for more than 9 hours for an 80% recharge. A single-speed transmission system and regenerative braking are some other important mechanical components that propel this agile Hyundai EV.

Making a splendid debut in the United States, the 2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 competes well against other rivals nationwide. This compact crossover SUV runs on a 225-hp motor that ensures instant acceleration. A 303-mile driving range is another top highlight of this all-new electric car. Operating at nearly 700 volts, the lithium-ion battery has a peak capacity of over 77 kWh. Using a rapid-charging system that's rated at more than 250 kW, you can recharge the Li-ion battery from 10 to 80% in just under 20 minutes. This premium Hyundai EV also has paddle shifters that control the regenerative braking technology. The default rear-wheel drive system extracts all available power from the electric powertrain. If you want better all-weather performance, choose the HTRAC all-wheel drive system. This lightweight electric car can even tow a maximum of 1,650 pounds for recreational purposes. Additionally, a five-link suspension system softens the ride inside this all-new EV. If you want a more affordable electric model, consider the IONIQ hatchback. Rated at 130 hp, the vehicle's powertrain ensures a driving range of 170 miles.

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