Just been surfing the Hyundai website, in their Alt Fuels type area, and noticed that the text indicates that the Nexo Fuel cell car is at the spearhead of their approach - away from pure BEV possibly ?
who knows; but that's not the point - it may be that the Nexo has always been their alt-fuel spearhead and I just haven't noticed - but they don't list the Kona EV as a new car now, plus the ioniq is only getting a smallish battery upgrade - I'm just wondering if these are signs of something rather than just "facts"
AfAIK the reason the Ioniq is only getting a small battery upgrade is because there isn't room to fit a larger set in. It's a low slung car with no underfloor space. But that helps the Cd a lot, and makes it more efficient than SUV styles.
Hello all. I have recently received my email from Hyundai asking me to place my order for the Kona. However, one of my doubts about going ahead is that I find the service schedule of 10,000 miles or 1 year a little ridiculous for a car with less moving parts than my old diesel with an 18,0000...
Many of you may be aware I drive a Soul as my cab in Brighton and have done for over 2 years.
A colleague of mine is very interested in leasing the new 38kw Ionic but has been told it is not possible to lease one if he intends to use it as a cab ?
Apparently Hyundai do not allow it ?
After having run a Nissan Leaf 24 kWh for 3 years from 2014, I am now returning to the world of EV's following the end of the lease on my Volvo XC90 diesel. This has proven to be a wonderful car to drive and use daily due to its build and luxury appointments however the choice of EV's and range...
Don't know wether anyone else has noticed, but the ioniq now advertised on the website for build and order is the new 2nd gen 38kwh - to me, it seems that the pricing is the same as the old one, but not 100% about that !!