If you don't want the Ioniq 38 at 210 miles summer 180 winter (what I get - regular 160 mile winter drive & always 20+ miles in GOM when I arrive) but you don'r want the same car again, try the Ioniq 28! It will do 160 miles summer 120 winter, and has several benefits over the 38!
1) Quite a bit cheaper - what's not to like?
2) Rock solid batteries with low degradation reported. Some early 38s are undergoing batttery recall-&-swap at the mo, mine's due in appx 2 weeks time. Needs a VIN check if considering 2019 or early-mid 2020 builds. Otoh a new battery is a nice-to-have! 28s no such issues.
3) Properly air-cooled, so none of the present Coolant Fluid swap hassles that are starting to affect the 38s around now - mines showing signs of this problem. Am negotiating with my dealer to synchronise the Battery sawp plus a Coolant flush-and-swap to be done all at the same time. Hyundai seem to have changed theit coolant formula twice in last few months - now on version 3 "pink" stuff we believe. Will be a well-sorted car when all this is done, but it's all a bit topsy-turvy at the mo'. Not a reason to avoid the 38, just a lifetime glitch in process of being sorted.
4) Coolant changes at year 4 are pricey - appx £350 on top of usual service! Poss even more at year 6, tho haven't investigated this myself. 28 doesn use coolant for battery, so should be far cheaper.
5) Faster charging! Mine's maxing out around 33kW in this cold weather, 46 in summer up to 53% SOC, then drops to 33kW. 28 fills at 67 kW to about 67% SOC before dropping. (Might be slower in winter?)
Drawbacks of 28 over 38? 45 miles less range, less wty remaining, can't set an AC charge limit so it always tries to go to 100% SOC, smaller central screen. Can't think of anything else.
But if the range is ok, and you're happy to Rapid fll on longer trips, the 28's a cracker.
I chose the 38 as wanted to do my regular 160 mile winter trip non-stop, else I'd have bought a 28.