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Thinking of Buying an Electric Car? Read This First


Now, Hyundai Ireland‘s best-selling electric car brand are proudly unveiling the All-New IONIQ Electric to launch us into the next decade… and we can’t wait for you to meet it.

The All-New IONIQ is ready to usher in the era of electric mobility. Hyundai dealers can’t stop raving about its upgraded electric powertrain. Astonishingly, it will produce zero tailpipe emissions and provide drivers with an all-electric driving range of 312km on one single charge. The upgraded lithium-ion polymer battery needs less than an hour (54 minutes) to charge to 80% when using a 100 kW direct current fast-charger station.

Electric car - Hyundai Ioniq

There are plenty of fresh design elements included too. IONIQ’s refined, modern good looks are sure to grab your attention instantly. The proportions are finely balanced and taut. Be prepared to be blown away when you get in closer to look at the details.

And the IONIQ’s clean, aerodynamic exterior has been enriched with a range of new features. Powerful full LED headlamps slope elegantly into the sleek closed grille, proudly announcing its electric powertrain. Indeed, the iconic grille is still one of the key details helping to define the futuristic identity of the IONIQ while also staying true to the rules of good aerodynamics.

Electric car - Hyundai Ioniq

On the inside, a reimagined interior design is clean and uncluttered. Customers can enjoy the practicality of a 5-seat sedan that will ensure a level of comfort and connectivity without compromise. Of course, the interior has been created using a range of eco-friendly plastics and natural materials, including organic sugar cane and volcanic stone.

The IONIQ’S 10.25 inch touch screen offers much more than the standard suite of smartphone connectivity features. Its capabilities have been expanded to allow the extra-large screen to be split to display the navigation map on one section while performing different duties on the other section.

Electric Car - Hyundai Ioniq

Compared to its contemporaries, the IONIQ is affordable, no benefit-in-kind for company cars and prices start at just €34,850*. Try the BIK online calculator to calculate how much you can save on BIK when you choose a Hyundai electric car compared to a non-electric car.

(*Price includes: VRT exemption – €5,000, Residual VRT – €1,198 (Paid by Hyundai), SEAI grant – €5,000. Excludes metallic paint (€620) delivery and related charges. Subject to availability).

Why not book a test drive today and discover just why customers are flocking in such large numbers to Hyundai electric models by visiting www.hyundai.ie.


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