Drive behind an electric Hyundai Kona and you wouldn’t know it was an electric car. With around 5 months of ownership and 5,000 kms, I thought I’d share my opinion on the journey so far.
My Hyundai Ioniq Electric Elite arrived on the 28th of December 2018 and in the month of ownership, I’ve driven over 3,500km. As the first person many people know to own an electric car, I’ve been bombarded with questions about it. Now that I’m familiar with the car, here’s answers to the most common queries I’ve received!
Pricing and specs are finally available for the Hyundai Ioniq Electric (2 years after the rest of the world, but better late than never). If you’re wondering how the economics of owning Australia’s cheapest EV works out to owning Australia’s cheapest hybrid over a 5 year/150,000km period, Drive Zero is here to do the boring…
Hyundai is set to finally start selling the Ioniq Electric in Australia on December 10th, 2018. Drive Zero has received a scanned version of the brochure used to train sales staff at dealers planning to sell the Ioniq. It contains all the Australian relevant info you need that is currently lacking from Hyundai’s website. Download…
With the electric version of the Kona due to hit Australia in early 2019, this guide will give you the rundown on the Kona EV, telling you everything you need to know about the greenest new addition to the popular Hyundai line.
As the Hyundai Kona EV goes on display at the New York Motor Show, Hyundai Australia confirms intentions to sell the compact SUV late 2018/early 2019
The IONIQ is scheduled to show up in Australian showrooms mid-year, in both battery and plug-in hybrid variants. We’re keeping our fingers crossed! Here’s our full guide.
Hyundai has announced a pure electric version of the popular Kona small SUV that will be available in Australia late 2018.
Get excited small SUV fans, as Huyndai has confirmed that Australia will get an EV version of the Kona before the end of 2018.