Hyundai EV Lineup

Cars that rely exclusively on an internal combustion engine are widespread but quickly becoming things of the past. Hyundai is striving to become a carbon-neutral company by 2045, and it’s well on its way with its current lineup of electric vehicles. Below, you can explore the different electric vehicles that are currently in Hyundai’s collection.

Ioniq 5

Hyundai Ioniq 5 by mliu92 is licensed with CC BY-SA 2.0

The Ioniq 5 hit global markets in early February 2021 and has since become a popular electric SUV. It was the first vehicle that Hyundai built to be exclusively electric. The 2022 version is available in three trim levels: the SE, SEL, and Limited. The SE is the basic trim level, and the SEL and Limited versions are slightly more advanced. All versions have innovative, spacious interiors and ultramodern exterior designs. The three trim levels come with rear-wheel drive, but Hyundai’s exclusive HTRAC all-wheel-drive system is available for interested drivers.

If you’d like to discuss getting HTRAC all-wheel drive for your 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5, contact our dealership at Allen Turner Hyundai. We’ll work with you to get the exact vehicle you want, down to your preferred drivetrain.

Kona Electric

Modeled after the beloved Kona vehicle, the Kona Electric is an all-electric subcompact SUV that hit the U.S. market in 2019. It has a bolder exterior than its gas-consuming counterpart, making it stand out in the lineup. This tiny but mighty machine can achieve up to 201 horsepower, has an EPA-estimated range of 258 miles, and produces zero emissions. You can comfortably use it to take road trips and enjoy the various comfort, safety, and style features that it incorporates.

The Kona Electric’s motor provides instant torque, which allows for smooth acceleration. As you’re driving, you can benefit from this EV’s regenerative braking that charges the car’s battery using energy from the braking motion. You’ll create additional range and limit the number of stops you must make at a charging station.

Tucson Plug-In Hybrid

Unlike the first two vehicles we’ve discussed, this vehicle is a plug-in hybrid version of the popular Tucson model. This compact SUV uses an electric motor and an internal combustion engine to create optimal fuel efficiency. The HTRAC all-wheel drive comes standard with both trim levels, the SEL and Limited.

The SEL is the base trim level but has many impressive features. These features include 19-inch alloy wheels, Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist, and the Bluelink Connected Car System. With the premium Limited trim level, you can access features such as a Blind-Spot View Monitor, an expansive 10.25-inch infotainment screen, and Remote Smart Parking Assistance.

Santa Fe Plug-In Hybrid

The Santa Fe Plug-In Hybrid is similar to the Tucson Plug-In Hybrid, as both vehicles are SUVs that use an electric motor and an internal combustion engine. However, the Santa Fe Plug-In Hybrid has a longer body and more interior and cargo space. You may want to choose this option if you’re looking for a bigger family vehicle.

Even as a plug-in hybrid, the 2022 Santa Fe can achieve an all-electric range of 30 miles, meaning you can go quite some way before the internal combustion engine activates. In the 2022 Santa Fe’s SEL trim level, you can access convenient features, such as compatibility with the Hyundai Digital Key and a hands-free smart liftgate with automatic opening. You also have the option to get the Limited trim level and obtain high-end features, such as the Surround View Monitor and the Blind-Spot View Monitor.

Tucson Hybrid

The Tucson Hybrid is similar to the Tucson Plug-In Hybrid in terms of exterior build and interior features. However, it utilizes electric power differently. This SUV uses its electric power to propel itself when traveling at slower speeds. For instance, it’ll kick on its electric power when you’re crawling through traffic on a busy weekday morning. While in most driving conditions, it relies on the internal combustion engine.

The Tucson Hybrid is available in three different trim levels: the Blue, SEL, and Limited. The Blue trim level offers the best fuel economy, as you can achieve up to 38 mpg both in the city and on the highway. The SEL Convenience trim provides a good balance of convenience and tech features, such as a panoramic sunroof and a 10.25-inch digital cluster. Finally, with the Limited trim of the Tucson Hybrid, you can access high-end features like Remote Smart Parking Assist and a Blind-Spot View Monitor.

Santa Fe Hybrid

The Santa Fe Hybrid is an excellent SUV for family trips. It’s a spacious vehicle that gets great gas mileage of up to 36 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway. Some superb interior amenities that even come with the base trim level include a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, dual automatic temperature control, rear side-window sunshades, wireless device charging, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration.

Elantra Hybrid

The Elantra Hybrid is a smaller vehicle than the others we’ve mentioned so far, as it’s a sedan rather than an SUV. It features a bolder and more athletic appearance than its traditional Elantra counterpart, and it comes with plenty of premium convenience and advanced tech features. Get up to 56 mpg on the highway and 53 mpg in the city, and enjoy comfort features like heated and ventilated front seats.

Sonata Hybrid

The Sonata Hybrid is another sedan you can use to complete everyday commutes or long road trips. Take one look at its exterior lines, and you’ll see that Hyundai got some profound inspiration from the traditional coupe style. In addition to an impressive collection of tech and safety features, you can also opt for an available solar panel roof that can help charge the electric battery while you’re on the go.

If you’re ready to own an electric, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or fuel cell Hyundai vehicle, be sure to stop by our dealership at Allen Turner Hyundai. One of our team members can answer questions regarding anything from special offers and incentives to financing and leasing options for your new EV.