Others talk about change, we're driving it.

Driving that doesn't cost the Earth.

Future generations shouldn't have to choose between their cars and their planet. That's why our long-term aim is to be creating vehicles that have as small an impact on the environment as possible, because their powertrains require no fossil fuels, and they emit no CO2 or other pollutants.

To make this vision everyone's reality, we spend every day pursuing the technological evolution of efficiency and performance in the form of brilliant, radical, alternative-powered vehicles.

  • New energy sources
  • Electrify your drive
  • Hydrogen

Using new energy sources.

We apply advanced technologies to our models and pursue the technological evolution of efficiency and performance. Through research on emission-free fuel sources and the power of lithium batteries, we've created 3 key powertrains to ensure there is an eco-friendly option to suit every lifestyle.

Electric.
Australia’s electricity production is mainly sourced from coal, which is why we’re focusing on renewable solar and wind energy with our industry partners to ensure energy production becomes a sustainable practice.
Hydrogen.
Hydrogen is one of the most common and sustainable molecules on the planet, which can be produced using renewable resources such as wind, solar and biomass.
Hybrid.
Balancing emissions is the entry point for green initiatives as society works towards reducing the reliance on fossil fuels and unsustainable energy sources.

Electrify your drive.

Harnessing the power of a high-density, lithium-ion battery, electric vehicles offer the perfect transition to zero-emission driving. They’re whisper quiet, expel no carbon emissions, and cost much less per kilometre to run without compromising on torque or instant acceleration.

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Hydrogen. The fuel of the future.

Hydrogen fuel cells produce electricity by storing hydrogen under high pressure. They take just a few minutes to fully charge, are whisper quiet, offer excellent fuel economy and emit nothing but pure water, making it by far the cleanest and most sustainable long-term fuel option around.

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Global initiatives.

The technology powering our eco range.

We place great importance in the technology powering Hyundai's eco range. Whether it's the flexible charging options, the smart safety features or our competitive 8 year battery warranty[H2], now's a great time to drive clean.

Zero CO2 emissions.
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Charge at home or on the go.
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Instant torque.
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Safer vehicles.
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Incentives.
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Lithium ion battery with 8 year warranty.
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Need help picking the right eco car?

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Kona Electric

Australia's first 100% electric SUV that offers 449km[R1] of range on a single charge.

  • $63,607* - $70,522 D/A
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IONIQ Electric

It’s time to plug-into the future of driving with up to 331km [R2] of range for daily commuting.

  • $52,936* - $57,656 D/A
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IONIQ Hybrid

Combining a petrol engine and petrol motor to reduce emissions while maximising fuel efficiencies.

  • $38,717* - $44,583 D/A
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IONIQ Plug-in Hybrid

Embrace the luxury of exploring the country with a petrol engine, or zip around town purely using the electric motor.

  • $46,294* - $51,517 D/A

Impressed yet? We're only just getting started.

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Going green can be rewarding.

At Hyundai we believe in a sustainable future, where each person is empowered to make sustainable and cost efficient choices.

Power your car and home, for less.
Helping our customers save, through a partnership between Hyundai and Origin Energy.
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Working with Car Next Door to lower carbon emissions.
An easy, reliable way to offset the costs of owning your car by renting out to a community of trusted borrowers.
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You can track your Eco Score with Hyundai Auto Link.

Use the Hyundai Auto Link smartphone app to stay connected with your vehicle. Each trip records your eco score so you can easily keep track of your driving stats.

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Ready to go eco?

 

Learn more about eco.

The Future is Electric NRMA EV.
CSIRO National Hydrogen Roadmap 2018.
QFleet Electric Vehicle Transition Strategy.
Hydrogen COAG White Paper 2018
Advancing Queensland's Hydrogen Industry 2018.
New Policy Proposal Recharging The Economy.
ACT's Transition to Zero Emissions Vehicles Action Plan 2018-2021.
Hydrogen Info Graphic 2018.
Recharging The Economy.
South Australian Hydrogen Roadmap 2017.
State of EVs in Australia 2017.
The Future is Electric Queensland's Electric Vehicle Strategy 2017.
The State of Electric Vehicles in Australia 2018.
Australian EV Market Study Report 2018.

Terms & Conditions.

[C1] IONIQ Electric boasts a charging rate up to 7.2kW that takes just 6 hours 5 minutes to charge when connected to a charging station of equal or higher capacity.

Figure based on WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure) static laboratory combined average city and highway cycle test, which measure, energy consumption, range and emissions in passenger vehicles, designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. Real life driving results will vary depending on a combination of driving style, type of journey, vehicle configuration, battery age and condition, use of vehicle features (such as heating and air conditioning), as well as operating, environmental and climate conditions.

[H1] Source: #1 2020 IONIQ Electric, and #2 is 2020 Kona Electric from Green Vehicles Guide

[H2] If the vehicle has been used for private and domestic purposes and is not and has not been previously used for a commercial application, including but not limited to taxi, hire, rental, courier, security, driving school, tour, bus operator or emergency vehicle. Vehicles used at any time for “commercial application”, as defined in the vehicle warranty policy, are excluded. Passenger vehicles that are or have been used for a commercial application are provided with a 5 year/130,000km warranty (whichever occurs first). An iMax that is used or has been used for a commercial application is provided with a 5 year/160,000km warranty (whichever occurs first). An iLoad is provided with a 5 year/160,000km warranty (whichever occurs first) regardless of its usage. Commercial application does not include Hyundai Genesis vehicles used for hire/limousine purposes. Refer to full warranty terms and conditions for details and exclusions. Read More.

[R1] Kona Electric: Range is based on WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure) static laboratory combined average city and highway cycle test, which measure, energy consumption, range and emissions in passenger vehicles, designed to provide figures closer to real-world. Real life driving results will vary depending on a combination of driving style, type of journey, vehicle configuration, battery age and condition, use of vehicle features (such as heating and air conditioning), as well as operating, environmental and climate conditions.

[R2] IONIQ: Figure based on WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure) static laboratory combined average city and highway cycle test, which measure, energy consumption, range and emissions in passenger vehicles, designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. Real life driving results will vary depending on a combination of driving style, type of journey, vehicle configuration, battery age and condition, use of vehicle features (such as heating and air conditioning), as well as operating, environmental and climate conditions.

[R3] Nexo: Based on Australian Design Rule 81/02 static laboratory combined average city and highway cycle test (same as New European Driving Cycle test as defined by UN/ECE R101), and may not reflect real life driving results. Real life driving results will vary depending on a combination of driving style, type of journey, vehicle configuration, battery age and condition, use of vehicle features (i.e. heating and/or air conditioning), as well as operating, environmental and climate conditions. ADR 81/02 and NEDC test results are meant for comparison purposes only.

[R4] Excludes electric vehicles.