Eco-friendly, fun, and practical.

With its innovative range of all-electric vehicles, Hyundai is pushing the envelope of electric mobility. The lineup ranges from compact cars to SUVs. Enjoy high-torque fun, everyday ranges, and quiet, emission-free driving.

Woman standing in the sun, a Hyundai IONIQ 5 in the background.

Is it for you?

Battery Electric is now a good choice for you everyone who wants zero-emission, quiet, sophisticated, and fun driving experiences. And who wouldn't?

Electric driving technology.

Battery electric vehicles are a good choice for people who want zero tailpipe emissions, quiet and quick acceleration and have access to charging facilities.
  1. E-GMP platform of the Hyundai IONIQ 5 with the lithium-ion polymer battery pack.

    Lithium-ion polymer battery.

    Hyundai's lithium-ion polymer batteries have a lower memory sensitivity and excellent charge efficiency compared to conventional batteries. Choose the size of your battery pack depending on your driving range needs.
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  1. Electric motor of the IONIQ 5.

    Electric motors.

    The electric motor delivers high torque and high efficiency. It also delivers an impressive electric acceleration when you start driving. When braking, the electric motor serves as a generator to charge the battery.
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Smart technology for intelligent driving.

Regenerative braking systems charge the battery by using the electric motor to slow the car – maximising your range.
  1. Graphic illustrating the adjustable recuperative braking functionality in the Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Adjustable regenerative braking.

    Braking is optimised to get the most out of the regenerative braking system, helping maintain a healthy state of charge (SOC). The driver can easily adjust the level of regenerative braking through the paddle shifters behind the steering wheel.
  2. Graphic illustrating the adjustable recuperative braking functionality in the Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Regenerative braking levels.

    Level 0: Regenerative braking is not in operation and the battery is not being charged. Level 1 to level 3: With each level higher, the car decelerates more using the electric motor, increasing the charging strength at the same time. The higher the level, the more the car slows and charges the battery when you take your foot off the accelerator.
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  1. Graphic illustrating the 1-paddle mode in the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    1-paddle mode.

    It is also possible to actively brake the car using the paddle shifter. Simply pull the left paddle shifter and hold. You can slow the car to a complete stop in this way without pressing the conventional brake pedal.
  2. Graphic illustrating the shifter operation in the new Hyundai Kona Electric.


    Pull the left paddle shifter and hold to activate maximum strength regenerative braking. It is possible to stop the car in this way  – without using the conventional brake pedal. Charging strength is the strongest in this mode.
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  1. Graphic illustrating the smart regenerative braking in the new Hyundai Kona Electric.

    Smart regenerative braking.

    The smart regenerative braking system utilizes the on-board radar sensor to automatically control the level of regenerative braking to react to the traffic ahead. Additionally, it also detects if the car is driving up or downhill and adjusts accordingly.
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Charging and driving range.

Charging times and driving ranges have traditionally been the biggest concerns for potential buyers. With increased battery capacities, electric cars have become an easier choice. Especially when installing a wallbox at home or charging at work are good options.

How often do you need to charge?

Set the bar according to your daily commute and calculate the number of days between charges.


KONA Electric






Just as there is a range of factors that affect the fuel efficiency of an internal combustion engine (ICE), the total electric driving range will be affected by the size of the battery, your driving style, the outside temperature, any passengers you are carrying and more.

    The Hyundai IONIQ 5 electric vehicle pictured from the front in a beautiful scenery.

    Explore everyday electric mobility.

    Learn more about charging times, home wallboxes, cables & plugs, and electric vehicle costs.
    The Hyundai IONIQ 5 charging in a beautiful sunset.

    Charge myHyundai.

    The easy-to-use public charging solution that gives you access to over 355,000 charge points in 29 European countries.
    A man setting the charging schedule for the Hyundai IONIQ 5 with the Bluelink app.

    Bluelink App.

    In our Bluelink App, you can manage anything relating to charging your electric Hyundai or even prepare your right temperature.

    Our Electric Engines.

    Model Electric Power Power Torque Battery
    KONA Electric 100 kW 136 PS 395 Nm 39.2 kWh
    KONA Electric 150 kW 204 PS 395 Nm 64 kWh
    IONIQ 5 2-Wheel drive 168 kW
    239 PS 350 Nm 77.4 kWh
    IONIQ 5 2-Wheel drive 125 kW 170 PS 350 Nm 58 kWh
    IONIQ 5 All-Wheel drive 239 kW 325 PS
    605 Nm 77.4 kWh
    IONIQ 5 All-Wheel drive 173 kW
    234 PS 350 Nm 58 kWh
    IONIQ 5 N   240 kW 650 PS 770 Nm 48 kWh

    Explore an overview of our all-electric models.