Explore your curiosity

We encourage you to satisfy your curiosity about electric cars at the Hyundai Explore Electric Event.

Explore the range and find out key facts about owning an EV below.

Discover our latest Motability offers

 
  1. Available from £299 Advance Payment**

    All-new KONA Electric N Line 65 kWh

     



     

  2. Available from £3,649 Advance Payment**

    IONIQ 6 Ultimate 77kWh

  3. Available from £549 Advance Payment**

    IONIQ 5 Premium 77kWh

    Discover our latest Personal Contract Hire offers

     
    1. From £299 per month

      IONIQ 6 Premium 77kWh RWD

      • £5,109 initial rental*
      • 35-month term
      • 8,000 miles per annum
    2. From £299 per month

      IONIQ 5 Premium 58kWh RWD

      • £5,109 initial rental*
      • 35-month term
      • 8,000 miles per annum
    3. From £299 per month

      All-new KONA Electric Advance 48kWh

      • £4,885 initial rental*
      • 35-month term
      • 8,000 miles per annum

      Discover our latest Personal Contract Purchase offers

       

      0% APR Available*

       
      1. All-new KONA Electric

        • Headlights - Full LED MFR
        • Door Mirrors - Electric Adjustment and Heated with Power Folding Function
        • 17'' Alloy Wheels
        • Air Conditioning - Climate Control Dual Zone
        • Heat Pump

         

      2. IONIQ 6

        IONIQ 6

        • 20'' Alloy Wheels
        • Heat Pump
        • Matrix LED Headlights
        • Highway Driving Assist 2
        • Rear View Monitor
      3. IONIQ 5

        IONIQ 5

        • Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
        • Smart Cruise Control with Stop & Go
        • Parking Distance Warning (PDW); Forward / Reverse
                   

        3.9% APR Representative and up to £2,500 deposit contribution*

         
        1. All-new KONA Electric

          All-new KONA Electric

          • Headlights - Full LED MFR
          • Door Mirrors - Electric Adjustment and Heated with Power Folding Function
          • 17'' Alloy Wheels
          • Air Conditioning - Climate Control Dual Zone
          • Heat Pump

           

        2. IONIQ 6

          IONIQ 6

          • 20'' Alloy Wheels
          • Heat Pump
          • Matrix LED Headlights
          • Highway Driving Assist 2
          • Rear View Monitor
               
        3. IONIQ 5

          IONIQ 5

          • Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
          • Smart Cruise Control with Stop & Go
          • Parking Distance Warning (PDW); Forward / Reverse
             

          Reasons to drive an electrified vehicle

          There are many reasons to go electric: the driving experience, sustainability, and reduced emissions – explore everything about going electric and find out what kind of electrified powertrain best suits your lifestyle.
          The IONIQ 6 driving on the street at night time.

          Performance

          Electric vehicles provide a remarkable level of performance and agility. The absence of a 6-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine does not equate to being slower. EVs deliver instant torque and rapid acceleration. Despite the added weight of the battery, EVs exhibit swift acceleration from a standstill and maintain a seamless as well as consistent speed.
          The IONIQ 5 boot space with folded seats, and a person adding two backpacks.

          Spacious

          Electric vehicles don’t have a transmission like petrol or diesel cars. Not having a big centre tunnel or gear shifter inside the car lets us create a flat floor and more room for passengers.
          A person leaning on the IONIQ 5 in a beach scenery.

          Nice and quiet

          Due to their low-noise electric motors, electric vehicles produce minimal sound at lower speeds in contrast to their internal combustion counterparts.
          The all-electric Hyundai IONIQ 6 in black.

          Agility

          Electric vehicles are typically equipped with a single-speed reduction gear, so there’s no more shifting. As a result, the ride is smooth and the response is almost instantaneous.
          A person leaning on the IONIQ 5 in a beach scenery.

          Petrol/Diesel ban

           The UK Government plans to ban all petrol and diesel vehicles in 2035. Getting an EV today has never been easier and will give you plenty of time to immerse yourself in the wonderful world of electric vehicle ownership.
          A person leaning on the IONIQ 5 in a beach scenery.

          Operating costs

          There may be financial benefits in making the switch to electric. While the purchase of an electric vehicle can be more expensive, the operating costs are typically lower. Unlike a petrol or diesel car, electric vehicles have fewer moving parts. This helps reduce the maintenance cost and likelihood of faults.
          A person leaning on the IONIQ 5 in a beach scenery.

          Charging infrastructure

          The network of electric charges in the UK and Europe is ever-growing. For example, Charge MyHyundai gives you access to over 42,000 charging stations in the UK (and over 600,000 across Europe). 

          Comprehensive Guide to Electric Cars: Charging and range explained

          There are two types of electric vehicle charging: normal alternating current (AC) charging and fast direct current (DC) charging. Normal AC charging is typically less energy-intensive which makes it much slower. When you charge at home using a conventional plug or home EV charger, or even at some public stations, you will be using AC. Fast DC charging can be completed in under an hour and is typically only found at public charging stations.

          Factors that affect charging times

          Many factors affect how fast your car can charge:  the size and state of the battery, the charging rate of the vehicle as well as the charge point. Environmental factors also come into play, such as extreme cold or heat.

          How long is your daily commute?

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

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          KONA Electric

           

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          IONIQ 5

           

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          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.


            Ohme

            Find out more about our recommended home EV charger provider

            The all-new Hyundai KONA Electric in charge

            The best way to minimise your electric car charge cost is to charge at home. 

            Hyundai recommend Ohme as our preferred home EV charger supplier.

            Ohme's unique tech integrates with all energy tariffs, including Intelligent Octopus and OVO Charge Anytime, so that you can charge at the cheapest and greenest times available. Running a Hyundai IONIQ 6 Single Motor RWD with its 77.4kWh battery (WLTP range: 338mls) and an Ohme smart charger on Intelligent Octopus Go*, for example, could cost £116.80 for a year for an average UK driver doing 6,800 miles. By comparison, charging on the Standard Variable Tariff would cost £451.62 for the same distance and an equivalent petrol car would be more than £1,200.

            Your local Hyundai Retailer can help you order 7.4 kW Ohme Home Pro or 7.4 kW Ohme ePod at a price, reserved to Hyundai customers.

            You may be also eligible for the EV chargepoint grant (1)⁠⁠⁠ to help you with your electric car charger installation cost if you own or rent a flat (you can get either £350 or 75% off the cost to buy and install a socket, whichever amount is lower.) Ohme team will help with this process too.

            Simplify public charging with Charge myHyundai

            Charge myHyundai is a comprehensive and easy-to-use public charging solution that gives you access to one of the largest public charging networks in the UK with over 40,000 chargers and for your business and holiday trips, to mainland Europe, over 634,000 chargers are available on Charge myHyundai.
            The Charge MyHyundai card and app giving you access to various charging options around the world.

            1 App. 1 Card. 1 Invoice. More than 500,000 Charge Points.

            • Access to more than 500,000 public charging stations in 30 European countries
            • Cross border charging with one single contract through e-roaming
            • All charging sessions & invoices available in the Charge myHyundai web portal & app

            5-Year Unlimited Mileage Warranty

            Like every Hyundai, the IONIQ 5 and IONIQ 6 are built to the highest possible quality standards. And we back that quality up with a 5-Year Unlimited Mileage Warranty so you can enjoy the things you love in life, without having to worry about your car. On top of that, the high-performance lithium-ion polymer battery is warranty protected for 8 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first. Enjoy the extra peace of mind that one of the industry’s best warranties gives you – standard.
            Hyundai IONIQ 5 on a beach, a kid playing with a dog.
            Hyundai 5 year unlimited mileage and 8 year battery warranty

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            Beginner's Guide to Going Electric

            To learn more about owning an electric vehicle we recommend downloading the detailed guide below.

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              *Maximum range according to WLTP combined cycle. Specification dependent. Actual range will vary depending on factors including road conditions, outdoor temperature, driving style, use of climate control and battery condition.

              **350kW ultra-fast charger required for quickest charge times - chargers are currently available on selected arterial routes – see Charge myHyundai map for details. Not currently available in Northern Ireland.

              Hyundai test data for comparison purposes. Actual time will vary and is dependent on several factors including battery temperature, condition and age, ambient temperature and the power provided by the charger. Charge time increases in cold weather and if battery temperature activates safeguarding technology.

              In optimal conditions, the latest IONIQ 5 is capable of accepting power at up to 240kW and IONIQ 6 at 239kW.