Hyundai - 2020

Electric cars by Hyundai announced for 2020.

2020 Hyundai IONIQ Electric

IONIQ Electric 38.3 kWh

Doors: 5, Seats: 5
Length: 176.0 in / 4470 mm
Width: 71.7 in / 1820 mm
Height: 57.1 in / 1450 mm
Curb weight: 3130.56 lb / 1420 kg
Electric motor: 101 kW @ 2850 - 6000 rpm, 295 Nm @ 1000 - 2850 rpm, Location: Front
Battery: 38.3 kWh, Voltage: 319.4 V

Hyundai - 2019

Electric cars by Hyundai announced for 2019.

2019 Hyundai IONIQ Electric

IONIQ Electric 28 kWh

Doors: 5, Seats: 5
Length: 176.0 in / 4470 mm
Width: 71.7 in / 1820 mm
Height: 57.5 in / 1460 mm
Curb weight: 3130.56 lb / 1420 kg
Electric motor: 88 kW @ 2850 - 6000 rpm, 295 Nm @ 1000 - 2850 rpm, Location: Front
Battery: 28 kWh, Voltage: 360 V

2019 Hyundai KONA Electric

KONA Electric 64 kWh

Doors: 4, Seats: 5
Length: 164.6 in / 4180 mm
Width: 70.9 in / 1800 mm
Height: 61.8 in / 1570 mm
Curb weight: 3714.79 lb / 1685 kg
Electric motor: 150 kW, 395 Nm, Location: Front
Battery: 64 kWh, Voltage: 356 V

2019 Hyundai KONA Electric

KONA Electric 39 kWh

Doors: 4, Seats: 5
Length: 164.6 in / 4180 mm
Width: 70.9 in / 1800 mm
Height: 61.8 in / 1570 mm
Curb weight: 3384.1 lb / 1535 kg
Electric motor: 100 kW, 395 Nm, Location: Front
Battery: 39.2 kWh, Voltage: 327 V

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