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Facelifted 2020 Hyundai Ioniq Electric: Final Specs And New Photos Released

Hyundai has dropped final specifications and a photo gallery of the facelifted Ioniq Electric on the occasion of the model’s international media launch in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The main update made to the EV is the upgraded 38.3-kWh battery with 36 percent added energy capacity for an enhanced real-world driving range of 311 km (193

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EV sales stalling as customers left waiting more than a year for a car

Britain’s electric vehicle revolution is being hampered by a “bottleneck” in global battery production, as demand far outstrips supply of zero-emission vehicles. An investigation by the Press Association found that some dealers were telling customers they could be waiting more than a year if they placed an order for an EV today, with some manufacturers

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New Hyundai Ioniq Electric – Updated electric car gets a boost with more range and power

HYUNDAI has released details and pictures of the updated Ioniq Electric car which has more range, updated styling, and a few other new features. Hyundai has unveiled the new Ioniq Electric car which has a number of modifications and tweaks to make it more compelling than before. Of the changes to the updated Ioniq Electric

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Kia e-Niro versus Hyundai Kona EV: which of these ostensibly similar electric cars is the best?

The modern history of electric cars can be defined by five crucial models. First came the G-Wiz in 2001, a slow and unsafe contraption which everybody laughed at but which nevertheless cemented the plausibility of EVs in Britain’s collective consciousness. Next came the Nissan Leaf, and with it the notion that battery-electric cars could actually

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Our Friend’s Electric: Good News for Potential Car Buyers Suffering from ‘Range Anxiety’

Research shows that some 37 per cent of motorists cite a distance of up to 300 miles as the range that would entice them to buy a pure electric vehicle. Their wait is over. For many years the main barrier to consumer acceptance of electric vehicles has been “range anxiety”. Drivers have often wildly overestimated