Hyundai Motor has achieved two top results in the first What Car? Real Range tests for electric cars. In the motoring magazine’s evaluation, which complements its ‘True MPG’ tests for petrol and diesel cars, the KONA Electric (64kWh battery pack) achieved a ‘real-world’ figure of 259 miles on a single charge – the longest driving range of any car tested – and at a cost of just 3.3 pence per mile. Elsewhere, the Hyundai IONIQ Electric was also ahead of the competition, scoring the highest result for electric car efficiency, travelling 3.9 miles for every kWh of energy consumed.

This is an impressive double for the KONA Electric coming just a few months after it was crowned ‘Affordable Electric Car of the Year 2018’ by Auto Express magazine.

IONIQ Electric scored a second success for the brand in the new Real Range tests, achieving the highest energy efficiency and lowest cost-per-mile rating of any car tested. The zero-emission IONIQ covered an impressive 3.9 miles per kWh – 11% further per unit of energy than any other model from a different brand. It achieved a ‘real-world’ range of 117 miles in the What Car? test, at a cost of just 3 pence per mile.

The KONA Electric provides all-electric zero emissions driving within a practical and stylish SUV body style. Characterised by its distinctive two-tone body, the fully-electric SUV lets buyers individualise their car with a wide range of colours. It seats five passengers in comfort and boasts a generous boot capacity of 322 litres (VDA).

Hyundai’s IONIQ Electric provides a cleverly-packaged, responsive driving experience and is the world’s first car offering three electrified powertrains; hybrid, plug-in hybrid and pure electric. The latter offers outstanding performance and pure e-mobility through a 28 kWh lithium-ion polymer battery, with instantly-available maximum torque of 295 Nm delivered by an 88 kW (120 PS) electric motor.

Both models come with Hyundai’s industry-leading five-year unlimited mileage warranty and roadside assistance package as well as featuring Hyundai’s latest safety equipment, such as Autonomous Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Recognition, Blind Spot Detection, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Keep Assist and the Speed Limit Indicator Function.

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Kona Electric Tops ‘Real Range’ test for Zero-Emission cars