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Electric models

Entirely powered by electricity. With up to 303 miles of range on the IONIQ 5.

Hyundai Electric models
Availability is limited and will vary by location. Not all Hyundai electric vehicles are sold in every state. See specific vehicles for details or contact your Hyundai dealer for availability details.

Electric. And electrifying.

Using motors entirely powered by batteries, our EVs represent the future of driving. Not only do you get instant torque from the motor, the battery gives you impressive range—up to an EPA-estimated combined All-Electric Range of 303 miles with IONIQ 5. It’s also where you’ll find our most innovative technology and design.

Electric advantages

State rebates
Several states, local utilities and others offer additional incentives.
See How Much You Can Save
Complimentary charging
IONIQ 5 owners get limited complimentary charging through Electrify America—on us.
Learn more about complimentary charging
HOV lane
Drive solo in carpool lanes where available.
No more stopping at the gas pump
Charge at home, work or one of the growing number of charging stations.
No oil changes
And no transmission fluid maintenance.
Zero tailpipe emissions
Drive toward a greener tomorrow.
Quick acceleration
The electric motor smoothly delivers instant torque.
Regenerative braking
Brakes convert energy into electricity, which helps recharge the battery.

2025 IONIQ 5 N

Our high-performance electric SUV.
N has finally gone electric. IONIQ 5 N isn’t just our first high-performance EV. With up to 641 hp and a host of track-ready features, it’s the most powerful, most fun-to-drive Hyundai ever.
Starting at
Up to
641 hp
19-inch wheels

2024 IONIQ 6

Our latest all-electric IONIQ.
Clean lines, smooth moves and pixel perfection signal a new age of style and electric performance. This is the innovative IONIQ 6. With an EPA-estimated range of up to 361 miles, and ultra-fast charging, IONIQ 6 sets the stage for great journeys ahead.
Starting at
EPA-est. range up to
361 miles
Up to
320 hp/239 kW
20 inch wheels

2024 IONIQ 5

Our breakthrough electric SUV.
IONIQ 5 was the first model we’ve ever built to be exclusively electric—the start of our groundbreaking series of electric models. So, we took a future-forward approach to its ultramodern design, gave it a spacious, innovative interior with game-changing technology, and added ultra-fast charging capabilities. It’s unlike any EV or SUV out there.
Starting at
EPA-est. range up to
303 miles
Power up to
320 hp/239 kW

2024 KONA Electric

Our all-new, all-electric SUV.
The all-new KONA Electric hits the road with SUV versatility, amazing tech, and the fun and freedom of an all-electric, with an EPA estimated up-to-261-mile-range vehicle. Our KONA Electric Limited trim can power devices that need electricity with its "Vehicle-to-Load" recharge mode. Plus, with its additional six inches of length and over three more inches of rear leg room and cargo space, our electric SUV is more than ready for adventure.
Starting at
EPA-est. range up to
261 miles
Power up to
201 hp/150 kW
17 inch wheels
Getting charged has never been easier.
With an expansive network of DC fast-charging stations across the country, you can feel confident there’s always power ahead. And when you purchase an IONIQ 5 or IONIQ 6 you get limited complimentary charging through Electrify America—on us.

The benefits of owning an electric vehicle go beyond zero tailpipe emissions and saving money by not using gas. They can include available state tax credits plus state incentives, driving solo in carpool lanes where available, no more oil changes or transmission fluid maintenance, and instant acceleration from the electric motor./content/dam/hyundai/us/com/content-fragments/global/hov-access



To help show you your possible savings by switching to an electric vehicle, please use our estimated savings calculator.



Among our electric models, currently the furthest you can go on a single charge is up to an EPA-estimated 303 miles with IONIQ 5 and an EPA-estimated 258 miles with KONA Electric./content/dam/hyundai/us/com/content-fragments/global/2023-ioniq-and-kona-electric-combined-range



While an internal combustion car engine contains hundreds of moving parts, an electric motor only needs around half a dozen, significantly reducing the probability of something breaking. No oil changes, either. That's why less maintenance is needed overall. Service should be performed depending on your driving mileage and vehicle maintenance plan. The specially trained personnel at your Hyundai dealer can perform the EV services, such as checking the condition of your battery. It is important to have a comprehensive and specialized check-up, especially as this relates to the high voltage battery. Routine check-ups are important, areas such as brakes, fluids, tires, wipers, battery and cabin filters do require replacement from time-to-time depending on time or mileage. Connect with your local Authorized Hyundai Service Center for details.



Recharging an electric vehicle at Level 2 is like refueling a car with gas but instead of inserting a gas nozzle into the fuel tank, you insert a connector into the charge port. At Level 1, use the 120-volt portable charging cable that comes with your EV to plug into your home’s outlet.



To find the nearest ChargePoint®, Electrify America and other public charging stations, click here



When it comes to charging your electric vehicle, your options will depend on the charging infrastructure where you live. Contact your Hyundai Dealer for more details.



You can charge your electric vehicle at home by installing a 240-volt (Level 2) charger. Contact your Hyundai Dealer for more details. You can also explore purchasing a plug-in hybrid model, which can drive in all-electric mode for up to 33 miles but switches to hybrid mode when the battery is low.