Hyundai Ioniq, electric in the Test: Practical penny Pincher with 8,000 Euro discount

delivery After a long period with unacceptable long periods there is the Ioniq electric is now available in a refreshed version with slightly more power (100 in

Hyundai Ioniq, electric in the Test: Practical penny Pincher with 8,000 Euro discount

delivery After a long period with unacceptable long periods there is the Ioniq electric is now available in a refreshed version with slightly more power (100 instead of 88 kW) and a larger battery. We have tested the car extensively.

interior space

those Who have studied today, the range of electric cars, the gets the impression that only SUV designs allow enough space for the passengers, because the batteries in the floor of the car mean additional height. Moritz Diethelm / EFAHRER EFAHRER

Not only is the Porsche Taycan proves that flat E-cars are possible: The Ioniq is 1.45 metres high (ten inches shallower than the Kona electric) and still offers a surprising amount of headroom in the first row, but also on the back of the seats have adults more than enough space . The Koreans will not achieve that by extending the range of the battery over the entire vehicle floor, but rather in stages, under the trunk and under the rear bench seat to place. The boot is 350 litres, significantly larger than in the case of Kona, the e-Golf or the BMW i3. At 4.47 meters in length, the Ioniq is significantly longer than these Compact cars, and compares more with the Tesla Model 3, which provides significantly more trunk space.

Infotainment and assistance systems

Hyundai provides installed different electronics variants for its cars. the The Ioniq model year 2020 has the better components : The adaptive cruise control with Radar-support, for example, works really well, he's working to a halt, and a good Autopilot, therefore, as a Stop-and-Go. If the person in front stops in traffic, then the Ioniq stops when the front man started to move again, then a hint is sufficient to the rocker on the steering Wheel or steps on the accelerator pedal, and the Ioniq follows. Polestar 1 in the Test to be As economical Volvo's Hybrid force grumpy with 600 HP really PCP Polestar 1 in the Test to be As economical Volvo's Hybrid force grumpy with 600 HP really

The lane keeping assist in the Ioniq is> compared to some of the other far Eastern cars is a boon of restraint

For the Infotainment is equipment-level Trend, a Ten-inch Screen , which was installed in the test car. The screen power for the operation of the navigation system a big difference, but not for the real-time traffic data, which are available to the System. The Integration of Smartphones using the Android Auto or Apple Carplay excellent work. Turn by turn instructions from Google Maps, but will not be displayed, unfortunately, in the dashboard, as it is for newer solutions possible.

About the Bluelink Option is the Ioniq also remote monitor and control, for example, for the air conditioning. In the Test, the registration was already notchy. the Since it touches on the Smartphone App is still fine needed .

powertrain and performance

The Update brings the Ioniq more power. Now with 100 kW (136 PS) are sorted by the Koreans in the electrical pecking order at the very rear of the Tesla Model 3 has the basic version offers almost double the performance. In everyday life, the more powerful engine is not enough to Specify, but he pushes the five-door model with emphasis on . Just under ten seconds for the Standard sprint from 0 to 100 km/h. Pleasant is that the Ioniq with his interpretation is each Pull of the actuator in the steering and the traction has to do control a lot. The 150-kW 64-kWh cars from the group to show how much worse can it go. Diesel or Plug-In Hybrid - which is better? The great duel FOCUS Online/Wochit Diesel or Plug-In Hybrid - which is better? The great duel

consumption and range

The consumption strikes the hour of Ioniq, electric: Our Standard highway round is 183,5 Kilometer long, given the battery capacity of just 39 kilowatt hours, we went first to make it to the round at all. The Test of the exact electrical Loading capacity showed with 41.4 kilo watt hours, that Hyundai is putting a very large load window . From the measured value of the load, while losses to be deducted, however, the ratio of nominal battery capacity and the charged energy is remarkable.

At the end of the round, we are driving with cruise control at 130 km/h (GPS-calibrated), there were still 35 miles out in the Display. Exactly, we calculated a fuel consumption of 19.6 kilowatt-hours and a range of 211 kilometres. the The Ioniq beats the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus , having with 0.23, however, an even better drag coefficient than the Hyundai (0,24). The consumption value is not, especially in the context of our recently tested cars are remarkable: the fact That a Tesla Model X, which is in each Dimension, two classes larger than the Ioniq, well 29 kWh per 100 kilometres consumed, is more surprising. The Porsche Taycan Turbo S, the consumption of about 30 kWh is not despite its extreme performance was disappointingly weak, and really as bad as the motorway is in the direct comparison of the DS3 cross-back-E-Tense, which is also around 30 kWh per 100 kilometres, and despite its 50-kWh-battery-test round without Reloading. The space, the DS3 has no advantage over the Ioniq – he is only chic. New Opel Corsa is especially in the price-performance unbeatable FOCUS Online New Opel Corsa is especially in the price-performance unbeatable

The Ioniq is not on the highway only because of his very good consumption a pleasant companion, he is also very quiet, sufficiently comfortable and up to the maximum speed (measured: 175 km/h) lane stable and confidence inspiring. Nevertheless: With a good 200 miles highway range is the Hyundai of course, no trip car , since the charging performance in the Test with a maximum of 48 kW is minimal: For the Loading to 80 percent, you must allow at least 44 minutes. The 64-kWh models from Kona, Kia Niro and Soul charge with up to 80 kW.

Also on country roads and in city traffic, the Ioniq is tight-fisted in dealing with the power and under 4,80 euros in electricity costs per 100 kilometers) features in the operating costs (average of each comparable Diesel .

The conclusion

The Ioniq is a calm, practical electric car for everyday use. In a very Style recommend equipment it costs just under 40,000 euros, the Hyundai-specific interpretation of the environmental bonus will but 8,000 euros. The price difference to the best-selling Tesla Model 3 is so large that we can say to the Ioniq, electric a successful future. Nevertheless, we want a 64-kWh version of the car with high charging performance. So the Hyundai would be final until strollers.

This article by Sepp reitberger

*The post "Hyundai Ioniq electrical Test: a Practical saving Fox with 8000 Euro discount" is was written and published by EFAHRER.com. Contact with the executives here.

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Updated Date: 21 May 2020, 17:28

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