Hyundai Ioniq EV 2017 Overview – An Each day Electrical Vehicle? – Car Keys

Hyundai Ioniq EV 2017 Review – An Every day Electrical Car? – Car Keys


As element of Hyundai’s escalating target on electrification, the Ioniq hatchback is offered in a total of 3 various electrified formats, including as a pure electrical vehicle.

But aside from that, it is a remarkably ordinary and each day family members hatchback, with a lot of space and loads of tools.

Though it suffers from the very same variety concerns as it really is contemporaries, is the Ioniq EV a far more usable electric automobile for the everyman?

In this assessment, we consider an in-depth look at the interior of the Hyundai Ioniq including its boot size, dashboard and back seats. We then run by means of overall performance, cost and finish up with the all-crucial verdict – is the Hyundai Ioniq a very good automobile?

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49 thoughts on “Hyundai Ioniq EV 2017 Overview – An Each day Electrical Vehicle? – Car Keys

  1. First – anyone for an electric car with a gearbox? Surely making the motor turn at lower rpm has occurred to someone, and I just wonder if there’s some technical reason why it has no advantage in lengthening the range. Now, is it just me or is the range a mite disappointing? I thought this was a Chevy B-for-Bertie Bolt beater? But yes to the almost boring styling, the EV segment desperately needs to stop announcing itself – surely the lack of tailpipe, and smooth toy-car front end, is enough for most people born after 1900 to realise it’s an EV?! I worked out the ‘vital statistics’ for the latest crop of EV’s – one interesting point is, the ‘quickness’ is all coming out at 200Nm per tonne, to 220Nm per tonne. The only two cars outside that are the LEAF (lower) and the Tesla (higher). So, in effect the acceleration has been settled at this. Now, it’s all about the mass of the car, and the battery capacity and the price. The new crop are good, but if you can pick up a LEAF for five grand just 3 years old, for a lot of the commuter market, that might be the necessary thinking over right there? Hard to beat the LEAF for roominess, we had a lengthy trip in one, and the kids had to necessarily ‘lig out’ and sleep (7 hours almost). I won’t ‘bomb’ your channel by posting a link, but if you do a search, viewers can find our LEAF EV trip easily enough.

  2. Just spoken to a UK dealer, and they say that there is no stoke for the whole of the UK, and that the only number expected in March 2018 is 100 cars, yes 100 cars I can’t believe this amazing car is being let down by its manufacture commitment. There are not even demo cars anyware near to where I live!!!!!!

  3. I personally would feel much more comfortable with the 200 mile version thats going to be released later in the year. 130miles juts doesn’t cut it for me, especially in the winter.

  4. I think you don’t understand how good this car is! how much of a step up it is from for example a leaf. "battery is drained fast as soon as you’re above 30mph". that’s not true. I drove at 45mph, a dry and fairly warm day and got a energy use corresponding to 280km/ 170 miles of one charge.

    further more the car has self stearing, adaptive cruise control, ventilated seats, dead spot warning, heated and folding mirrors, sooo much goodies.

    I think the car will sell well and I also think it will outsell the hybrid.

  5. I wouldn’t have a hybrid free of charge as they are forever hauling a useless lump of metal around. It’s the EV or nothing for me, and given the purchase price of any EV I’ll stick to ICE thankyou.

  6. Ryan, since people seem interested in alternative energy cars, could you maybe do a review on some ethanol (alcohol) powered cars? Ive read that in Brazil 90% of cars drive on ethanol, and all major manufacturers make them. I find them interesting because im a farmer and i could grow my own fuel basically.

  7. Please b could you talk more slowly so people like me , who are not English. i am Swiss, and talk english. can follow you too. Thank you. no offend. not all people who talk english are fro a English speaking country. what i like on your Car Keys site is that you show a lot of the car. others are show driving. but i can see mostly th driver tao the camera. but i am not really interested on that man. rather on the car. we want to see the cars tacho and inside… . all togetgher you did a very good show on this wonderful e-car
    . i must say. beside Nissan Leaf and Renault Zoe.. and Chevrolet Bolt and colt.. This is the car which impresses me most. it is one of the cheapest EV. yet he looks fantastic and rather expensive.. Last i want to mention that Hyunday
    E car is so far the only car i saw that you can order with a sun roof…a sunroof can save electricity because i might not need the Air condition..byee . see you in another show drive..

  8. I regularly get over 150 miles per charge (Over 160 on motorway runs).
    Why did the review miss out on all the assist features? Auto braking, lane following, intelligent cruise control, cross traffic sensors?

  9. Ioniq is one of few EV’s that offer Autosailing ore complete free wheeling when releasing the accelerator. This reduces power consumption and inspires more relaxed driving.

    Other cars with this function are VW, Volvo C30 and Mercedes

  10. I live in Australia and have yet to see an EV. It makes me home sick, maybe I should return to the UK. Been here 43 years.

  11. Nissan Leaf was once a leader in EV technology but it is now falling behind.
    Soon a 200+ mile REAL range will be the minimum acceptable range for new EV’s.
    The Bolt is the start of auto makers other than Tesla providing long range EV’s
    The Tesla 100D Model S has a range of 335 miles. The future is electric. No emissions.
    It is time for Zoe, Leaf, BMW I3, VW E golf, Hyundia Ioniq and others to step it up.

  12. how much bump should i be expecting in my electricity bill? exactly how much kwh would require to charge the battery fully??

  13. What do you do when you drive long distances ? dies the car indicate where it can be "refueled"… How about fast charging? radius… etc.. Tks.

  14. This Hyundai looks nice and "normal" for an EV which is good to see. I understand the weight element, but why doesn’t someone bring out an estate version of an EV so it’s much more practical plus room for bigger batteries.

  15. I had this car on a two day test two weeks ago to evaluate for my business, would an EV car be a practical option? Unfortunately the answer was no. don’t get me wrong the car is superb, it ticks all the boxes with connectivity and stress free driving aids like lane assist steering and Adaptive Cruise, but its realistic range in the winter is about a 100 miles, this meant I had to charge it twice in my normal working day, first free charger I used didn’t know what car I had and ‘guessed’ how long it needed to charge the car, it took me three attempts 30 mins to get it from 64% to 94% instead of the 12 mins the car was telling me, the second charger I used later that evening was when I was on 6% batt, the ecotricity 55KW charger at the services I stopped at was faulty so I had to use a 7KW charger and for a 30 minute charge for a cost of £6 I got another 6 miles range, which luckily for me was enough to get me home, if it hadn’t it would have meant a potential 2-4 hour stop to charge back up and a ridiculously expensive £24 cost for 80-100 miles range. compare that to Petrol. If you care a short commuter and you can charge it at home then yes I would definitely recommend this car, I would have bought two if it had a realistic range of 200 miles. The charging network appears to have some issues.

  16. So aside from the 89kW, 28kWh thing there’s also the fact that UK and German owners of the Ioniq report 4.4mi/kWh in winter (multiply by 28 to get the range). That combined with the rapid charging mean you’d reliably take this car out and about all around the UK without issues even in the depts of winter and definitely UK and EU in summer

    I liked this vehicle when it first came out and will definitely test it again against the eNV200 and SoulEV to see if either of these three should replace the wife’s Zoe. However with the Zoe 40 (41kWh useable) out I don’t think I’ll replace my Zoe with this Ioniq

  17. You didn’t mention range on a full charge not that I heard anyway. Plus the battery is 28kWh as it sounds like you said 38kWh or I misheard you.

  18. more practical boot than the leaf? hmmm i can fit my golf clubs and cart straight along with ease in my leaf. that boot doesn’t look like it has a chance

  19. Someone in South Korea managed over 200 miles in this car.
    Apart from the front grill I like this car. Would go well with my solar setup.

  20. hi! I’ll give a quick suggestion: in the next videos try to explain better how is the ride comfort, how confort is the seats, how much quality the materials of the interior have and give more depth to the feel of the the steering, pedals, clutch (how fast, etc.) 🙂 Cheers!

  21. Given the choice of all three models, I would go for the EV, as it is more honest. Hybrids,in my eyes, are neither fish nor fowl. Whichever mode you’re in there is always a useless lump of baggage to cart around Pure EV is the way to go, and only the buying price puts me off! EVs are far too expensive. They are the simplest, and therefor the cheapest to make.

  22. You should do some videos comparing NEDC rating and real life ratings. That would be interesting and worth watching.
    When are people going to complain about the NEDC rating so that they improve and become more accurate.
    Rating agencies need to be accurate and reliable. When did lying become the norm?
    It is time for people to speak up and demand ratings that reflect real life use and not some contrived test.
    And don’t get me started on emissions. People need to be fired or prosecuted for putting out false information.

  23. it`s 28 kW not 38, and thats for the battery. And no, it does not have a single speed gearbox. It`s a electric motor god damn it! It would not work if it had a gearbox, the clutch can not stand the torque, Tesla tried.

  24. First – anyone for an electric car with a gearbox? Surely making the motor turn at lower rpm has occurred to someone, and I just wonder if there’s some technical reason why it has no advantage in lengthening the range. Now, is it just me or is the range a mite disappointing? I thought this was a Chevy B-for-Bertie Bolt beater? But yes to the almost boring styling, the EV segment desperately needs to stop announcing itself – surely the lack of tailpipe, and smooth toy-car front end, is enough for most people born after 1900 to realise it’s an EV?! I worked out the ‘vital statistics’ for the latest crop of EV’s – one interesting point is, the ‘quickness’ is all coming out at 200Nm per tonne, to 220Nm per tonne. The only two cars outside that are the LEAF (lower) and the Tesla (higher). So, in effect the acceleration has been settled at this. Now, it’s all about the mass of the car, and the battery capacity and the price. The new crop are good, but if you can pick up a LEAF for five grand just 3 years old, for a lot of the commuter market, that might be the necessary thinking over right there? Hard to beat the LEAF for roominess, we had a lengthy trip in one, and the kids had to necessarily ‘lig out’ and sleep (7 hours almost). I won’t ‘bomb’ your channel by posting a link, but if you do a search, viewers can find our LEAF EV trip easily enough.

  25. People who have range anxiety may want the hybrid, but I wouldn’t want to maintain even one more gas engine. Renting for longer trips is fine for me.

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