The 38.3-kWh battery gives the facelifted Hyundai Ioniq Electric a real-world range of 311 km (193 miles).
Pricing and specifications of the Ioniq Hybrid, PHEV and Electric have been announced in the UK.
Thanks to the bigger battery, the 2020 Hyundai Ioniq Electric can now cover 183 miles on a single charge.
The facelifted Ioniq Hybrid and PHEV will soon be joined by the revised Electric model.
The Ioniq Electric’s range to approach 200 miles. but it will still trail that of the Kona Electric.
The one-off Ioniq has a more powerful electric motor sourced from the Kona Electric.
The updated Ioniq is expected to feature a host of minor changes.
Hyundai adds more safety kit to the 2019 Ioniq range.
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