About the Hyundai IONIQ Electric Premium SE Lease
The 2021 Hyundai IONIQ Electric Premium SE is the new and updated model. in 2020 this EV was given a slight facelift giving the vehicle a sleeker look with new styling. The IONIQ was the first car in the world to offer separate hybrid, full electric and plug-in hybrid powertrains within one body type. This electric car also won the FleetNews 2017 award for Best Plug-in Car among other vehicle awards. The interior space of this Hyundai Electric car lease option was designed around the philosophy of simplicity with the key features designed to stand out and the controls to blend into the background. The IONIQ Electric comes with new features and a great specification to suit all drivers, it’s a popular vehicle choice with members of the DriveElectric team. This vehicle is a great affordable lease option if you are looking to make the switch. The car is roomy with seats for 5 passengers, plenty of boot space and comes with 5 star NCAP Euro safety rating, the perfect choice for an electric family car.
Battery and Range
The IONIQ Electric comes in just one battery size of 38kWh (recently upgraded, meaning this new model now has more range). It has been given an official WLTP range of 193 miles, we would advise the vehicle will offer a more realistic real-world range of around 165 miles to a single charge, depending on your driving style and weather conditions. Like most electric cars the car features a regenerative braking function which can help you gain a couple of miles back here and there.
If you’re looking for some more information on electric vehicle range then check out our guide: Everything you need to know on electric vehicle range.
Hyundai IONIQ Electric Premium SE Features
The Hyundai Electric Premium SE model comes with additional extras to the lower trim level. Some of the upgraded features include blind-spot detection system (BSD), an electrically adjustable driver’s seat with memory function, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear outer seats, lane follow assist (LFA), a tilt and slide non-panoramic sunroof and more.
Charging the Hyundai IONIQ Electric
The 2021 Hyundai IONIQ electric is capable of recharging from 0 – 80 % in just 50 mins when using a rapid charger. On a 7kw home charger, the Ionic’s 38kWh battery will charge from flat to full in just over 6 hours. For more information read our guide: How long does it take to charge an electric car?
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