Hyundai comprehensively threw itself into the electric revolution with the successful Ioniq range.
The South Korean manufacturer set up the Ioniq to offer a car for all types of driver interested in such a vehicle - a standard hybrid; a plug-in hybrid; and a fully-fledged electric car.
To expand its horizons in this area, Hyundai has looked to existing models.
The Kona has been a key focus in achieving this. Alonside the regular version, you can now choose from Hybrid and Electric versions.
In addition, you can also spec Hyundai's Tucson in hybrid form, the SUV available with battery assistance to a duo of diesel engines.
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