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Hyundai Kia’s Seoul-Sister. Or Seoul-destroyer?

You can practically wave at the guys over in Kia from Seoul-sister Hyundai. Their battle for electric supremacy reigns supreme with the e-Soul battling Hyundai’s Kona, and the e-Niro taking on the Ioniq. They've been at it for 20 years, establishing an in-house Hyundai electric research team back in the 90’s in conjunction with their fuel cell research team. Innovations remain top priority, with their latest – a portable charging station for EVs – showcased at the 2019 Frankfurter Motor Show.

If you want to see what they think the future of electric cars might look like, check out their concept car the Hyundai 45.


Like many a Hollywood starlet, the Hyundai Ioniq has had a bit of a nip and tuck since its 2017 launch. The 2020 version of the all-electric Ioniq is faster, rangier and a bit more tech-ier.

Ioniq 5

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 looks set to battle it out with the SKODA Enyaq for being the best new compact electric SUV. We don't know too much yet, but we've got a little sneak peak for ya.


The Hyundai Kona electric car is WAY BETTER THAN THE COMBUSTION HYUNDAI KONA. It has great performance, even greater range and super tech like wireless phone charging and a futuristic head-up display.
Concept car


The concept Hyundai 45 was Hyundai's first move into creating an all-electric compact SUV crossover. And what a move it was. It has now come to fruition in the form of the Hyundai Ioniq 5, and is set to battle the <a href="~/link.aspx?_id=CD3BE6B6DD2F4ADCA304902EFA4AC23F&amp;_z=z">SKODA Enyaq</a>&nbsp;for best new electric SUV.