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  • Base MSRP

    MSRP excludes freight charges, tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.

  • Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM)

    Standard on Limited trim. Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM) assists driver in changing lanes by providing a live view of the blind spots on either side of the vehicle and an audible alert if another vehicle is detected. Turn signal must be activated and other system limitations apply. Do not rely exclusively on BVM. It is the driver\'s responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)

    Standard on Limited trim. Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) can remotely help park the vehicle. However, several factors can impact RSPA performance. RSPA may not function correctly if one or more of the parking sensors is damaged, dirty or covered or if weather conditions (heavy rain, snow or fog) interfere with sensor operation. Always inspect the parking area with your own eyes. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Hyundai Digital Key

    Standard on SEL and Limited trims. Near Field Communication (NFC) digital smartphone key requires a compatible Android smartphone and an appropriately equipped 2023 IONIQ 5 vehicle. Not all Android devices are compatible. IONIQ 5 vehicle must be equipped with smart key with push button start, wireless device charging, and Audio Video Navigation System 5.0 (or newer) or Display Audio 2.0. Lock/unlock functionality works on front doors only. Features and specifications subject to change. See your Owner\'s Manual for additional details and limitations.

  • 12.3-inch touchscreen display w. navigation

    Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

  • 12.3-inch fully digital instrument cluster
  • Hands-free smart liftgate with auto open

    Standard on SEL and Limited trims. The smart trunk will release when the smart key is within 40 inches of the detection area for at least 3 seconds. Radio transmitters and other vehicle smart keys may interfere in normal operation of the feature. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations. Make sure you close the trunk before driving.

  • Safe Exit Assist (SEA)

    Standard on all trims. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Assist (SEA) can alert the driver when a vehicle is approaching from behind. When Child Locks are active, SEA prevents initial disabling of the child safety locks if a vehicle approaching from behind is detected. SEA does not work in all situations and is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Auto retracting flush door handles
  • Vehicle on-board power outlet (V2L)

    Exterior Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) charging requires separate purchase of an exterior V2L accessory. V2L two-way charging will deplete battery and become inoperable once battery discharge limit reaches 20%. Not all electrical appliances will operate properly when using this feature. Do not use products that require a continuous power supply, and only use appliance under 16 amps. Additional limitations apply. See owner\'s Manual for more details.

  • 10-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty

    America\'s Best Warranty claim based on total package of warranty programs. See dealer for LIMITED WARRANTY details. See your Hyundai dealer and HyundaiUSA.com/Assurance for details and limitations regarding Hyundai\'s Powertrain Limited Warranty, New Vehicle Limited Warranty and Roadside Assistance program. Claim based on comparison of warranty specifications on manufacturer websites.

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  • Base MSRP

    MSRP excludes freight charges, tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.

    $41,450
  • Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM)

    Standard on Limited trim. Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM) assists driver in changing lanes by providing a live view of the blind spots on either side of the vehicle and an audible alert if another vehicle is detected. Turn signal must be activated and other system limitations apply. Do not rely exclusively on BVM. It is the driver\'s responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Available
  • Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)

    Standard on Limited trim. Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) can remotely help park the vehicle. However, several factors can impact RSPA performance. RSPA may not function correctly if one or more of the parking sensors is damaged, dirty or covered or if weather conditions (heavy rain, snow or fog) interfere with sensor operation. Always inspect the parking area with your own eyes. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Available
  • Hyundai Digital Key

    Standard on SEL and Limited trims. Near Field Communication (NFC) digital smartphone key requires a compatible Android smartphone and an appropriately equipped 2023 IONIQ 5 vehicle. Not all Android devices are compatible. IONIQ 5 vehicle must be equipped with smart key with push button start, wireless device charging, and Audio Video Navigation System 5.0 (or newer) or Display Audio 2.0. Lock/unlock functionality works on front doors only. Features and specifications subject to change. See your Owner\'s Manual for additional details and limitations.

    Available
  • 12.3-inch touchscreen display w. navigation

    Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

    Standard
  • 12.3-inch fully digital instrument cluster Standard
  • Hands-free smart liftgate with auto open

    Standard on SEL and Limited trims. The smart trunk will release when the smart key is within 40 inches of the detection area for at least 3 seconds. Radio transmitters and other vehicle smart keys may interfere in normal operation of the feature. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations. Make sure you close the trunk before driving.

    Available
  • Safe Exit Assist (SEA)

    Standard on all trims. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Assist (SEA) can alert the driver when a vehicle is approaching from behind. When Child Locks are active, SEA prevents initial disabling of the child safety locks if a vehicle approaching from behind is detected. SEA does not work in all situations and is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Auto retracting flush door handles Standard
  • Vehicle on-board power outlet (V2L)

    Exterior Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) charging requires separate purchase of an exterior V2L accessory. V2L two-way charging will deplete battery and become inoperable once battery discharge limit reaches 20%. Not all electrical appliances will operate properly when using this feature. Do not use products that require a continuous power supply, and only use appliance under 16 amps. Additional limitations apply. See owner\'s Manual for more details.

    Available
  • 10-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty

    America\'s Best Warranty claim based on total package of warranty programs. See dealer for LIMITED WARRANTY details. See your Hyundai dealer and HyundaiUSA.com/Assurance for details and limitations regarding Hyundai\'s Powertrain Limited Warranty, New Vehicle Limited Warranty and Roadside Assistance program. Claim based on comparison of warranty specifications on manufacturer websites.

    Standard
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  • Standard
  • Standard Digital Key
  • Standard 15.5-inch
  • Not available
  • Available (Gesture rqd.)
  • Mpt available
  • Not available
  • Not available
  • Not available

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  • Base MSRP

    MSRP excludes freight charges, tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.

  • Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM)

    Standard on Limited trim. Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM) assists driver in changing lanes by providing a live view of the blind spots on either side of the vehicle and an audible alert if another vehicle is detected. Turn signal must be activated and other system limitations apply. Do not rely exclusively on BVM. It is the driver\'s responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)

    Standard on all trims. Upon turning the engine off, Rear Occupant Alert (ROA) will provide a visual alert on the instrument cluster. ROA is not a substitute for driver attentiveness. Never leave a child or pet unattended in a vehicle. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)

    Standard on Limited trim. Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) can remotely help park the vehicle. However, several factors can impact RSPA performance. RSPA may not function correctly if one or more of the parking sensors is damaged, dirty or covered or if weather conditions (heavy rain, snow or fog) interfere with sensor operation. Always inspect the parking area with your own eyes. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Hyundai Digital Key

    Standard on SEL and Limited trims. Near Field Communication (NFC) digital smartphone key requires a compatible Android smartphone and an appropriately equipped 2023 IONIQ 5 vehicle. Not all Android devices are compatible. IONIQ 5 vehicle must be equipped with smart key with push button start, wireless device charging, and Audio Video Navigation System 5.0 (or newer) or Display Audio 2.0. Lock/unlock functionality works on front doors only. Features and specifications subject to change. See your owner\'s Manual for additional details and limitations.

  • 12.3-inch touchscreen display w. navigation

    Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

  • 12.3-inch fully digital instrument cluster
  • Hands-free smart liftgate with auto open

    Standard on SEL and Limited trims. The smart trunk will release when the smart key is within 40 inches of the detection area for at least 3 seconds. Radio transmitters and other vehicle smart keys may interfere in normal operation of the feature. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations. Make sure you close the trunk before driving.

  • Safe Exit Assist (SEA)

    Standard on all trims. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Assist (SEA) can alert the driver when a vehicle is approaching from behind. When Child Locks are active, SEA prevents initial disabling of the child safety locks if a vehicle approaching from behind is detected. SEA does not work in all situations and is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Auto retracting flush door handles
  • Vehicle on-board power outlet (V2L)

    Exterior Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) charging requires separate purchase of an exterior V2L accessory. V2L two-way charging will deplete battery and become inoperable once battery discharge limit reaches 20%. Not all electrical appliances will operate properly when using this feature. Do not use products that require a continuous power supply, and only use appliance under 16 amps. Additional limitations apply. See owner\'s Manual for more details.

  • Rear disc brakes

    Exterior Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) charging requires separate purchase of an exterior V2L accessory. V2L two-way charging will deplete battery and become inoperable once battery discharge limit reaches 20%. Not all electrical appliances will operate properly when using this feature. Do not use products that require a continuous power supply, and only use appliance under 16 amps. Additional limitations apply. See owner\'s Manual for more details.

  • 10-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty

    America\'s Best Warranty claim based on total package of warranty programs. See dealer for LIMITED WARRANTY details. See your Hyundai dealer and HyundaiUSA.com/Assurance for details and limitations regarding Hyundai\'s Powertrain Limited Warranty, New Vehicle Limited Warranty and Roadside Assistance program. Claim based on comparison of warranty specifications on manufacturer websites.

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  • Base MSRP

    MSRP excludes freight charges, tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.

    $41,450
  • Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM)

    Standard on Limited trim. Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM) assists driver in changing lanes by providing a live view of the blind spots on either side of the vehicle and an audible alert if another vehicle is detected. Turn signal must be activated and other system limitations apply. Do not rely exclusively on BVM. It is the driver\'s responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Available
  • Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)

    Standard on all trims. Upon turning the engine off, Rear Occupant Alert (ROA) will provide a visual alert on the instrument cluster. ROA is not a substitute for driver attentiveness. Never leave a child or pet unattended in a vehicle. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)

    Standard on Limited trim. Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) can remotely help park the vehicle. However, several factors can impact RSPA performance. RSPA may not function correctly if one or more of the parking sensors is damaged, dirty or covered or if weather conditions (heavy rain, snow or fog) interfere with sensor operation. Always inspect the parking area with your own eyes. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Available
  • Hyundai Digital Key

    Standard on SEL and Limited trims. Near Field Communication (NFC) digital smartphone key requires a compatible Android smartphone and an appropriately equipped 2023 IONIQ 5 vehicle. Not all Android devices are compatible. IONIQ 5 vehicle must be equipped with smart key with push button start, wireless device charging, and Audio Video Navigation System 5.0 (or newer) or Display Audio 2.0. Lock/unlock functionality works on front doors only. Features and specifications subject to change. See your owner\'s Manual for additional details and limitations.

    Available
  • 12.3-inch touchscreen display w. navigation

    Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

    Standard
  • 12.3-inch fully digital instrument cluster Standard
  • Hands-free smart liftgate with auto open

    Standard on SEL and Limited trims. The smart trunk will release when the smart key is within 40 inches of the detection area for at least 3 seconds. Radio transmitters and other vehicle smart keys may interfere in normal operation of the feature. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations. Make sure you close the trunk before driving.

    Available
  • Safe Exit Assist (SEA)

    Standard on all trims. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Assist (SEA) can alert the driver when a vehicle is approaching from behind. When Child Locks are active, SEA prevents initial disabling of the child safety locks if a vehicle approaching from behind is detected. SEA does not work in all situations and is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Auto retracting flush door handles Standard
  • Vehicle on-board power outlet (V2L)

    Exterior Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) charging requires separate purchase of an exterior V2L accessory. V2L two-way charging will deplete battery and become inoperable once battery discharge limit reaches 20%. Not all electrical appliances will operate properly when using this feature. Do not use products that require a continuous power supply, and only use appliance under 16 amps. Additional limitations apply. See owner\'s Manual for more details.

    Available
  • Rear disc brakes

    Exterior Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) charging requires separate purchase of an exterior V2L accessory. V2L two-way charging will deplete battery and become inoperable once battery discharge limit reaches 20%. Not all electrical appliances will operate properly when using this feature. Do not use products that require a continuous power supply, and only use appliance under 16 amps. Additional limitations apply. See owner\'s Manual for more details.

    Standard
  • 10-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty

    America\'s Best Warranty claim based on total package of warranty programs. See dealer for LIMITED WARRANTY details. See your Hyundai dealer and HyundaiUSA.com/Assurance for details and limitations regarding Hyundai\'s Powertrain Limited Warranty, New Vehicle Limited Warranty and Roadside Assistance program. Claim based on comparison of warranty specifications on manufacturer websites.

    Standard
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  • Not Available
  • Not available
  • Standard Digital Key
  • Standard
  • Not available
  • Available (Gesture rqd.)
  • Mpt available
  • Not available
  • Not available
  • Not available
  • Not available

Claim based on comparison of specifications on manufacturer websites.

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  • Base MSRP

    Total MSRP includes freight charges but excludes tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.

  • Total Driving Range

    2023 KONA Electric 258-mile range based on a fully charged battery and 120 combined MPGe. MPGe is the EPA-equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation. All figures are EPA estimates and for comparison purposes only. Actual range and mileage will vary with options, driving conditions and habits, vehicle and battery\'s condition and other factors.

  • DC fast-charging capability

    Approximately 47 minutes on a 100-kW DC Fast Charger and approximately 64 minutes on 50-kW DC Fast Charger. Charging rate and time estimate varies based on a number of factors, including current battery charge level, output of the charging unit, vehicle and battery settings and outside temperature.

  • 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster
  • 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation

    Never program touchscreen navigation while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

  • Hyundai Digital Key

    Standard on SEL and Limited. Near Field Communication (NFC) digital smartphone key requires a compatible Android smartphone and an appropriately equipped 2023 KONA Electric vehicle. Not all Android devices are compatible. KONA Electric vehicle must be equipped with smart key with push button start, wireless device charging, and Audio Video Navigation System 5.0 (or newer) or Display Audio 2.0. Lock/unlock functionality works on front doors only. Features and specifications subject to change. See your owner\'s Manual for additional details and limitations.

  • Wireless Android Auto&trade

    Wireless Android Auto not available with 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation. Android Auto is compatible with Android phones running Android 6.0 or higher. Android Auto may not be available on all devices and is not available in all countries or regions. Additional apps may be required. Android and Android Auto are trademarks of Google LLC.

  • Wireless Apple CarPlay®

    Wireless Apple CarPlay not available with 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation. Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

  • 8-inch color touchscreen display audio
  • Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection (FCA-Ped)

    Standard on all trims. The Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection (FCA-Ped) is intended to be a supplement to safe driving practices. The system is not designed to detect certain stationary objects such as trees or poles, and may not detect all vehicles or pedestrians under certain conditions. The system is a driver assistance system and is not a substitute for safe driving. The driver is responsible for being attentive and maintaining control of the vehicle, and should not wait for the system\'s alerts before braking as there may not be sufficient time to brake safely. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)

    Standard on all trims. Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA) assists the driver by warning of other cars in the blind spot region. It senses the rear side territory of the vehicle when it is traveling over 20 mph. There are limitations to the function, range, detection and clarity of the system. It will not detect all vehicles or objects in the blind spot. Its operation depends on the size, distance, angle and relative speed difference between your car and other cars. BCA may not operate if sensors are obscured in any way. Do not rely exclusively on BCA. BCA is a supplemental system and the driver must still be attentive and exercise caution when driving. It is the driver\'s responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA)

    Standard on all trims. Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA) can alert the driver of a potential collision by providing an audible warning and/or applying braking. RCCA is active when the vehicle is in reverse and operating at low speeds. Never rely exclusively on RCCA. RCCA cannot prevent all collisions and may not provide alerts or braking in all conditions. Always look over your shoulder and use your mirrors to confirm rear clearance. There are limitations to the function, detection, range and clarity of the system. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)

    Standard on all trims. Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA) can alert the driver of a potential collision by providing an audible warning and/or applying braking. RCCA is active when the vehicle is in reverse and operating at low speeds. Never rely exclusively on RCCA. RCCA cannot prevent all collisions and may not provide alerts or braking in all conditions. Always look over your shoulder and use your mirrors to confirm rear clearance. There are limitations to the function, detection, range and clarity of the system. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Safe Exit Warning (SEW)

    Standard on all trims. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Warning (SEW) can alert the driver when a vehicle is approaching from behind. SEW does not work in all situations and is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Power tilt-and-slide sunroof
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  • 2023 Hyundai KONA Electric
  • Base MSRP

    Total MSRP includes freight charges but excludes tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.

    $33,550
  • Total Driving Range

    2023 KONA Electric 258-mile range based on a fully charged battery and 120 combined MPGe. MPGe is the EPA-equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation. All figures are EPA estimates and for comparison purposes only. Actual range and mileage will vary with options, driving conditions and habits, vehicle and battery\'s condition and other factors.

    258
  • DC fast-charging capability

    Approximately 47 minutes on a 100-kW DC Fast Charger and approximately 64 minutes on 50-kW DC Fast Charger. Charging rate and time estimate varies based on a number of factors, including current battery charge level, output of the charging unit, vehicle and battery settings and outside temperature.

    Standard
  • 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster Standard
  • 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation

    Never program touchscreen navigation while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

    Available
  • Hyundai Digital Key

    Standard on SEL and Limited. Near Field Communication (NFC) digital smartphone key requires a compatible Android smartphone and an appropriately equipped 2023 KONA Electric vehicle. Not all Android devices are compatible. KONA Electric vehicle must be equipped with smart key with push button start, wireless device charging, and Audio Video Navigation System 5.0 (or newer) or Display Audio 2.0. Lock/unlock functionality works on front doors only. Features and specifications subject to change. See your owner\'s Manual for additional details and limitations.

    Available
  • Wireless Android Auto&trade

    Wireless Android Auto not available with 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation. Android Auto is compatible with Android phones running Android 6.0 or higher. Android Auto may not be available on all devices and is not available in all countries or regions. Additional apps may be required. Android and Android Auto are trademarks of Google LLC.

    Standard
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay®

    Wireless Apple CarPlay not available with 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation. Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

    Standard
  • 8-inch color touchscreen display audio Standard
  • Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection (FCA-Ped)

    Standard on all trims. The Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection (FCA-Ped) is intended to be a supplement to safe driving practices. The system is not designed to detect certain stationary objects such as trees or poles, and may not detect all vehicles or pedestrians under certain conditions. The system is a driver assistance system and is not a substitute for safe driving. The driver is responsible for being attentive and maintaining control of the vehicle, and should not wait for the system\'s alerts before braking as there may not be sufficient time to brake safely. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)

    Standard on all trims. Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA) assists the driver by warning of other cars in the blind spot region. It senses the rear side territory of the vehicle when it is traveling over 20 mph. There are limitations to the function, range, detection and clarity of the system. It will not detect all vehicles or objects in the blind spot. Its operation depends on the size, distance, angle and relative speed difference between your car and other cars. BCA may not operate if sensors are obscured in any way. Do not rely exclusively on BCA. BCA is a supplemental system and the driver must still be attentive and exercise caution when driving. It is the driver\'s responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA)

    Standard on all trims. Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA) can alert the driver of a potential collision by providing an audible warning and/or applying braking. RCCA is active when the vehicle is in reverse and operating at low speeds. Never rely exclusively on RCCA. RCCA cannot prevent all collisions and may not provide alerts or braking in all conditions. Always look over your shoulder and use your mirrors to confirm rear clearance. There are limitations to the function, detection, range and clarity of the system. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)

    Standard on all trims. Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA) can alert the driver of a potential collision by providing an audible warning and/or applying braking. RCCA is active when the vehicle is in reverse and operating at low speeds. Never rely exclusively on RCCA. RCCA cannot prevent all collisions and may not provide alerts or braking in all conditions. Always look over your shoulder and use your mirrors to confirm rear clearance. There are limitations to the function, detection, range and clarity of the system. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Safe Exit Warning (SEW)

    Standard on all trims. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Warning (SEW) can alert the driver when a vehicle is approaching from behind. SEW does not work in all situations and is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Power tilt-and-slide sunroof Available
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  • $27,200
  • 247
  • Standard
  • Not available
  • Standard (Nav Optional)
  • Not available
  • Standard
  • Standard
  • Standard (10.2 inch)
  • Standard
  • Available (Not Assist)
  • Available (Not Assist)
  • Not Available
  • Not Available
  • Available Panoramic

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  • Base MSRP

    MSRP excludes freight charges, tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.

  • Total Driving Range

    2023 KONA Electric 258-mile range based on a fully charged battery and 120 combined MPGe. MPGe is the EPA-equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation. All figures are EPA estimates and for comparison purposes only. Actual range and mileage will vary with options, driving conditions and habits, vehicle and battery\'s condition and other factors.

  • DC fast-charging capability

    Approximately 47 minutes on a 100-kW DC Fast Charger and approximately 64 minutes on 50-kW DC Fast Charger. Charging rate and time estimate varies based on a number of factors, including current battery charge level, output of the charging unit, vehicle and battery settings and outside temperature.

  • 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster
  • 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation

    Never program touchscreen navigation while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

  • Hyundai Digital Key

    Standard on SEL and Limited. Near Field Communication (NFC) digital smartphone key requires a compatible Android smartphone and an appropriately equipped 2023 KONA Electric vehicle. Not all Android devices are compatible. KONA Electric vehicle must be equipped with smart key with push button start, wireless device charging, and Audio Video Navigation System 5.0 (or newer) or Display Audio 2.0. Lock/unlock functionality works on front doors only. Features and specifications subject to change. See your owner\'s Manual for additional details and limitations.

  • Wireless Android Auto&trade

    Wireless Android Auto not available with 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation. Android Auto is compatible with Android phones running Android 6.0 or higher. Android Auto may not be available on all devices and is not available in all countries or regions. Additional apps may be required. Android and Android Auto are trademarks of Google LLC.

  • Wireless Apple CarPlay®

    Wireless Apple CarPlay not available with 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation. Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

  • 8-inch color touchscreen display audio
  • Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection (FCA-Ped)

    Standard on all trims. The Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection (FCA-Ped) is intended to be a supplement to safe driving practices. The system is not designed to detect certain stationary objects such as trees or poles, and may not detect all vehicles or pedestrians under certain conditions. The system is a driver assistance system and is not a substitute for safe driving. The driver is responsible for being attentive and maintaining control of the vehicle, and should not wait for the system\'s alerts before braking as there may not be sufficient time to brake safely. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)

    Standard on all trims. Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA) assists the driver by warning of other cars in the blind spot region. It senses the rear side territory of the vehicle when it is traveling over 20 mph. There are limitations to the function, range, detection and clarity of the system. It will not detect all vehicles or objects in the blind spot. Its operation depends on the size, distance, angle and relative speed difference between your car and other cars. BCA may not operate if sensors are obscured in any way. Do not rely exclusively on BCA. BCA is a supplemental system and the driver must still be attentive and exercise caution when driving. It is the driver\'s responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA)

    Standard on all trims. Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA) can alert the driver of a potential collision by providing an audible warning and/or applying braking. RCCA is active when the vehicle is in reverse and operating at low speeds. Never rely exclusively on RCCA. RCCA cannot prevent all collisions and may not provide alerts or braking in all conditions. Always look over your shoulder and use your mirrors to confirm rear clearance. There are limitations to the function, detection, range and clarity of the system. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)

    Standard on all trims. Upon turning the engine off, Rear Occupant Alert (ROA) will provide a visual alert on the instrument cluster. ROA is not a substitute for driver attentiveness. Never leave a child or pet unattended in a vehicle. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Safe Exit Warning (SEW)

    Standard on all trims. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Warning (SEW) can alert the driver when a vehicle is approaching from behind. SEW does not work in all situations and is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Power tilt-and-slide sunroof
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  • 2023 Hyundai KONA Electric
  • Base MSRP

    MSRP excludes freight charges, tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.

    $33,550
  • Total Driving Range

    2023 KONA Electric 258-mile range based on a fully charged battery and 120 combined MPGe. MPGe is the EPA-equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation. All figures are EPA estimates and for comparison purposes only. Actual range and mileage will vary with options, driving conditions and habits, vehicle and battery\'s condition and other factors.

    258
  • DC fast-charging capability

    Approximately 47 minutes on a 100-kW DC Fast Charger and approximately 64 minutes on 50-kW DC Fast Charger. Charging rate and time estimate varies based on a number of factors, including current battery charge level, output of the charging unit, vehicle and battery settings and outside temperature.

    Standard 7.2kWh
  • 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster Standard
  • 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation

    Never program touchscreen navigation while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

    Available
  • Hyundai Digital Key

    Standard on SEL and Limited. Near Field Communication (NFC) digital smartphone key requires a compatible Android smartphone and an appropriately equipped 2023 KONA Electric vehicle. Not all Android devices are compatible. KONA Electric vehicle must be equipped with smart key with push button start, wireless device charging, and Audio Video Navigation System 5.0 (or newer) or Display Audio 2.0. Lock/unlock functionality works on front doors only. Features and specifications subject to change. See your owner\'s Manual for additional details and limitations.

    Available
  • Wireless Android Auto&trade

    Wireless Android Auto not available with 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation. Android Auto is compatible with Android phones running Android 6.0 or higher. Android Auto may not be available on all devices and is not available in all countries or regions. Additional apps may be required. Android and Android Auto are trademarks of Google LLC.

    Standard
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay®

    Wireless Apple CarPlay not available with 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation. Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

    Standard
  • 8-inch color touchscreen display audio Standard
  • Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection (FCA-Ped)

    Standard on all trims. The Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection (FCA-Ped) is intended to be a supplement to safe driving practices. The system is not designed to detect certain stationary objects such as trees or poles, and may not detect all vehicles or pedestrians under certain conditions. The system is a driver assistance system and is not a substitute for safe driving. The driver is responsible for being attentive and maintaining control of the vehicle, and should not wait for the system\'s alerts before braking as there may not be sufficient time to brake safely. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)

    Standard on all trims. Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA) assists the driver by warning of other cars in the blind spot region. It senses the rear side territory of the vehicle when it is traveling over 20 mph. There are limitations to the function, range, detection and clarity of the system. It will not detect all vehicles or objects in the blind spot. Its operation depends on the size, distance, angle and relative speed difference between your car and other cars. BCA may not operate if sensors are obscured in any way. Do not rely exclusively on BCA. BCA is a supplemental system and the driver must still be attentive and exercise caution when driving. It is the driver\'s responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA)

    Standard on all trims. Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA) can alert the driver of a potential collision by providing an audible warning and/or applying braking. RCCA is active when the vehicle is in reverse and operating at low speeds. Never rely exclusively on RCCA. RCCA cannot prevent all collisions and may not provide alerts or braking in all conditions. Always look over your shoulder and use your mirrors to confirm rear clearance. There are limitations to the function, detection, range and clarity of the system. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)

    Standard on all trims. Upon turning the engine off, Rear Occupant Alert (ROA) will provide a visual alert on the instrument cluster. ROA is not a substitute for driver attentiveness. Never leave a child or pet unattended in a vehicle. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Safe Exit Warning (SEW)

    Standard on all trims. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Warning (SEW) can alert the driver when a vehicle is approaching from behind. SEW does not work in all situations and is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
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  • Standard 149 / Up-to 226
  • Standard 6.6kWh
  • Not available
  • Not available
  • Not available
  • Not available
  • Not available
  • Standard
  • Standard
  • Available
  • Available
  • Standard
  • Not Available
  • Not available

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  • Base MSRP

    MSRP excludes freight charges, tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.

  • Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM)

    Standard on Limited trims. Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM) assists driver in changing lanes by providing a live view of the blind spots on either side of the vehicle and an audible alert if another vehicle is detected. Turn signal must be activated and other system limitations apply. Do not rely exclusively on BVM. It is the driver\'s responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)

    Standard on Limited trim. Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) can remotely help park the vehicle. However, several factors can impact RSPA performance. RSPA may not function correctly if one or more of the parking sensors is damaged, dirty or covered or if weather conditions (heavy rain, snow or fog) interfere with sensor operation. Always inspect the parking area with your own eyes. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Hyundai Digital Key 2

    Standard on SEL and Limited trims. Near Field Communication digital smartphone key requires a compatible smartphone and an appropriately equipped 2023 IONIQ 6 vehicle. Not all smartphones are compatible. IONIQ 6 vehicle must be equipped with smart key with push button start, wireless device charging, and Audio Video Navigation System 5.0 (or newer) or Display Audio 2.0. Lock/unlock functionality works on front doors only. Features and specifications subject to change. See your Owner\'s Manual for additional details and limitations.

  • 12.3-inch touchscreen display w. navigation

    Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

  • 12.3-inch fully digital instrument cluster

    Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

  • Hands-free smart trunk release

    The smart trunk will release when the smart key is within 40 inches of the detection area for at least 3 seconds. Radio transmitters and other vehicle smart keys may interfere in normal operation of the feature. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations. Make sure you close the trunk before driving.

  • Safe Exit Assist (SEA)

    Standard on all trims. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Assist (SEA) can alert the driver when a vehicle is approaching from behind. When Child Locks are active, SEA prevents initial disabling of the child safety locks if a vehicle approaching from behind is detected. SEA does not work in all situations and is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Auto retracting flush door handles
  • Vehicle on-board power outlet (V2L)

    Available on Limited Trim Available exterior Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) charging requires separate purchase of an exterior V2L accessory. V2L two-way charging will deplete battery and become inoperable once battery discharge limit reaches 20%. Not all electrical appliances will operate properly when using this feature. Only use appliances that require under 16 amps. Additional limitations apply. See owner\'s Manual for more details.

  • 10-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty

    America\'s Best Warranty claim based on total package of warranty programs. See dealer for LIMITED WARRANTY details. See your Hyundai dealer and HyundaiUSA.com/Assurance for details and limitations regarding Hyundai’s Powertrain Limited Warranty, New Vehicle Limited Warranty and Roadside Assistance program. Claim based on comparison of warranty specifications on manufacturer websites.

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  • 2023 Hyundai IONIQ 6
  • Base MSRP

    MSRP excludes freight charges, tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.

    $45,500
  • Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM)

    Standard on Limited trims. Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM) assists driver in changing lanes by providing a live view of the blind spots on either side of the vehicle and an audible alert if another vehicle is detected. Turn signal must be activated and other system limitations apply. Do not rely exclusively on BVM. It is the driver\'s responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Available
  • Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)

    Standard on Limited trim. Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) can remotely help park the vehicle. However, several factors can impact RSPA performance. RSPA may not function correctly if one or more of the parking sensors is damaged, dirty or covered or if weather conditions (heavy rain, snow or fog) interfere with sensor operation. Always inspect the parking area with your own eyes. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Available
  • Hyundai Digital Key 2

    Standard on SEL and Limited trims. Near Field Communication digital smartphone key requires a compatible smartphone and an appropriately equipped 2023 IONIQ 6 vehicle. Not all smartphones are compatible. IONIQ 6 vehicle must be equipped with smart key with push button start, wireless device charging, and Audio Video Navigation System 5.0 (or newer) or Display Audio 2.0. Lock/unlock functionality works on front doors only. Features and specifications subject to change. See your Owner\'s Manual for additional details and limitations.

    Available
  • 12.3-inch touchscreen display w. navigation

    Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

    Standard
  • 12.3-inch fully digital instrument cluster

    Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

    Standard
  • Hands-free smart trunk release

    The smart trunk will release when the smart key is within 40 inches of the detection area for at least 3 seconds. Radio transmitters and other vehicle smart keys may interfere in normal operation of the feature. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations. Make sure you close the trunk before driving.

    Available
  • Safe Exit Assist (SEA)

    Standard on all trims. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Assist (SEA) can alert the driver when a vehicle is approaching from behind. When Child Locks are active, SEA prevents initial disabling of the child safety locks if a vehicle approaching from behind is detected. SEA does not work in all situations and is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Auto retracting flush door handles Standard
  • Vehicle on-board power outlet (V2L)

    Available on Limited Trim Available exterior Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) charging requires separate purchase of an exterior V2L accessory. V2L two-way charging will deplete battery and become inoperable once battery discharge limit reaches 20%. Not all electrical appliances will operate properly when using this feature. Only use appliances that require under 16 amps. Additional limitations apply. See owner\'s Manual for more details.

    Available
  • 10-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty

    America\'s Best Warranty claim based on total package of warranty programs. See dealer for LIMITED WARRANTY details. See your Hyundai dealer and HyundaiUSA.com/Assurance for details and limitations regarding Hyundai’s Powertrain Limited Warranty, New Vehicle Limited Warranty and Roadside Assistance program. Claim based on comparison of warranty specifications on manufacturer websites.

    Standard
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  • Not available
  • Standard
  • Standard Digital Key
  • Standard 15.5-inch
  • Not available
  • Available (Gesture rqd.)
  • Not available
  • Standard
  • Not available
  • Not available

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  • Base MSRP

    MSRP excludes freight charges, tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.

  • Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM)

    Standard on Limited trims. Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM) assists driver in changing lanes by providing a live view of the blind spots on either side of the vehicle and an audible alert if another vehicle is detected. Turn signal must be activated and other system limitations apply. Do not rely exclusively on BVM. It is the driver\'s responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)

    Standard on all trims. Upon turning the engine off, Rear Occupant Alert will provide a visual alert on the instrument cluster. Rear Occupant Alert is not a substitute for driver attentiveness. Never leave a child unattended in a vehicle. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)

    Standard on Limited trim. Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) can remotely help park the vehicle. However, several factors can impact RSPA performance. RSPA may not function correctly if one or more of the parking sensors is damaged, dirty or covered or if weather conditions (heavy rain, snow or fog) interfere with sensor operation. Always inspect the parking area with your own eyes. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Hyundai Digital Key

    Standard on SEL and Limited trims. Near Field Communication digital smartphone key requires a compatible smartphone and an appropriately equipped 2023 IONIQ 6 vehicle. Not all smartphones are compatible. IONIQ 6 vehicle must be equipped with smart key with push button start, wireless device charging, and Audio Video Navigation System 5.0 (or newer) or Display Audio 2.0. Lock/unlock functionality works on front doors only. Features and specifications subject to change. See your owner\'s Manual for additional details and limitations.

  • 12.3-inch touchscreen display w. navigation

    Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

  • 12.3-inch fully digital instrument cluster

    Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

  • Hands-free smart trunk release

    The smart trunk will release when the smart key is within 40 inches of the detection area for at least 3 seconds. Radio transmitters and other vehicle smart keys may interfere in normal operation of the feature. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations. Make sure you close the trunk before driving.

  • Safe Exit Assist (SEA)

    Standard on all trims. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Assist (SEA) can alert the driver when a vehicle is approaching from behind. When Child Locks are active, SEA prevents initial disabling of the child safety locks if a vehicle approaching from behind is detected. SEA does not work in all situations and is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

  • Auto retracting flush door handles
  • Vehicle on-board power outlet (V2L)

    Available on Limited Trim Available exterior Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) charging requires separate purchase of an exterior V2L accessory. V2L two-way charging will deplete battery and become inoperable once battery discharge limit reaches 20%. Not all electrical appliances will operate properly when using this feature. Only use appliances that require under 16 amps. Additional limitations apply. See owner\'s Manual for more details.

  • 10-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty

    America\'s Best Warranty claim based on total package of warranty programs. See dealer for LIMITED WARRANTY details. See your Hyundai dealer and HyundaiUSA.com/Assurance for details and limitations regarding Hyundai’s Powertrain Limited Warranty, New Vehicle Limited Warranty and Roadside Assistance program. Claim based on comparison of warranty specifications on manufacturer websites.

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  • Base MSRP

    MSRP excludes freight charges, tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.

    $45,500
  • Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM)

    Standard on Limited trims. Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM) assists driver in changing lanes by providing a live view of the blind spots on either side of the vehicle and an audible alert if another vehicle is detected. Turn signal must be activated and other system limitations apply. Do not rely exclusively on BVM. It is the driver\'s responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Available
  • Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)

    Standard on all trims. Upon turning the engine off, Rear Occupant Alert will provide a visual alert on the instrument cluster. Rear Occupant Alert is not a substitute for driver attentiveness. Never leave a child unattended in a vehicle. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)

    Standard on Limited trim. Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) can remotely help park the vehicle. However, several factors can impact RSPA performance. RSPA may not function correctly if one or more of the parking sensors is damaged, dirty or covered or if weather conditions (heavy rain, snow or fog) interfere with sensor operation. Always inspect the parking area with your own eyes. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Available
  • Hyundai Digital Key

    Standard on SEL and Limited trims. Near Field Communication digital smartphone key requires a compatible smartphone and an appropriately equipped 2023 IONIQ 6 vehicle. Not all smartphones are compatible. IONIQ 6 vehicle must be equipped with smart key with push button start, wireless device charging, and Audio Video Navigation System 5.0 (or newer) or Display Audio 2.0. Lock/unlock functionality works on front doors only. Features and specifications subject to change. See your owner\'s Manual for additional details and limitations.

    Available
  • 12.3-inch touchscreen display w. navigation

    Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

    Standard
  • 12.3-inch fully digital instrument cluster

    Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations. On trim levels where navigation system is available but not a standard feature, it is available as part of a specific options package. Not available on all models. See dealer regarding availability.

    Standard
  • Hands-free smart trunk release

    The smart trunk will release when the smart key is within 40 inches of the detection area for at least 3 seconds. Radio transmitters and other vehicle smart keys may interfere in normal operation of the feature. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations. Make sure you close the trunk before driving.

    Available
  • Safe Exit Assist (SEA)

    Standard on all trims. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Assist (SEA) can alert the driver when a vehicle is approaching from behind. When Child Locks are active, SEA prevents initial disabling of the child safety locks if a vehicle approaching from behind is detected. SEA does not work in all situations and is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See owner\'s Manual for further details and limitations.

    Standard
  • Auto retracting flush door handles Standard
  • Vehicle on-board power outlet (V2L)

    Available on Limited Trim Available exterior Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) charging requires separate purchase of an exterior V2L accessory. V2L two-way charging will deplete battery and become inoperable once battery discharge limit reaches 20%. Not all electrical appliances will operate properly when using this feature. Only use appliances that require under 16 amps. Additional limitations apply. See owner\'s Manual for more details.

    Available
  • 10-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty

    America\'s Best Warranty claim based on total package of warranty programs. See dealer for LIMITED WARRANTY details. See your Hyundai dealer and HyundaiUSA.com/Assurance for details and limitations regarding Hyundai’s Powertrain Limited Warranty, New Vehicle Limited Warranty and Roadside Assistance program. Claim based on comparison of warranty specifications on manufacturer websites.

    Standard
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  • Not available
  • Not available
  • Not available
  • Standard
  • Not available
  • Available (Gesture rqd.)
  • Not available
  • Standard
  • Not available
  • Not available

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Common EV Questions

Charging Your EV

Before jumping into the driver's seat of an EV, let's review some of the charging basics.

  • Answer: Hyundai offers a range of EV models, including the Kona Electric and the Ioniq Electric, each with different battery sizes and charging capabilities. Hyundai provides estimated charging times for each of their electric vehicles, and you can consult the owner's manual or the manufacturer's website for more information on charging times and recommendations. Here's a general overview of the charging times for Hyundai electric vehicles:
    • Level 1 Charging: This is the slowest and least common charging method, and it involves using a standard 120-volt household outlet. Level 1 charging can take up to 20 hours or more to fully charge a Hyundai electric vehicle.
    • Level 2 Charging: This is the most common charging method for home charging stations and public charging stations. Level 2 charging typically uses a 240-volt charging station and can charge a Hyundai electric vehicle in around 6-8 hours, depending on the battery size.
    • DC Fast Charging: This is the fastest charging method and is only available at certain public charging stations. DC Fast Charging can charge a Hyundai electric vehicle from 0 to 80% in around 30-60 minutes, depending on the model and the size of the battery pack.
  • You can charge your electric vehicle at home using a home charger, which can be installed in your garage or driveway. This type of charger is typically slower than public charging stations but is more convenient for overnight charging.
  • Charging a Hyundai electric vehicle (EV) at home is convenient and easy, provided that you have access to a dedicated electrical circuit and the appropriate charging equipment.
  • Here are the general steps to follow to charge your Hyundai electric vehicle at home:
    1. Determine your EV's charging requirements: The charging time and equipment you'll need will depend on the size of your EV's battery, the level of charging speed you prefer, and the type of charging connector your EV uses. You can find this information in your vehicle's owner's manual or by consulting with a Hyundai dealer or an electrician.
    2. Install a dedicated electrical circuit: Depending on your EV's charging requirements, you may need to have a dedicated 240-volt electrical circuit installed by a licensed electrician. This circuit will provide the necessary power to charge your EV safely and efficiently.
    3. Purchase a charging station: You will need to purchase a Level 2 charging station that is compatible with your Hyundai EV. Hyundai recommends using a Hyundai-approved charging station to ensure safety and compatibility. You can purchase a charging station from a Hyundai dealer or from a third-party provider.
    4. Install the charging station: Once you have a dedicated electrical circuit and a charging station, you can install the charging station at your home. The charging station should be installed by a licensed electrician to ensure safety and compliance with local electrical codes.
    5. Charge your EV: To charge your Hyundai EV at home, simply plug in the charging cable to your EV and the charging station. The charging station will communicate with your EV to ensure that it is charging safely and efficiently.
  • It's important to follow all safety instructions and guidelines provided by Hyundai and the charging station manufacturer when charging your EV at home. Additionally, it's recommended to have your charging equipment and electrical installation inspected regularly by a licensed professional to ensure continued safety and reliability.
  • Level 2 chargers use a 240-volt AC power source, which is typically the same voltage as an electric clothes dryer or stove, and can charge an EV up to 3-5 times faster than a Level 1 charger.
  • Compared to a Level 1 charger, which uses a standard 120-volt household outlet, a Level 2 charger provides much faster charging experience.
  • One potential drawback of Level 2 charging is that it may require additional installation costs, particularly if a homeowner needs to upgrade their electrical service to accommodate the higher voltage requirements of the Level 2 charger.
  • Overall, a Level 2 charger can be a good investment for Hyundai owners, particularly for those who drive longer distances on a regular basis.
  • The range of a Hyundai EV is typically shorter than that of a gasoline-powered car (ICE) vehicle, but it's important to note that the driving range of an EV can vary depending on several factors, including the model of the vehicle, driving style, weather conditions, and terrain.
  • For example, the 2023 Hyundai Kona Electric has an estimated driving range of up to 258 miles on a single charge, which is comparable to other EVs on the market today. This is less than the range of many ICE vehicles, which can typically travel 300-400 miles on a full tank of gas.
  • However, it's worth noting that most people don't need to travel more than 258 miles in a single day, and the average daily commute in the U.S. is less than 30 miles round trip. For the majority of drivers, the range of an electric vehicle is more than sufficient for their daily needs with a recharge at night.
  • Additionally, charging infrastructure is rapidly expanding, and it's becoming increasingly easy to find public charging stations on longer trips.
  • Hyundai offers home charging equipment for its electric vehicles through a partnership with Electrum. The charging equipment is available for purchase through Hyundai Home Marketplace.
  • To ensure that the charging equipment is installed safely and meets all local electrical codes and regulations, Hyundai recommends having the charging equipment installed by a licensed electrician.
  • The availability of Hyundai home EV charging equipment may vary by region, so it's best to check with Hyundai Home Marketplace or your local Hyundai dealership for more information. For another option, there are many third-party home charging equipment providers available, and Hyundai EVs are compatible with a wide range of charging equipment.
  • Yes, you can charge your Hyundai electric vehicle at a public charging station, as long as the station is compatible with your vehicle's charging port. Most public charging stations support multiple charging standards, including CHAdeMO, CCS, and Type 2 (also known as Mennekes), which cover a wide range of electric vehicles, including Hyundai electric vehicles. Public charging stations can be found in parking garages, shopping centers and other public places. Some public charging stations require a membership or payment, while others are free to use.
  • It's important to note that the charging time can vary depending on the level of charging station and the battery size of your vehicle, so plan accordingly. Also, be aware that some charging stations may have limited availability or be in use by other electric vehicle owners, so you may need to be patient or plan your charging times in advance.
  • The cost of electricity for charging a Hyundai EV depends on the location and the cost of electricity in that area. On average, it costs around $0.13 to $0.15 per kilowatt-hour to charge an electric vehicle. This means that it costs around $5 to $10 to fully charge an electric vehicle, depending on the size of the battery and the cost of electricity in your area.
  • Yes, it is possible to charge your electric vehicle using solar power.
  • Once you have a solar panel array and inverter installed, you can use a Level 2 charging station that is compatible with your Hyundai electric vehicle to charge your vehicle using solar power. The charging station will need to be connected to the solar inverter, and you'll need to make sure that the charging station is capable of handling the maximum power output of your solar panel array.
  • Overall, charging your Hyundai electric vehicle using solar power is a sustainable and environmentally friendly option, but it requires some additional investment and planning. You may also need to use a combination of solar power and grid power to ensure that your vehicle is charged when you need it.
  • If your Hyundai electric vehicle runs out of charge while driving, it will stop running and come to a complete stop, just like a gasoline-powered car that runs out of fuel. When the battery charge level drops to a critical level, the vehicle's powertrain management system will limit the power output and range in order to conserve energy.
  • If your Hyundai EV does run out of charge while driving, you will need to pull over to a safe location and call for assistance. Hyundai offers roadside assistance for electric vehicles and can provide a tow to the nearest charging station or service center.

Benefits of an EV over gas power

A sporty ride with instant torque and zero emissions. Learn more about the benefits of EVs.

  • There are incentives available for buyers of Hyundai electric vehicles.
  • At the federal level, the U.S. government offers tax credits for some new EV purchases. As of April 2023, fewer EV models qualify for the benefit than before. Check the Tax Incentives & Benefits calculator to see what benefits you can receive.
  • Many states offer their own incentives for electric vehicle buyers, such as rebates, tax credits and free parking. The availability and amount of these incentives vary by state, so it's important to check with your local government or utility company to see what incentives are available in your area.
  • In addition to government incentives, some utility companies offer rebates or special electricity rates for electric vehicle owners. For example, some utilities offer lower rates for charging during off-peak hours or may offer free charging at public charging stations.
  • Hyundai is committed to reducing its carbon footprint and has set ambitious goals to become a leader in clean transportation. In addition to offering a lineup of electric and hybrid vehicles, Hyundai is investing in research and development of new technologies that can further reduce emissions and improve the efficiency of its vehicles.
  • The driving experience of an electric vehicle is generally considered to be smoother and quieter than that of a gasoline-powered car. Electric vehicles have instant torque and accelerate quickly, resulting in a more responsive and enjoyable driving experience. Additionally, electric vehicles produce zero emissions, which can result in a cleaner and more pleasant driving experience.
  • Overall, the cost of ownership for an electric vehicle is generally lower than that of a gasoline-powered car.
  • Here are some general points to consider:
    • Purchase price: Electric vehicles are generally more expensive to purchase upfront than ICE vehicles of similar size and features, but incentives and rebates may help to offset the cost.
    • Fuel cost: Electricity is generally cheaper than gasoline, so the cost of "fueling up" an electric vehicle is lower per mile driven.
    • Maintenance cost: Electric vehicles have fewer moving parts than ICE vehicles, and as a result, require less maintenance. They don't require oil changes and have fewer parts that wear out over time. However, the cost of replacing a battery pack can be higher than replacing an engine or transmission in an ICE vehicle.
    • Resale value: Electric vehicles have been shown to hold their value well compared to ICE vehicles, which can help offset the higher upfront cost.
    • Depreciation: As with any vehicle, depreciation is a factor to consider. Electric vehicles tend to depreciate faster than ICE vehicles, but this can vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle.
  • The acceleration and performance of an electric vehicle can be better than that of a gasoline-powered car. Electric vehicles have instant torque, which means that they can accelerate quickly, providing a more responsive and enjoyable driving experience. Most electric vehicles have a single-speed transmission, which provides smooth and seamless acceleration. As a result, many Hyundai electric vehicles, such as the Kona Electric, offer fast acceleration and a responsive driving experience.

EV ownership experience

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  • A fully electric Hyundai vehicle is powered solely by electricity and does not have a gasoline engine. The vehicle's battery is charged by plugging it into an electrical outlet or a charging station, and it uses this stored electricity to power an electric motor that drives the vehicle's wheels. The Hyundai Kona Electric and the Hyundai Ioniq Electric are examples of fully electric Hyundai vehicles.
  • A Hyundai hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) has both an electric motor and a gasoline engine. The electric motor assists the gasoline engine to power the vehicle's wheels, and the battery is charged through regenerative braking or when the gasoline engine is running. The electric motor is used to improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions, but it cannot power the vehicle alone. The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid and the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid are examples of hybrid electric vehicles.
  • There are also plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) that combine features of both fully electric and hybrid electric vehicles. PHEVs have a larger battery than hybrid electric vehicles and can be charged by plugging them into an electrical outlet or charging station, allowing them to run on electric power alone for a limited distance before the gasoline engine kicks in. The Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid and the Hyundai Sonata Plug-in Hybrid are examples of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.
  • The Hyundai EV type you opt for largely comes down to a matter of preference.
  • There are some special considerations for winter driving with a Hyundai electric vehicle, as with any electric vehicle. Here are some things to keep in mind:
    1. Range can be reduced in cold weather: Cold temperatures can reduce the efficiency of the battery and lead to a shorter driving range. To minimize the impact on your range, try to keep the vehicle in a garage or other warm space when it's not in use. Additionally, use the vehicle's preheating function while it's still plugged in to warm up the battery and cabin before you start driving.
    2. Tire pressure can drop in cold weather Cold temperatures can cause the air pressure in your tires to drop, which can affect handling and range. Be sure to check your tire pressure regularly, and add air as needed to maintain the recommended pressure.
    3. Regenerative braking may be less effective: Regenerative braking, which helps recharge the battery by using the energy generated during braking, may be less effective in cold weather. This is because the battery's ability to accept a charge can be reduced in cold temperatures. To compensate, you may need to use the vehicle's friction brakes more often than usual.
    4. Use winter tires: Just like with any vehicle, using winter tires can help improve traction and handling in snowy and icy conditions. Winter tires are especially important for electric vehicles since they tend to be heavier than gasoline-powered cars due to the weight of the battery.
    5. Use the vehicle's winter driving mode: Hyundai electric vehicles are equipped with a winter driving mode that can help improve traction and stability in slippery conditions. Be sure to activate this mode when driving in snowy or icy conditions.
  • If you plan to charge your Hyundai electric vehicle in a remote location, there are a few special considerations to keep in mind:
    1. Plan your route: When traveling to a remote location, it's important to plan your route and know where charging stations are located along the way.
    2. Bring a charging cable: Some remote locations may not have charging stations or may have incompatible charging equipment. To be prepared, bring a portable charging cable that is compatible with your Hyundai electric vehicle.
    3. Be prepared for slower charging speeds: n some remote locations, charging stations may have slower charging speeds due to limited electrical infrastructure or low usage.
    4. Consider alternative charging methods: If charging stations are not available or are unreliable in a remote location, you may need to consider alternative charging methods such as using a generator or a portable solar panel.
  • Charging an EV at an apartment or condo can be more challenging than in a single-family home, but with the right planning and communication, it's possible to charge your Hyundai EV successfully.
    1. Check with your property manager or landlord: Before purchasing an electric vehicle or installing a charging station, check with your property manager or landlord to see if they have any rules or restrictions regarding electric vehicle charging.
    2. Determine the available charging options: If you are able to install a charging station, you will need to determine which charging level is possible for you: Level 1 a standard 120-volt outlet, or Level 2 charging using a 240-volt outlet.
    3. Consider the cost of charging: Depending on your property's electricity rates, you may be charged more for charging your vehicle during peak hours. Consider charging during off-peak hours to save money on your electricity bill.
    4. Communicate with other residents: If your building has limited charging options, it may be necessary to communicate with other residents to establish a schedule or system for sharing available charging stations. This can help prevent confli