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Hyundai Prices the 124-Mile Ioniq EV at $29,500Hyundai announced today that it will sell its Ioniq electric car for $29,500, which after a federal tax incentive, drops the price to $22,000. That sticker price—for an all-electric vehicle officially rated to go 124 miles on a single charge—handily beats chief competitors on economics, driving range or both. The first US sales of the Hyundai will begin in the coming weeks.
How the Chevy Bolt Breaks New Ground for Electric CarsGeneral Motors has sold about 2,000 of its small 238-mile all-electric car. While it’s still early for consistent reports from owners about issues such as real-world range, the first drivers (and media outlets that have given the Bolt a spin) reveal how an affordable long-range EV changes everything about the technology.
In New Safety Tests, Plug-in Hybrids Beat Electric CarsThe 2017 Chevrolet Volt and Toyota Prius Prime, both plug-in hybrids, were awarded “Top Safety Pick+” awards from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). However, the IIHS today announced that two leading pure electric cars—the Tesla Model S and BMW i3—fell short of the highest safety awards.