Hyundai's Electrified Lineup to Welcome a 200-Mile EV in 2018

Earlier this year we announced that Hyundai would be rolling-out a line of alternative-fuel vehicles on the Ioniq platform, including a plug-in, plug-in hybrid and all-electric variant. As your go-to source for Hyundai related news, we would like to inform you of some more electrified excitement that we caught wind of yesterday. According to Automotive News, "Hyundai Motor said it plans to launch an electric vehicle with a driving range of about 200 miles per charge in 2018, aiming to better compete with other electric car makers such as Tesla Motors Inc. That is nearly double the 119 miles per charge that will be offered by an electric version of Hyundai's Ioniq sedan, which is set to hit the market later this year."

Currently, Hyundai offers two environmentally friendly vehicles, including the Sonata Plug-in Hybrid and the Sonata Hybrid Sedan. The South Koren automaker, however, plans to launch a total of 28 green vehicles by 2020. This, of course means that we're about the see more than just the 200-mile EV and Ioniq family on the market. Simply put, we can't wait. Keep a close eye on our new inventory page to ensure that you don't miss them as they arrive.

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