It’s fair to say we are approaching the tipping point for electric cars, with dozens of new models announced or on the horizon for the next few years. Indeed, a number of automakers have announced that their entire lineup will be entirely EV by 2030.
Carmaker Tesla deserves a lot of credit for popularizing electric cars, proving that a plugin model can be fast, fun, and better than their gas equivalent.
Hyundai has a slew of new EVs on the horizon, using the moniker Ionic for their EV lineup. Their 2022 Ionic 5 is their most important release to date, a stretched hatchback/SUV design with a unique sharp angle profile, and a style that feels both vintage and futuristic at the same time.
With a range of over 300 miles, fast charging, and a flexible, open interior, we expect the EV to accelerate the adoption of electric cars when it hits the road later this year. Prices haven’t been announced, but we can estimate a $35,000 price before tax credits.
If you’re in the market for a new car, are you considering an EV?