Hyundai Takes on Tesla: Ioniq 6 Outperforms Model 3 in Range Ratings

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Hyundai is pushing the boundaries of electric vehicle (EV) technology with its sleek new Ioniq 6 sedan, which boasts a remarkable EPA-rated range of up to 361 miles, outdoing Tesla’s Model 3 by a hair. With streamlined aerodynamics and a focus on minimizing drag, Hyundai’s latest electric vehicle offers some of the most impressive driving range on the market, making it an attractive option for buyers seeking long-distance EV capabilities.

But the Ioniq 6 isn’t the only thing Hyundai has up its sleeve. The automaker has also launched a new subscription service called Evolve+ EV, which offers a one-price package including insurance, maintenance, roadside assistance, and registration. The subscription service is currently available in seven cities across six states, offering either the Kona Electric or the Ioniq 5 to customers, with prices starting at $699 per month for the Kona Electric and $899 per month for the Ioniq 5.

Hyundai hopes that the Evolve+ EV service will appeal to the “EV-Curious” market, making it easier and more affordable for potential buyers to test out electric vehicles. With the ability to cancel the subscription at any time, the service offers a low barrier to entry for those who may be hesitant to commit to a long-term purchase or lease.

The subscription service also comes with some fine print. Each monthly term allows for up to 1000 miles, with an additional charge of $20 per 100 miles if subscribers go over that limit, up to 1500 miles. After that, the cost jumps to a pricey $1 per mile. However, any unused miles can be rolled over if the subscriber resubscribes to the service.

Hyundai’s Ioniq 6 sedan and Evolve+ EV subscription service represent the automaker’s commitment to innovation and affordability in the electric vehicle market. With impressive driving range and a convenient subscription model, Hyundai is making it easier than ever for customers to make the switch to electric.

Rahul Somvanshi

Rahul is a filmmaker and photographer, with a passion for environmentally helpful technology, design, and science. Always mindful of climate change's impact, he writes to highlight the latest updates on potential solutions that can benefit the planet.

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